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Cuisine from the Deep South

March 21, 2014

You won't want to miss these popular classes in our professional teaching kitchen taught by a registered dietitian and prominent 'foodie. It's like Rachael Ray with a nutrition degree! We bring you not only cooking tips but also expert advice on nutrition, food safety, disease prevention, and making meal prep easy and inexpensive.

Collard greens are good sources of vitamin C and soluble fiber, and contain multiple nutrients with potent anticancer properties. Image by, March 26
Noon-1 p.m. and 6-7 p.m.
Gifford Building
Room 114

Deep South cuisine

Southern cuisine is so much more than deep-fried, high calorie foods. In this class we'll focus on the lighter side of southern cuisine, from savory seafood soup and collard greens to our own delicious version of key lime pie.*

Inspired by our popular “International Cuisine” dining series, we have decided to embark on a new adventure within our own great country.

Join Michelle Milholland, M.S., R.D. and CSU students as they present easy (and in some cases more healthful) dishes from each region of the United States, using traditional ingredients and techniques.

Each class offers an optional 30 minute Q&A at the end.

Recipes gluten free

*For the convenience of those who originally planned to attend our “Gluten Free” dining series, all recipes prepared in these classes will be gluten free.


  • $25
  • $12/CSU students and employees

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Cancellation policy

If the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center cancels a class for an unforeseen reason, a full refund will be made to participants. If a participant cancels a registration, a refund will be made less a $10 processing fee. No refunds will be made if cancellation is made within 48 hours of the class or program.

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Contact: Michelle Milholland
Phone: (970) 491-8615