Winter Seasonal Cooking Class with Amanda Love - Saturday, Jan 16th, 2016 - Dallas/Ft. Worth Location
Winter Seasonal Cooking Class with Amanda Love:
Come learn all about winter seasonal cooking with Amanda Love. In this fun and informative class, Amanda Love will impart the joy and love of cooking and the satisfaction that comes with eating nutrient dense, delicious foods. You will leave feeling inspired and nourished.
It is important to eat the foods nature gives up in the time they are given to have the strongest immune system and to be in harmony with the environment around us. Learn how to implement nutrient dense, delicious cooking for the cold season into your every day meals to nourish yourself and your family.
In this class, you will learn:
- Nourishing Bone Broth and Meat Stock
- Meat Based and Vegetable Soups and Stews
- Slow Cooked, Pasture Raised Meats
- Root Vegetables - the medicinal effects of these powerful veggies
- Panna Cotta and Cream Brûlée - learn how to make these 2 nutrient dense desserts
- Eating seasonally to support your immune system during the cold season
- Learn tips and time saving techniques in the kitchen
- Go home nourished with delicious food, a packet of recipes, and new inspiration to make nourishing, delicious food.
- 50% discount on Winter Seasonal Menu Plans for class participants
Amanda is also available for private consultation on Monday, Jan 18th. Please let her know if you are interested and she will book a slot for you.
When: Saturday, Jan 16th, 2016
Location: Bartonville, TX (in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area) at the home of Connie Bertram
I will email you location when you sign up for class
Class will fill up fast. Seating limited so sign up soon to reserve your spot! If this class fills up, we will add another class for Jan 17th.
Amanda Love is a Nutrition, Wellness and Real Food Cooking Consultant. She is a Certified Healing Food Specialist, Real Foods Chef, Nutrition Therapy Practitioner, past Weston A. Price Conference Chef, and recipient of the Weston A. Price Food Activist Award. She is also a board member of the food activist organization, The Cornucopia Institute. For years she has been teaching families, farmers & freedom-seeking food-lovers how to reclaim the power of simple, nourishing cooking – and lead happier, more harmonious lives. She works with clients one-on-one at her office at Heal Austin helping them to deepen their connection to their bodies through a more intuitive approach to eating and lifestyle.