Workweek Lunches

by CHWB Team
February 1, 2024

As part of the Center for Health & Wellbeing’s Community Education offering, the Nutrition Theatre at CHWB is home to cooking classes and demonstrations during which participants learn how to incorporate healthy ingredients into everyday meals. Workweek Lunches was a cooking class recently hosted at CHWB with Chef Collette Keller, a classically trained Culinary Institute of America graduate. Collette prepared a Cashew Chickpea Salad Pita, Apricot Chicken Salad on Greens and Cabbage, and a Peanut Crunch with Grilled Chicken Salad. Remember Chef Collette’s Cashew Chickpea Salad Pita recipe and give it a try when prepping your lunches for the coming weeks.

The Community Education programs at the Center for Health & Wellbeing are designed to support you through your wellbeing journey. Whether you’re looking to incorporate nutritious ingredients into your diet or exploring food as medicine, we offer a cooking class for your needs. Learn more about our cooking programs and other Community Education offerings here 

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