Celebrate American Heart Month with tasty recipes low in sodium and cholesterol. Did you know that a good diet of necessary nutrients can not only reduce the likelihood of heart disease, but energize you? By joining Edible Orlando’s Kendra Lott and Katie Farmand for this cooking demonstration, you’ll learn simple cooking techniques and tips for heart-healthy cooking. Lott and Farmand will show you how to make two simple and savory recipes using fresh ingredients; featured dishes include Tomato Salad with Walnut Pesto and One-Pot Braised Chicken with Cabbage. Purchase ingredients in advance and cook along at home or simply tune in and ask questions from these two seasoned cooks. Cooking with heart health in mind is as easy as it is delicious!
Special Instructions: A shopping list and recipes demonstrated in this program will be provided in advance to registrants who would like to follow along and cook in real time.
This program is presented by Kendra Lott and Katie Farmand and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
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About Your Program Presenters
About Kendra Lott
Kendra Lott, publisher of Edible Orlando, is the author of “Unique Eats and Eateries of Orlando.” Lott has a Master’s degree in Food Studies from New York University and a Master Nutrition Certification from UF/IFAS Seminole County Extension.
About Katie Farmand
Katie Farmand, editor of Edible Orlando, is a food stylist and recipe developer. She is an Orlando native who grew up eating backyard citrus and tomatoes in the springtime. Farmand holds a Master’s degree from the University of Florida. She began her career at various national magazines, including Family Circle and Cottage Living, before returning back home to Florida.