Preview of March Attractions

You will not want to miss our upcoming supper club at Thought-Design Cooking School and fitness center for the mind on Wednesday, March 19 at 6 p.m. Learn more about the details here. So much to learn!  Demonstrations begin promptly at 6 p.m. (we eat at 6:30) and include the following:

Nancy McQuate (on left), yoga instructor and plant-based foodie extraordinaire will demo a ‘Fabulous and Fun Vertical Salad with Cashew Ranch Dressing.’
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Former science and home ec teacher, Elizabeth Pitzer (on right), will be demonstrating her technique for making delicious whole grain crackers. Elizabeth has graciously offered her yeast starter to anyone who brings a smallish jar. Don’t forget!

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Linda Squires (on right below), who eats gluten-free and who recently began practicing chiropractic again after leaving a thriving practice in Boston, will demo arugula pesto over rice-based pasta. In addition to being a great chef, Linda is a gifted healer. Learn more about her practice here
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Shane Van Oosterhout (shown here hugging Shandy!)will demo tofu in Indian-spiced tomato sauce. In addition to being a master gardener, multimedia artist and accomplished cook, Shane has recently launched a social media business. You need his services!
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Shane will be ably assisted by …Kevin Schalkofski (shown here with Katie Aschenbach)
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Emma Gasinski and Bryan Smigielski (on left below) will demo a versatile tofu scramble. If you haven’t learned to make this dish, you really need to. Emma is studying yoga and physical therapy and Bryan is a philosophy grad from GVSU.
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