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Healthy & Delicious (Intergenerational) Cooking

– with Amy McMahan


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Wednesdays February 1–22, 3-4pmGCC Main Campus

A companion workshop to Healthy & Delicious Cooking for teens—older adults will learn to cook with local youth! Get an introduction to healthy cuisine, some of which will be Southeast Asian and Mediterranean. We will cover low-fat cooking techniques, vegetable-based ingredients and healthy splurges. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to attend with their youths! Note this is the registration page for adults taking the workshop—register teens here.

About the Presenter

Amy McMahan has been in the restaurant business for 30 years in all capacities. She has owned Mesa Verde for 20 years, was the first kitchen manager at The People’s Pint, and a worked as a cook at the Franklin Community Co-op. She has been on a lifelong journey to be at an ideal weight, eat well, exercise and feel good overall. She was born in Southeast Asia and grew up eating Vietnamese, Chinese and Thai foods, and has taken multiple cooking classes in Italy and Mexico. She is also an ordained Minister of Spiritual Consciousness through Inner Visions Institute of Spiritual Development and has completed both a two-year Personal Development Program and a three-year Ministerial Development & Ordination Program.

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