Meet our new Adult Ed instructors!

Meet our new Adult Ed instructors!

Jeanine Calabria is currently writing a memoir cookbook that she hopes to have published soon. She has worked on college campuses leading international student and scholar programming and more recently has conducted nutritional coaching and cooking classes. As the Executive Director of Open Table, she oversees the operations, development and administrative functions of the organization. In the past, she has been involved with the Concord Carlisle Parent Initiative, the CCHS Grants Committee, The Free Wheel Chair Mission, Indiana Governor’s Planning Council for People with Disabilities – Partner in Policy Making and numerous church-related initiatives.

Check out her soup making classes on Jan 23 & 30!

Restorative Cooking for the New Year

Ready to set the stage for your New Year’s resolution of getting healthy? Join us in the kitchen to whip up two nourishing broths and soups sure to make you feel good inside and out! First up: bone broth and veggie broth. Both have incredible healing properties and have been around for centuries. Next up: eat your greens! This soup is a vegetarian soup that floods your body with magnesium and iron in a delicious garlicky/ginger broth complete with turmeric to bring in some anti-inflammatory properties. You will take home what you make – it’s possible to leave the evening with all vegetarian offerings.

Click here to register for Jan 23 from 6:30-8:30 pm


Healthy One-Pot Options

Hearty soups and stews make meals easy to pull out and enjoy after a long day at work. Learn how to make two different soups, each of which can be prepared ahead and warmed up for lunch or dinner. We’ll start with a unique “green soup” and then try a healthy lentil soup with a twist: what starts as butternut squash stew can later be blended to morph into a rich and creamy butternut bisque soup.

Click here to register for Jan 30 from 6:30-8:30 pm

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