Friday: Salad Creation-The Art of Creating a Beautiful Salad [Adult]
952 Alexander Rd
Princeton Junction, NJ
Friday, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
$30 Members | $35 Non-Members
Students should bring their own cutting board and knife if possible
You know those salads that look so beautiful you almost feel guilty eating them - the ones with radish rose or a veggie peacock? Have you ever wished you could make a beautiful and delicious salad - and hear the oohs and ahhs? Well, now you can! Join us and be inspired during our “Salad Art Creations” workshop, where Shipra Mitra provides a hands-on demonstration on how to create beautiful salads, packed with superfood ingredients, that will wow your guests and family and expand (or impress) their taste palates! You’ll be surprised at how simple they are to make – and how much healthier and happier you’ll feel. And, they are as delicious as they are healthy!
Participants will be able to prepare their own salad work of art with ingredients provided. Feel free to bring your own cutting board and knife as we know that having the right tools in the kitchen makes a difference when it comes to the ease of preparation.
Covid Protocols: At this time, mask wearing is optional. If COVID cases increase at any point and we are recommended by local health organizations, we may return to mandatory mask wearing. Classes and workshops held in all spaces at the art center utilize an HVAC system supplemented with portable HEPA filtration systems. Fresh air is introduced whenever possible. Classes are spaced appropriately to allow 3 - 6 ft. of social distancing. All our staff and Teaching Artists have been vaccinated. High-touch surfaces are wiped down regularly using certified cleaning agents. Hand sanitizer is available in all classrooms.
About Eating for Your Health – Helping to Prevent and Reduce the Impact of Chronic Disease
At Eating For Your Health we support people in changing the way they eat and transforming their relationship with food. We believe that every person and every body is unique and that no single approach to food is right for everyone; so we encourage participants to explore and experiment with food that reflects their taste, budget, background and culture. We emphasize the importance of eating single, whole fresh ingredients and avoiding processed foods whenever possible, but we do not advocate one single approach to food or way of eating.