Wed, Nov 11 | Online Event

Cooking Matters: Cooking For One

Just because you're single doesn't mean you can't indulge your inner chef! There are countless delicious and healthy recipes that don't necessarily result in endless leftovers or food waste. Learn a no-fuss, easy-to-follow recipe framework that will help you plan, shop for, and savor your meals.
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Time & Location

Nov 11, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:20 PM
Online Event

About the Event

Make cooking for yourself easy and delicious. The culinary team at 18 Reasons shows you how with a simple and effective recipe framework that will help you plan and shop for your daily meals.  You'll learn how to re-use staple ingredients in multiple ways and avoid recipe fatigue.  You'll also review tips on everything from grocery shopping to food storage and freezing.

You'll also be learning by doing. This workshop will also include a hands-on cooking demonstration that you'll be able to mirror at home. You'll cook a healthy, small-portioned meal that you'll be able to enjoy as soon as the workshop is over!   

This class is scheduled for 80 minutes. For those who want to cook along, download the recipes and ingredients list for The Black Bean and Veggie Quesadillas, Massaged Kale Ceasar Salad, and the Healthy Soda Rasberry-Lime Fizz.  For those who want to take a look at the meal planning tool, download the Meal Planning Basics document.

About the Speakers

Tom Dawson is an accomplished chef and Program Coordinator at 18 Reasons, a community-focused culinary school based in San Francisco that offers a wide range of cooking classes & local events. 

Rebecca Murillo is the Community Programs Director at 18 Reasons. Rebecca currently spearheads a couple of exciting programs:  One is called "Cooking Matters”  which offers free cooking and nutritional classes to low-income adults and families in the Bay Area. The other is called “The Good Life” and it’s all about helping inspire older adults to get back in the kitchen. 

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