I do cooking classes, conference talks, and cooking demonstrations nationwide, from Washington DC to Portland Oregon and from Sacramento California to Hilton Head Island South Carolina. If you can't make a class in person, check out my cooking videos.
Calendar: cooking classes and healthy eating events
P-POD Plant-Based Prevention of Disease Conference
Attending September 11-13 2015 in Raleigh NC to learn more about how eating plants may reduce the risks of major diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. See details.
Healthy Pleasure: Vegetarian and Vegan Cooking
Giving a lecture September 14 2015 from 3:00 to 4:30 pm
Learn how easy, plant-powered meals can help you get healthy and enjoy life more. See how cutting the meat can trim your budget too. Find out how to get enough protein and which nutrients to watch. Discover new ingredients that help convert some favorite recipes. Even omnivores will enjoy learning how to reduce fat, eat more produce, and welcome vegetarians and vegans to their tables. Click here to register.
North Carolina State University, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman Street, Raleigh North Carolina
You Bought It, So Cook It! Making Green Cooking Affordable
Talk and tasting October 17 2015 from 3:00 to 4:00 pm at Triangle Vegfest inside Market Hall.
Laugh and learn as author Linda Watson shows you how to make Spicy Peanut Rice with Seasonal Vegetables and save a bucket of dough. Find out how to make high-quality organic vegan meals even on a low, low budget. You'll get tips on squeezing every last drop of flavor and nutrition out of the food you buy. Enjoy hearty pizza without cheese and light cakes without eggs. Develop new habits that yield "free" meals every month. Learn to shop with the seasons, feed your freezer, and shrink your your carbon footprint.
Moore's Square, Raleigh NC. Learn about other speakers, vendors, and activities -- including how to volunteer -- at Triangle Vegfest.
Envisioning Healthy Foodsheds: Why Local Can’t Trump Organic
Panel discussion after talk by Philip Ackerman-Leist on Thursday November 5, 2015 from 7 to 8:30 pm.
Author of Rebuilding the Foodshed (and a native North Carolinian whose mother and sister both graduated from Meredith), Philip Ackerman-Leist will tackle the misguided mantra that “local trumps organic.” In addition to sharing perspectives from various foodshed initiatives around the US, he will also share some thoughts from his newest book project, focused on the first municipality in the world to ban pesticides through a public referendum process. A panel discussion follows his talk, featuring representatives from various aspects of the food community from farmers to cooks and restaurateurs.
Kresge Auditorium, Meredith College, Raleigh NC.