University Class Gives Easy, Healthy Cooking a Global Flavor
instructors who are dietitians and chefs are sharing the joys and benefits of healthy cooking and eating – with a global angle – in a new class presented by the Samford University Wellness Kitchen in Homewood. The inaugural class, called “Cook Simply, Eat Healthy, Live Well” includes hands-on cooking technique lessons and nutritional information.
Students in the seven-week series are learning not only to prepare a variety of recipes, but also that healthy cooking doesn’t have to be hard. They’re being taught to be at ease in the kitchen as well as being taught about key nutrients and how different ethnic cuisines can help prevent disease and lead to good health.