Suppers at the Table provides a supportive, nonjudgmental learning environment where people can explore ways of cooking and eating that improves and sustains their health. Join us for a virtual lunch hour, and prepare a simple mid-day meal, meet a trained peer facilitator, and discuss healthy nutrition strategies that can help you on your journey toward a healthy lifestyle.
This meeting is hosted by Sarah Pipher and Kim Walter.
This webinar is by donation and registration is required.
For questions and to register, contact Nancy.
This meeting is hosted by Erin O'Neill and Paul DiLouie.
We've teamed up with NOFA-NJ and Jammin' Crepes to offer a six-month event series beginning in April that will showcase local farms and farmers, as well as recipes using items in the share boxes. Registration is through the NOFA. Register now to reserve your spot!
Here's some details on the series -
The dates and featured farms include:
Member Price (for all seven weeks): $70
Non-Member Price (for all seven weeks): $100
Member Price (for a drop in week): $15
Non-Member Price (for a drop in week): $20
Join us and learn about edible flowers!
Suppers has collaborated with Bountiful Gardens to present a webinar on the beautiful tastes of the flower garden. Looking to add some kick to your soup or sweetness to your tea? The ingredient you're looking for may be in your backyard flower and herb garden! Edible flowers provide unique flavors that can be used to enhance and make some of your favorite dishes even more beautiful!
This webinar is presented by Lisa Miccolis owner of Bountiful Gardens.
Guest registration is not available for this event. Each participant must register individually.
What are the good fats? What is a slow carb? Why is it important to “eat the rainbow” and have fewer ingredients listed on a nutrition label? Come away from this webinar with a new perspective on what you’re putting in your grocery cart and ultimately, what you’re putting in your body. Learn to make informed choices that will support your journey towards better health.
This meeting is hosted by Marion Reinson.