Group Cooking Classes

Group Cooking Classes in Fairfield County

There is power in numbers! Learning about the relationship to food and healing, knowing how to make simple, real food taste great and understanding what real healthy food can be is the first steps on a healthful journey. And I am with you every step of the way.

Not only will you learn about the nutrients in a head of kale, but we might also talk about the best salt to cook with or how to avoid crying over onion chopping. The group cooking classes are always a mix of fun and informative.

2019/2020 Group Cooking Classes

2019
September – Intro to Real Healthy 101
October – Natural Hormone Balance with Food
November – Comfort Foods That Are Actually Good For You
December – Healthy Holiday Apps Class

2020
January –  Post Holiday Reset
February – Edible Immunity
March – Essential Cooking For 1 (or 2)
April – Lighten Up Your Eating
May – Spring Clean Eating – How To Detox Naturally with Food
June – Cooking For Busy Women
July –Simply Healthy Summer Menu
August – Healthy Outdoor Entertaining

Monthly Menu

OCTOBER 2019

Balance Our Hormones with Food

What we nourish ourselves with is as important than anything when it comes to our hormones. But what should we be eating anyway? Let’s talk weight, moods, insomnia, energy, and the best foods to eat to help keep the balance with our fluctuating hormones. If you are in the throws of perimenopause or menopause this class is for you!

Menu Coming Soon!

Class dates:  Wednesday, October 23rd 6:30 pm or Tuesday, October 29th 10:30 am

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Have your own group? Get in touch with Heather to schedule your very own class.

“I enjoyed the informality of the class because I felt I could ask any questions no matter how simple. And I came away feeling as though I had just eaten in a gourmet restaurant! And was delighted to take home your food!”

- Anne D.
"I loved all of the recipes! Absolutely delicious! I felt very comfortable asking questions and the flow of the class was perfect. I learned how to cook with healthy ingredients and I am looking forward to doing another, thank you!!"

- Mary I.

Cooking Class Details

  • Classes are demonstration and you will learn five, seasonal whole foods-based recipes along with plenty of discussion around relative health and cooking topics.
  • At the end of the 2-hour lesson (which include tasting/eating, lively discussion and having a fun time!) you will take home a packet of the recipes, and any other important handouts.
  • Come hungry! You will be eating the food we prepare. If there is enough leftover, you are welcome to bring some home.
  • The monthly menu is the menu that will be used for private cooking lessons and cooking parties as well as more public cooking lessons. I am happy to accommodate other menus. Please email me for more information.
  • To book your very own private group class, I request a minimum of 6 people, maximum of 10
  • Want to get in the kitchen and get hands-on? We can do that. Get in touch to find out how.
  • Classes are $140/per person, and nonrefundable. You may take a credit if it is within 72 hours of the class starting but please think of this as buying a ticket for a show. You are welcome to send a friend in your place.
  • For hands-on classes please wear closed-toed shoes, pants and long hair tied back. You will be standing, prepping and cooking for much of the class.