Cooking Classes

Food is Our Medicine – Real Food Matters

 

Your Chefs: Vicki Sarnoff, CHC and Irma Jennings, INHC

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Every time we open our mouth, we make a choice:

How do I feed my body today?”

Every single bite of food feeds every part of your body from your:

organs, blood chemistry, muscles, hormones, nervous system, cells,

your bones, your immune system and your thoughts.

Our cooking classes use organic, locally grown, non-GMOs, mineral and vitamin-rich foods.

When you eat right for your body you eat right for you life.

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Allow us to teach you how to create meals that are affordable, delicious, good for your health, bone strengthening, immune supportive, sugar balancing, absolutely delicious and sustainable for the environment.


Private Cooking Parties:

Here’s how it works

Your role (Client) our role (Chefs)

~CLIENT select a theme menu from our large recipe database.

~ Theme Choices: vegetarian, vegan, paleo or simply a “healthy balanced meal”

Special dietary needs: gluten, dairy, low carb and cross culture – Indian, West African, Thai, Jewish, Italian – all with a healthy flair of course!

Nutrient Dense and Flavor Rich

We specifically offer the following “Food as Medicine” cooking classes:

~ CHEFS shop for the groceries.

~ CLIENT invite friends, family, business partners, book club members, yoga class mates, teachers or anyone who wants to learn how to cook fantastic, healthy and tasty organic food.

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Want To Make It Happen?

Start by booking a time with Irma and Vicki by clicking here

COSTS:

This exceptional experience is priceless however we charge:

$85.00 per person (in our New Hope location)

$150.00 per couple

Minimum of 3 participants

or

$95.00 per person (in your home)

We guarantee:

cooking tips, short-cuts, food based knowledge, recipes and an overflowing cup of fun.

This is a BYOB event.

Any questions?

Phone: Irma at 917-405-5410

Email:  [email protected]

Your Chefs:

DSC06581Vicki Sarnoff, CHC, is a Nutrition Educator for Rolling Harvest Food Rescue, Wellness Advocate, Personal Chef whose passions includes Food as Medicine, Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils, Bach Flower Essences, Reiki, and Patient Advocacy for the past 20 years.  She is a Certified Health Coach having graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition with a certification from Columbia University Teachers College.  She sees clients in her New Hope office, offers Raindrop Technique,  telephone consults, organic medicinal cooking classes, and lectures on the use of therapeutic essential oils for people and their animals.

Irma and Skelly largeIrma Jennings, INHC,  went from the board room on Wall Street to the cutting board in her kitchen after returning to school at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2003. Her diagnosis of osteopenia has not gone into osteoporosis.  Her bones are strong and vibrant.  Her company, Food for Healthy Bones, advises clients that choosing calcium-rich foods is the first step in their bone-building journey.  Irma appeared in PBS’ Special Stronger Bones – Longer Life with Dr. Lani Simpson.  Irma’s My Organic Food Stamp Challenge has been published in the Huffington Post.   She blogs monthly on Food for Healthy Bones reaching 4,000 readers.    Her Strong Bones and Food as Medicine cooking classes in New Hope, PA educates her community on nutrient-dense R-E-A-L foods for strong bones and a strong life.

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Testimonial:

I highly recommend working with Irma Jennings if you are seeking an impactful and permanent change in your relationship with food. I wanted to set myself up for success when I decided to embark upon the Whole30 elimination diet.  With the help of Irma, it was a tremendously educational experience that has permanently impacted my relationship with food and cooking. Irma introduced me to new spices, food storage tips, recipes, and a number of resources for future support. Today, I am meal planning, food sourcing, and cooking with great satisfaction and confidence.  Nora Mullen, PA

The absolute best treat for me was the abundance of food that I could eat without worrying if it had gluten, sugar, dairy or meat. I enjoyed a variety of flavorful food which inspired me with ideas for new ways to cook.  Denice Whiteley, PA

The wholesome healing food fed my soul as much as my body. Mary Liz Murphy, NYC

The food was beautiful, delicious and perfect for my needs.    I felt so nourished.Doreen DiGiacomo, NJ

The food is an experience not to miss. Kathryn Sorrentino, NYS

The delicious food prepared by Vicki and Irma, brought nourishment through and through. Since I am gluten- and dairy-free I often have to worry about what I’m eating.  There was infinite variety of the freshest and healthiest foods. Lisa Feiner, NYC