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Summer 2007 Eating For Health Cooking Classes
« on: May 10, 2007, 02:43:26 PM »
Come into our Kitchens

Join us this summer for some cookin' fun in our Bauman College Natural Chef kitchens.  Gain valuable nutrition information and taste delicious gourmet dishes, while learning to cook the Eating for Health Way!

From the Santa Cruz Kitchen

Cooking From the Farmers Market
with Chef Kathy Cummins, NE
Saturdays, June 2, 9, 23 and July 14, 21, 28 from 11:00AM - 2:30PM


Enjoy the magic of creating simply amazing gourmet cuisine, using the freshest, local, seasonal and organic produce straight from our Farmer's Markets. Get inspired and acquire new ideas and useful nutrition information. Join us for this dynamic cooking series and learn to create delicious, healthy dishes for your family and friends.

All classes include demos, tastings, recipes, and nutritional information
$45.00 per class.  Call 800-987-7530 for registration.  Classes held at:
Bauman College
3912 Portola Dr., Ste.10
Santa Cruz, California 

June 2 -    Energize Me
                 Healthy Foods for an Active Lifestyle
June 9 -    Tastes of the Mediterranean
                 Traditional Flavors of a Healthful Cuisine
June 23 -  Alive and Delicious
                 Explore the Wonderful World of Raw Foods
July 14 -    Entertaining Summer
                 Celebrate Summertime with its Bounty of Fresh Foods
July 21 -    Fresh Ideas for Cuisine to Go
                 Nourishing Recipes for Work and School Lunches
July 28 -   So....You Have to Change Your Diet,
                 with Bauman College Director Ed Bauman, PhD
                 Cuisine for Optimum Health and Rejuvenation

Kathy Cummins is a Natural Chef and a Certified Nutrition Educator.  She is a  Bauman College Natural Chef instructor in Santa Cruz.  Kathy was the founder of Happy Trails Catering, specializing in wholesome food for concert musicians.  She is an activist in her community for organic and backyard farming.

Click below to download Santa Cruz flyer
http://www.baumancollege.org/web/pdfs/Flyer_SC_Cooking_7-07.pdf


From the Penngrove Kitchen


Series I

Ageless Cooking
with Chef Stephen Sinatra, NE
Saturdays, July 7, 14, 21 from 3:00PM - 5:30PM


Learn the secrets of creating fabulous gourmet cuisine for staying young, vibrant and energetic.  Join us for this dynamic cooking series and learn to create delicious, healthy dishes, such as Fountain of Youth Soup, that support vitality and longevity.  Discover why making the right food choices can add years to your life. Topics to be discussed include alternate sugars, specific low-oxidative cooking techniques, avoiding toxic ingredients, targeted nutritional information, and wheat-free cooking.

All classes include demos, tastings, recipes, and nutritional information
$45 per class.  Call 800-987-7530 for registration.  Classes held at:
Bauman College
10151 Main Street, Ste. 128
Penngrove, California 

July 7 -    Indulge in Exotic Superfoods
               Slow the aging process with foods of ancient cultures

July 14 -  Beauty From the Inside Out
                Foods for healthy skin, nails, and hair

July 21-   Cooking for Your Heart and Mind
                Foods that boost your mood, energy and productivity

Stephen Sinatra is a Natural Chef and a Certified Nutrition Educator.  His work in the field of nutrition focuses on Anti-aging.  Stephen is currently working on his new cookbook, “Ageless Cooking”, which will be available later this year.  To learn more about Stephen Sinatra visit www.agelesscooking.com

Click below to download Penngrove flyer
http://www.baumancollege.org/web/pdfs/PenngroveFlyer5-07.pdf
 
Series II
               
What the Bleep Should I Eat?
with Chef Marcella Friel, B.A.
Saturdays, August 4, 11, 18 from 2:00PM - 5:00PM


This class series will provide you with new ways to think about food and  help you evaluate dietary information with greater clarity.  In each class, you will learn basic knife skills and prepare delicious, dishes featuring fresh produce from the Farmers Market.  Featured recipes include Chipotle BBQ Tofu, Chicken with Cilantro-Macadamia Pesto, and Peach Cobbler with Ginger-Vanilla Crème Fraiche.  This is an excellent series for both beginning and intermediate cooks.

All classes are hands-on. Also included are tastings, recipes, and nutritional resources.   $60 per class. Call 800-987-7530 for registration. 
Classes held at:
Bauman College
10151 Main Street, Ste. 128
Penngrove, California 


August 4 –    What Should I Eat?
                     Learn fad-proof guidelines for healthy eating

August 11 –  Whole Foods, Processed Foods: What's the Difference?
                     Learn the value of eating a whole foods diet

August 18 -   Natural, Organic, Sustainable: What Do They Mean?
                      Learn how to decipher food product packaging

Marcella Friel, a Certified Whole Foods Chef, is a member of the Bauman College Faculty and has been teaching natural foods cooking since 1998. Marcella developed “The Vegetable of the Month Club”, a curriculum to teach seasonal cooking to low-income adults.  She is currently the kitchen manager at Spirit Rock Meditation Center.

Click below to download Penngrove flyer
http://www.baumancollege.org/web/pdfs/PenngroveFlyer5-07.pdf

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