Sun, December 11, 2016
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM MST
$45 per person +tax
Want to learn how to cook with different farmer-fresh organic ingredients for the holiday? Do you receive your produce from your CSA or the farmers’ market and are puzzled on how to cook with them?
Learn how to cook with local, seasonal veggies with the skill of intuitive cooking lead by Melanie Albert, Intuitive Cooking Expert and author of A New View of Healthy Eating.
Join The Farm at South Mountain and Melanie Albert of Experience Nutrition for a unique hands-on cooking opportunity to create delicious dishes with simple culinary skills and fresh, in-season, organic ingredients from The Farm.
During the experience you will learn culinary skills such as making unique salad with what’s in season, a perfect herbal salad dressing, veggie stir-fry, and a delicious healthy dessert for the holidays. Once you intuitively create your dishes, you’ll enjoy mindfully eating your beautiful holiday creations with community in the beauty of The Farm.
Meet the Chef!
Melanie A. Albert, intuitive cooking expert, author, and speaker, is Founder and CEO of Experience Nutrition Group, LLC, in Phoenix, Arizona and author of “A New View of Healthy Eating, Simple Intuitive Cooking with Real Whole Foods.” Melanie has been active in wellness, integrative medicine, and nutrition for over 15 years. She is a 2007 graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City, 2001 Integrative Medicine Fellow and 2003 Intuition Fellow of the Kaiser Institute, former marketing consultant for Weil Lifestyle, LLC / Andrew Weil, MD, current Holistic Nutrition instructor of Whole Foods Cooking and Conscious Eating at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, in Tempe, Arizona, and 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher. She received culinary training with the Rouxbe Cooking School Plant-Based Professional Cooking Certification. Experience Nutrition was an Official Health & Wellness Partner of the NFL Alumni Association in 2011. You can always find Melanie shopping at farmers’ markets, experimenting in the kitchen, or practicing yoga. Learn more at www.EXPNutrition.com