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Nutritional Cooking


Note: An ingredient and equipment list as well as any pre-class prep instructions will be sent to participants well in advance of the class. There is also the option for participants to grab their favorite beverage, sit back and watch how this main dish or dessert is created.


Let's Do Brunch - American Scones (with fruit)
Who doesn’t love brunch - a late weekend morning filled with sweet and savory dishes! Whether hosting a holiday brunch, attending one or simply having a leisurely at-home brunch with your family this spring, make it special by preparing a delicious flaky scone - a baked good that is slightly crisp on the outside and delicately moist on the inside bursting with flavor. Participants will learn the techniques for making the perfect scone that is low in fat and sugar as well as discover how this baked good can be part of a well-balanced heathy diet. Note: An ingredient and equipment list as well as any pre-class prep instructions will be sent to participants well in advance of the class. There is also the option for participants to grab their favorite beverage, sit back and watch how scones are created. Instructor Laura Torok-Lobelson loves to teach and cook. She holds a Master of Science in Human Nutrition and has taught science and math at the high school level. She has been cooking healthy meals from scratch and imparting nutritional advice to family and friends for years.

1 Session $ 19 (Ridgefield Sr./Disab. $ 15)
Thur., 4/22 from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. on Zoom