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Indian cuisine: Warm, fragrant spices

January 17, 2012

The International Cuisine Dining Series will feature a class on Friday, January 20 that will show you how to make your favorite Indian dishes. Learn about the health benefits this traditional cuisine has to offer.

Chickpeas (a legume) are a popular ingrediant in Indian cuisine.  Pictured: Chana masala.Friday, January 20
Noon-1 p.m.
Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center
Room 114, Gifford Building

Travel around the world without leaving the kitchen! Join Michelle Milholland, M.S., R.D. and CSU students for a culinary journey that spans several continents. In each class in the International Dining Series, you will learn to make several nutritious dishes, and also explore the health benefits each traditional cuisine has to offer.

Don't miss our class on Friday, January 20 on Indian cooking! Warm, fragrant spices are the highlight of this cuisine. Learn how to make your favorite Indian dishes, from entrée to dessert.

Cost and registration

The $20 fee for one class ($10 for CSU students and employees) includes recipes, education materials and lunch.

Register online or call (970) 491-8615.

Additional nutritional services

In addition to group programs, the Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center offers a variety of individual nutrition services:

  • One-on-one nutrition counseling
  • Nutrition assessment
  • Computerized diet analysis
  • Body composition measurements
  • Resting metabolic rate measurement

Call (970) 491-8615 or email to schedule an appointment.

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