Thanks to the onset of summer (finally) and the last-minute schedule changes that always seem to accompany it, I have one spot available in the next session of Parents Need to Eat, Too, the cooking class I teach in my Williamsburg kitchen. We’ll be meeting every Thursday in July from 9:30-11, starting July 9. The series of four classes costs $160.
If you find yourself struggling to get dinner on the table with a newborn (or a toddler, or a six-year-old) in the house, come on over! After each class you’ll have that night’s dinner prepped for simple cooking at home, as well as a clutch of new recipes that are guaranteed to save your sanity. We’ll be making things like Spaghetti alla Puttanesca, A Greekish Orzo-Tomato Salad, Slow-Cooker Ratatouille (which you can make even without a slow cooker)–recipes that take advantage of the farmer’s market without driving you crazy. Along the way we’ll talk about parenting and juggling, and hopefully we’ll all come away with a bunch of new ideas and tricks (cuz every parent needs tricks, if you know what I mean). Children are, of course, welcome. Full details (including rave reviews!) are here.
Interested? Email me ASAP, or leave a comment on this post.