Spots open for ‘Teens in the Kitchen Hands-on Cooking Class’ on Sept. 23


There are still a few spots open for a “Teens in the Kitchen Hands-on Cooking Class” at Verdant Health on Sept. 23.

The class will focus on recipes involving noodles.

During this two-hour class, participants will explore the texture, taste and versatility of soba, rice and udon noodles, along with creating “zoodles” from zucchini. These noodles will be used in a stir-fry, noodle soup and Thai curry.

This “hands-on” cooking class is specifically for teens in middle and high school (ages 12-17). Join Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Amy Reuter to explore cooking tips, techniques, and recipes to add to your skills in the kitchen.

Note: this class has been carefully planned for small groups and the instructor counts on a full class. In order to provide a quality experience for everyone, please be certain that you will be able to participate before registering. As of Sept. 11, a few spots remain open.

What To Expect: In Verdant’s hands-on cooking classes, teens work together with other participants in a fun environment led by Registered Dietitian Nutritionists who can teach you how to prepare and enjoy delicious, healthy foods.

  • Class is 2 hours long – you will be standing much of the time and cooking
  • Hands-on classes are limited to a minimum of eight and maximum of 16 participants
  • You will work with other participants in groups of three or four
  • Please wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes and tie back long hair
  • Teens will enjoy a tasty sample of every dish

This class takes place on Saturday, Sept. 23 from 1-3 p.m. at the Verdant Community Wellness Center, 4710 196th St. S.W. in Lynnwood. The class is free to attend, but registration is required at the registration website or by calling 425-582-8600.

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