Come along to a KitchenJoy Cookery event for a fun, interactive cookery class and lunch afterwards at KitchenJoy Cookery School. The theme is “Good Mood Foods”.
Do some foods make us feel grumpy? Is it possible to plan a diet to eat the right foods for mental health? In these challenging times, we want to explore the relationship between what you eat and how you feel. We will be making the following dishes: Rye, Hazelnut & Pumpkin Bread, Smoky Harissa and Red Pepper Dip, Cauliflower Tabbouleh, Broccoli Falafels and Tahini Chocolate Chip Cookies.
This is a fun, educational class for any level. The above dishes will be assembled with step-by-step tuition by Joy, along with key nutritional facts and values of the food we prepare, highlighting foods for a good mood. The price includes the hands-on cookery class, ingredients, food preparation, cooking equipment and soft drinks. You will prepare and cook dishes around the KitchenJoy island and can enjoy eating together with the group on the long dining table. There will also be some leftover food for you to take home to share with your loved ones.
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