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Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Gluten-Free Menu Planning with Sweet Roots NYC
Join the NYC Celiac Meetup Group for a GF menu planning workshop hosted by Marisa Smith, founder of Sweet Roots NYC, that will give you the tools to kick packaged, processed foods to the curb and start eating fresh, whole foods with ease. Learn how embracing home cooking and a real food diet can make eating less treacherous and more joyful.

Marisa will share Sweet Roots NYC strategies for planning, shopping and prepping so that you can get healthy, home cooked meals on the table in 30 minutes or less. She'll cover the tactical - from planning turnkey menus to storing food for shelf-life - as well as the emotional.
You'll walk away knowing how to:
  • Plug seasonal vegetables and alternative grains into 3 menu templates - Stock your refrigerator for maximum shelf-life
  • Prep your meals to cut down cooking time
  • Repurpose leftovers so that none of your kitchen time goes to waste

The workshop will be 45 minutes, followed by a Q & A. Sweet Roots NYC will provide healthy GF snacks!
About the presenter: Marisa Smith is the founder of Sweet Roots NYC, a farm-to-table food delivery and menu planning service that helps busy professionals get out of the take-out and processed food rut, so that they can be healthier, more productive and, ultimately, happier. On a weekly basis, Sweet Roots NYC delivers all of the ingredients clients need, already washed, cut and measured, so that it's a cinch to get dinner on the table in 30 minutes or less.
Marisa received her degree in food studies with a concentration in cultures of home cooking at the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU. She honed her culinary chops in the kitchen at Eat, as an assistant to food writer Molly O'Neill and on her own as an avid home cook. She is an advocate of home cooking as a means of fostering physical, emotional and social well-being.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
6:30-7:30 PM
Basement in Think Coffee at 248 Mercer Street (between 3rd and 4th)
$10 per person 

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Jason said...

Nice informative blog, thanks for sharing.

Anonymous Sarah P. said...

This looks awesome...I wish I lived closer! Will you go and pretend I'm there with you? You can get an extra snack!

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