Community Cooking Classes during the months of April, May, and June have generously been sponsored by Coordinated Care who is helping build healthier communities one meal at a time.
Class Theme: Cooking for One or Two
Looking for inspiration for easy meals for one (or two)? Look no further! In this class, we'll go over simple and delicious recipes, with tips on how best to use ingredients you love to create nutritious, small-batch meals.
• Bring containers to take home recipes prepared in class.
New to The Kitchen?
Closed-toed shoes are mandatory for all classes and events. Please arrive 15 minutes early to Second Harvest in order to get signed in.
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What class participants have to say about The Kitchen:
In The Kitchen, Sada has a seat at the table and a full meal that she made herself in front of her. She loves many things about the Community Classes, but her favorite part is the shared meal at the end of class—when everyone sits down to enjoy what they’ve made. “It’s the community. Getting together with everybody. Meeting new people ... Sitting down with everybody, talking with people I’ve never met until now—it’s wonderful.” To read more about Sada's experience follow this link.
Jamie said that the classes have made healthy food more accessible for her. She’s learning how to cook fresh ingredients rather than turning to processed foods. “I didn’t realize food was so simple. It’s stuff you could go buy in stores and isn’t so hard to find.” To read more about Jaime's story follow this link.