Superfoods are all the rage: they can prevent disease and make us feel more vibrant and healthy - what's not to love? And yet, as much as we all want to pack as much nutrition as possible into our bodies, cooking can be time-consuming and challenging. Wouldn't it be great to have some simple, go-to recipes and techniques for preparing these healthy superstars?
Join me on May 3rd at Halthy Habits Kitchen, 36 Washington Street in Wellesley. I'll teach you how to simplify superfoods so that you can prepare them at home quickly and easily. You’ll go home with the tools to do it all by yourself, including a recipe booklet complete with family-friendly recipes, such as Kale With Chicken Sausage, Tomatoes and Garlic, Chicken With Sweet Potatoes, Onions & Cilantro Pesto and Quinoa with Toasted Pistachios & Dried Pineapple.
Sarah Isenberg is a recovering lawyer, two-time breast cancer survivor and accomplished home cook with a penchant for whole foods, healthy living, green tea and black shoes. She lives in Belmont with her husband, daughter, and a fancy hamster named Ruby. Her no-nonsense wellness wisdom inspires regular folks to take charge of their well-being every day. Visit her at her blog, Semi-Sweet: A Practical Guide to Healthy Living.
To RSVP for Super-Easy Superfoods, visit http://www.healthyhabitskitchen.com/events.htm or call (781) 235-6325. Note that all RSVP’s are due by April 27th.