Cooking Class Schedule (Sept. – Dec. 2014)

It’s crazy to think that summer is two-thirds over and most of the kids have headed back to school. With the kids out of the house, that means more time to get into the kitchen and try out some recipes from past cooking classes and anything else you find on-line that sounds delicious. Here’s the schedule of classes for the remainder of the year – mark you calendars now!


September 18th – Recipe Rehab! This idea came from a friend and I thought it was brilliant! When you rsvp for this class, submit a recipe that you would like to see me send to “rehab” to make it more delicious and nutritious. I will choose 3-4 recipes to demo at class from the requests. The sooner you send in your rsvp and recipe, the more likely it will be rehabbed.

October 16th – Birthday Celebration! It’s my birthday and I’m cooking up my favorite recipes! Something light, something fresh, something decadent, and something naughty! And completely delicious!

November 20th – Thanksgiving sides and desserts – not the same old recipes!


December 18th – Throw a festive holiday party with Tapas and ‘Tinis (martinis) – Casual yet elegant

medeterranian plate



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As a Registered Dietitian for the past 22 years, I am proud to be a Nutrition, Fitness, and Wellness Coach. With me, you will never diet again! In our coaching sessions, we work on setting realistic health and wellness goals and making the behavior changes that will get you to those goals. No starvation, no deprivation. Just real food and clean eating. My motto is "Eat Right...Get Active...Feel Great"

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