Dayton, Nevada – Please join us at the Dayton Community Center on Monday, February 23rd at 5:30pm for a demonstration showing how to make pancit.
Participants will learn how to prepare the Filipino cuisine beginning at 5:30pm, and then enjoy a meal together at 6:15pm.
The demonstration is open to anyone who would like to learn to cook nutritious meals using affordable and local ingredients that result in tasty dishes.
Healthy Communities Coalition sponsors FREE cooking demos for the community once a month, with recipes based on the varying schedule for USDA commodity foods ingredients.
Instructors are Rebekah Stetson, farmer and Community Health Advocate with Healthy Communities , and dietitian Kim Mason. Guest instructor this month is Lulu Santiano.
During past cooking classes, participants learned to prepare Alaska Salmon Albondiga, chicken pot pie, lima bean soup, salmon patties, broccoli kale bacon slaw, pumpkin corn muffins, pork and beans, lamb, and a high-nutrient grain called quinoa.
The cooking demos and dinners are part of the Coalition’s “healthy food hub”, a regional effort to improve access to and demand for locally and sustainably grown, healthy, and affordable food.
For more information about the Coalition, see the website athttp://healthycomm.org/
For more details about the classes, contact Rebekah at 775-342-7675.