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Greek cuisine cooking class

April 13, 2012

The Greek diet characteristically incorporates foods that contain healthy fats. The bonus -- Greek cuisine is delicious and filling! Learn how to 'cook Greek' at the next International Dining Cuisine Series class.

A traditional Greek salad -- colorful and heart healthy!Friday, April 20
Noon-1 p.m.
Gifford Building
Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center
Room 114

Travel around the world without leaving the kitchen at the International Cuisine Dining Series.

Join Michelle Milholland, M.S., R.D., and students for a culinary journey that spans several continents. In each class you will learn to make several nutritious dishes, and also explore the health benefits each traditional cuisine has to offer.

Fresh flavors and healthful sources of fat are the focus of this class. Learn how to make fabulous Greek recipes, and incorporate habits that can improve heart health!


The fee of $20 per class ($10 for CSU students and employees) includes:

  • recipes
  • education materials
  • lunch


If you register for all four classes and pay in advance, the total cost is just $64, a 20 percent discount from individually-priced classes. 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