Whether it's a full-on hands-on cooking class or a demonstration of a new food sensation, Christina Pirello will tantalize the taste-buds with her voracious vegan cooking! Don't miss out on a single opportunity to expand your food preparation repertoire as well as your palette of healthy, life benefiting meal items to complete menus
What’s On Your Plate?This unique cooking class series will rock your world! Yes, we'll prepare delicious feasts from soup to dessert. Yes, we'll talk about the latest information in the food world. And yes, we'll eat, laugh, talk and cook to our little hearts are content and our tummies sated.
The difference is that we're going to focus, focus, and focus on food: how and why we use it to create health. Deconstructing recipes and breaking them down into the ingredients will help us understand that, when it comes to our health, nothing is arbitrary. Each pinch; each dash has a purpose and it will be revealed in these classes.
This series will shine a light on how brilliant Mother Nature really is and how we can create robust, vital wellness just by cooking delicious meals in our kitchens.
I am so excited and I hope to see your cute faces at class.
Also make a note that all of the classes this fall are being held on Sundays from 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM, freeing up your Saturdays.
There is one Saturday class remaining this season before we take our summer break.
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For additional information, visit our demonstration classes page.
Upcoming Demonstration Classes Include:
June 15, 2013 – 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM - $30.00
Yes…you…can! You read right. We can prevent disease. We can also reverse disease. The way we treat most disease in our modern Big Pharma-driven world is fatally flawed because we neglect the foundation upon which we build our health…food. Join me as we explore the healing powers of food…and have some fun doing it, even a healthy picnic menu to start your summer right!
This Class is Currently FULL. Please call our office you would like to know more: 1-800-939-3909
The Love and Marriage of Whole Foods…Whole Grains and Beans
Sunday, September 15 – 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM - $30.00
We think of whole grains and beans as a complete protein when eaten together. They are simply sources of carbohydrates and protein, right? While that’s true, there’s so much more to these humble ingredients that create the foundation of our wellness. Hint: Want to digest more efficiently?
It’s Easy Being Green…Leaves of Life for Flexibility and Ease
Sunday, October 13 – 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM - $30.00
Ah, greens, their elegant leaves swaying in the wind, graceful and flexible. These powerhouses of nutrition may look delicate but they give us all we need to face the challenges of life. And versatile? Just wait till you see the things we can do with these beauties. Hint: No smoothies involved.
The Root of It All…Finding Your Strength and Focus
Sunday, November 10 – 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM - $30.00
Does it take a village to get you through life? Are you a mess? Lost your focus, your edge? Time to get your feet back on the ground and your sensibilities rooted in reality. And sweet, satisfying, hearty roots are the key, giving us strength, stamina and vitality on our quest for wellness. And delicious? Hint: Sweetly yummy.
Mirror, Mirror On the Wall, Who’s the Sweetest of Them All?
Sunday, December 15 – 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM - $30.00
When you think veggies, it’s challenging to think of them as sweet. Cookies are sweet. Candy is sweet. Cupcakes are sweet. But cabbage? Onions? Squash? (Okay, maybe squash…). Sweet veggies are our secret weapon to surviving the holiday season with our health and waistlines intact. Hint: Think pumpkin pie.
The Best Deal in Town!!
Can't decide? Then check out these options!
$30.00 per class
$55.00 for any two classes
$80.00 for any three classes
$110.00 for any four classes
$130.00 for all five classes
Remember, beginning in September all classes are held on SUNDAY (nope, it’s not an error; it’s a new thing…) from 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM at The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College, 4100 Walnut Street