A variety of community cooking and food literacy classes are available through The Kitchen at Second Harvest. These sessions emphasize preparation of scratch cooked, whole food, seasonal and affordable foods aimed at lasting dietary changes.
The Kitchen is a place where people come together to get excited about cooking, develop skills to be more confident in the kitchen and become more knowledgeable about the foods we eat. Our goal is to help our cooks build healthy habits and make better food choices that improve their nutrition while reducing the incidence of diet-related chronic illness.
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Community cooking classes held in The Kitchen at Second Harvest are designed to serve people facing hunger. We offer no-cost classes that teach scratch-cooking and quick healthy snack preparation. Participants may receive produce and other free groceries that are tied to the recipes and curriculum. Please view our Kitchen Facility page for more information about the kitchen space and our Calendar Of Events Page to sign up.
The Kitchen at Second Harvest offers classes that teach fundamental cooking skills, diverse cuisines and eating whole foods that are seasonally and locally sourced when possible. Class prices start at $25, all proceeds from these courses support free cooking classes for families in need. Check our calendar for upcoming opportunities.
Cooking for a Cause
Healthy Food. Every Person. Every Day. This is Second Harvest’s vision, and to make this a reality, we invite you to partner in a creative, local way to bring community members together to impact hunger. There are kids, families, and seniors in our community struggling with hunger every day and we believe that’s a problem worth solving. You can help by hosting a party in The Kitchen! We’ve got several ways to customize these parties to fit your guest list. For more info click HERE