Let’s Cook! Huntington’s Kitchen ushers in the new year with renewed energy and focus.
Let Huntington’s Kitchen help you keep your New Year’s resolution to eat healthier in 2019. Huntington’s Kitchen is a community nutrition center, where people come to learn, cook and experience everything that well-prepared food and healthy living have to offer. The facility boasts a fully equipped kitchen that accommodates up to 20 cooking students and provides a great environment for hosting cooking classes, on-site cooking demonstrations and food-related events and activities.
Our mission at Huntington’s Kitchen is simple. We’re here to help prevent and reduce diet-related disease through education about healthy food and healthy cooking. Each month, Huntington’s Kitchen offers a variety of classes for all ages.
Some of the regular sessions that take place each month include:
Kid’s Cook and Be Fit Kids
Learning healthy cooking skills at a young age can jumpstart a lifetime of healthy eating. This class is for children age 10 and up and limited to 12 participants. Parents/guardians are welcome to join their little chef and learn a few skills too.
Dining with a Doc
Expert physicians know that a healthy diet is a key factor in health and wellness. The first Tuesday of each month, physicians show you how to prepare one of their favorite meals while sharing important health information.
Senior Focus Friday
The third Friday of every month is focused on fun, food and fitness for individuals over the age of 50. Participants will also enjoy a healthy snack that you can learn to fix at home.
To view a full calendar of classes, demonstrations and food events in our beautiful kitchen classroom, visit us at www.huntingtons-kitchen.org or call 304.522.0887.
What’s Cookin’ at the Kitchen!
Friday, Jan. 18 • 6 p.m.
Senior Focus Friday
Learn when you should be screened for glaucoma and what foods contribute to eye health. The class is free and open to the public; however, registration is required by calling 304.526.2695.
Monday, Jan. 21 • 6 p.m.
Back to Basics: Whole Roasted Chicken
Everyone loves whole rotisserie chicken from the store. Now you can learn how to make your own at home. The fee is $20 per person and is limited to 16 participants.
Tuesday, Jan. 22 • 6 p.m.
Electric Pressure Cooker 101
Do you have a pressure cooker but don’t know what to make? This class offers tips on how to operate and prepare simple recipes for the entire family. The fee is $20 per person and is limited to 20 participants.
Monday, Jan. 28 • 5 p.m.
Kids Cook and Be Fit
Do your kids enjoy helping you cook? If so they can learn how to make dinner for you during this class just for kids. This month’s class will make hummus roasted chicken and vegetables. The fee is $20 per person and is for children age 10 and up and limited to 12 participants. Parents/guardians are welcome to stay.
Wednesday, Jan. 30 • 6 p.m.
Back to the Basics: Crab Cakes
Either as a main dish or an appetizer, crab cakes are a favorite of all ages. You can learn an easy, healthy way to add this to your meals.The fee is $25 per person and is limited to 16 participants.
Wednesday, Feb. 6 • 6 p.m.
Creating meals for your family can be easy if you plan ahead. You can learn how to make five delicious and healthy meals for a family of four that can be frozen and ready for weeknight schedules. The fee is $70 per person and is limited to 16 participants.
Wednesday, Feb. 13 • 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 14 • 6 p.m. or
Friday, Feb. 15 • 6 p.m. (choose day)
Valentine’s Date Night
Looking for something fun and different for Valentine’s Day? You and your date can make Beef Wellington, Hasselback potatoes and crispy Brussel sprouts to enjoy. The fee is $65 per couple and is limited to 8 couples.
To register for classes, please call 304-522-0887.