Cooking Classes

cooking class

Part cooking class, part dinner party and part nutrition workshop – my classes are fun and delicious!

My focus is on nutrient-dense, whole food that is gluten-free and light or free of dairy. All classes have an emphasis on seasonal, organic and local ingredients. My recipes are quick and easy.

Guests are welcomed in with a cup of tea and invited to sit around the dining table or to stroll through the gardens.

The class begins with an introduction of the recipes and a brief discussion about nutrition and the ingredients. A demonstration of the meal preparation follows, where you’ll learn fantastic cooking techniques and time-saving tricks.

And then, we sit down together to enjoy a three-course meal and good company.

I also offer private, customized cooking classes for individuals who prefer a higher-level of support. Let me know if you’d like to learn more about how that works.

 

Autumn Harvest Cooking Classes

Thursday, November 9th, 2017 ~ 6:30 – 8:45pm-ish

OR

Friday, November 10th, 2017 ~ 12:30 – 2:45pm-ish

 Menu – TBD

Stay posted for menu

**This menu is gluten, dairy and refined sugar free.
Organic ingredients from local farms & my garden will be used.
Vegetarian option available upon request.  

Location:  Sayville, NY

Investment in your Health:  $120 by 11/3/17  (includes class & 3-course sit down meal) $135 after 11/3/17

Call 631.513.1162 or email me with questions or to pay by check.

Cancellation Policy: full refund with 4 days notice.
No refund with less than 4 days notice – you can gift your seat.

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