NEW! Cook, Learn & Take Home WorkshopsDate/Time
Date(s) - 02/27/2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
We are excited to offer this exclusive Cook, Learn & Take Home Workshop Series in February 2019 to make mealtime quick, fun and rewarding for you and your family! Super mom and nutritionist Julia S. Buckley and our founder, Stacey Antine, MS, RDN designed this exciting workshop series to simply teach nutrition through hands-on cooking, sharing delicious homemade food together and sending you back home with two meals and one snack for a family of four on Wednesday, 2/13, 2/20 and/or 27 from 11:30 – 1:00 pm.
How does it work? You can sign up for one, two or all three workshops. We cook together in the HealthBarn USA kitchen, learn nutrition tips about the meals and snacks and after eating together, you package up your two meals and one snack for a family of four to serve at home. Bonus: we clean up the mess and all natural and organic food ingredients and supplies are provided.
What are the themes*?
- Wednesday, February 13 from 11:30 – 1:00 pm: American Quick Easy Meals
- Homemade Chicken Nuggets (kids) and Chicken Cutlets (grown-ups)
- Kale Chips
- Creamy Lean Mashed Potatoes
- Wednesday, Febuary 20 from 11:30 – 1:00 pm: Italian Quick Easy Meals
- Cheesy Lasagna Rolls
- Southern Italian Minestrone Soup
- Caprese Salad
- Wednesday, February 27 from 11:30 – 1:00 pm: Asian Quick Easy Meals
- Chop Chop Chicken Fried Rice
- Veggie Stir-Fry Noodles
- Spring Rolls
* All meals are tree nut and peanut free; we accommodate dietary restrictions with advance notice.
What is the tuition for these amazing workshops?
-Sign up for all three workshops for a tuition of $150 including natural and organic food ingredients and supplies; or sign up for one and it’s $60 per workshop. Space is limited to 6 participants per workshop. To enroll, please call us at 201-444-2955 or email [email protected].
Where are we cooking?
– We’re cooking in the HealthBarn USA kitchen at 1057 Hillcrest Road, Ridgewood, NJ located within the Irene Habernickel Family Park. It feels like home, and you get to enjoy the beautiful natural setting of the Park environment, too!
Who are we cooking with?
About Julia S. Buckley, MS, RDN: Julia is a registered dietitian who holds a masters degree in Nutrition from the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College. After completing her dietetic training at the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, she worked at the Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital as a Clinical Dietitian. Julia grew up in Rigewood and recently moved back to start her own family that have grown to four. She heard about HealthBarn USA’s arrival in the Village and knew it would be the perfect place to pursue her passion of working with children and families. When Julia’s not with us at the Barn, she is growing her own garden, trying new foods with her toddler expert taste tester or trying to create new recipes for her family to enjoy, too. Her enthusiasm for healthy eating is contagious, so come and cook with Julia!
About Stacey Antine, MS, RDN: Stacey Antine is a registered dietitian who holds a Master’s of Science in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics from New York University. Alarmed by the long list of lifestyle diseases (obesity, heart disease, diabetes, etc.) faced by children today, she founded HealthBarn USA to connect children to natural foods and where they come from. Expanding her commitment to help families eat healthier, she started HealthBarn Foundation and it’s first project Healing Meals, a food gifting program for families with ill children and seniors in need. She has been featured on The Rachael Ray Show, named women entrepreneur to watch by Business Week, featured as “Our Hero” by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for her dedication to children’s health where she is also a member and honored as Today’s Honoree by the #1 Blog for Recognizing the Works of Others. She was appointed to the Academy’s RDN Communications Council for its National Kids Eat Right campaign and received a Certificate of Training in Childhood and Adolescent Weight Management by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Stacey Antine aims to help more parents and children get healthy by having fun and raising their nutritional literacy with her first book, Appetite for Life: The Thumbs-Up, No-Yucks Guide to Getting Your Kid to be a Great Eater – including over 100 Kid-Approved Recipes, published in September 2012 by HarperOne, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, in hardcover and as an eBook.