Valentine’s Day Couples Cooking Class 2/14/20

Date(s) - 02/14/2020
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

HealthBarn USA proudly presents Valentine’s Day Couple’s Cooking Class, Friday 2/14/20 from 6:30 – 9:00 pm for this date night for couples cooking class! Stir up romance in the kitchen working in pairs to prepare a recipe with help, of course. After the hands-on cooking is done, couples sit down and enjoy a romantic dinner to bond and enjoy a delicious evening away from work and kids in a setting that feels like home.

“Nothing brings couples together quite like the romantic language of food,” so make this Valentine’s Day fun, healthy and memorable!

What’s on the Menu:

  • Specially designed menu of outrageously decadent starters and main dishes that include fish and other proteins, whole grains and veggies cooked to perfection;
  • Recipes will be distributed so you can make them at home.
  • Bring your own spirits, wine or other favorite beverage.
  • **Dietary restrictions can be accommodated.

Who’s Invited:

  • Space is limited to 16 spots maximum (8 couples) so reserve today.
  • Tickets are $150 per couple and must be purchased in advance by reserving your space at 201-444-2955 or emailing [email protected].

Where Are You Dining:

  • HealthBarn USA located in the stone house at 1057 Hillcrest Road, Ridgewood, NJ within the Irene Habernickel Family Park, come enjoy the comfort of a “zen” environment in a space that feels like home!

More About HealthBarn USA:  A proven leader of healthy-lifestyle education for families for more than 14 years, through adult cooking classes, kids’ classes, field trips and summer camp and through Stacey Antine, our founder’s cookbook, Appetite for Life, HarperOne.  At elementary and middle school “Try it, you’ll like it!” school assemblies from New York to California; in national appearances such as the Rachael Ray Show and CNN’s House Call with Sanjay Gupta and on networks like PBS and Nickelodeon; speaking engagements from parent teacher organizations to major medical conventions; and through our website, columns and articles, we have been committed to helping families raise their nutrition literacy through hands-on learning about where our food comes from, and why fresh tastes best and is best for our bodies, minds and souls.

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