HARBOR SPRINGS -- The Manna Food Project has partnered with Michigan State University Extension,Goodwill Industries International and Community Food Bank of Southwestern Michigan to create the upcoming "Cooking Matters" class series.
The seven-week course focuses on culinary and nutrition education. The free educational "Cooking Matters" series will take place 9:30-11:30 a.m. Mondays, Feb. 11 through March 25, at the Manna warehouse on McBride Park Court in Harbor Springs.
Weekly sessions will focus on not only cooking, but also how to shop efficiently on a budget, and the importance of nutrition in the foods prepared. Recipes will also include products commonly available on local pantry shelves.
The class is open to anyone receiving Manna services. Those interested in participating can contact Katlyn Cosens at The Manna Food Project at (231) 347-8852 or email@example.com. Participants will receive a cookbook and certificate upon completion.
Cooking class series offered for Manna clients
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