Cooking for Wellness - Getting Creative
Cooking for Wellness – Getting Creative is a hands-on course designed for those who want to enhance their food and cooking skills to become more relaxed, confident and instinctive cooks while learning to create their own unique and health-supportive recipes. Participants will experiment with a variety of herbs, spices, and food combinations and use basic cooking methods to learn about flavor development in a variety of commonly prepared foods.
This course is open to anyone in the community (no University affiliation is required). Students should have a solid background in basic cooking skills to sign up for this course (knife skills, e.g., chop an onion; prepare eggs, e.g., fry, scramble, boil an egg; cook pasta, kitchen safety, etc.). Successful completion of Cooking for Wellness - The Basics is helpful but not necessary.
- NOTE: We need a minimum of 18 participants. If there are less than 18 registrations one week before the start of a session, then that session will be cancelled and your fees will be refunded.
University employees covered by the UPlan Medical plan are eligible for 150 Wellbeing Program Points and a one-time 50% reimbursement (only one class per program year) if they complete six of the seven lessons (attend four labs and three home assignments).
Contact Education Program Director Robin Schow (firstname.lastname@example.org / 612-625-8693) for more information.
SESSION A - Getting Creative:
Tuesdays, Jan 15 - Feb 5, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Fridays, Feb 22 - Mar 15, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Mondays, Apr 1 - Apr 22, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Here's what past participants have to say about Cooking for Wellness classes:
“The hands-on experience of making the recipes and then tasting them helped me feel more confident trying them at home on my own.”
“Thank you for putting together such a thoughtful and balanced curriculum. I learned valuable skills that I will carry with me for the rest of my years.”
“I really enjoyed the class, and as a long time recipe follower, I have more confidence in just trying things. It was very fun.”