Finding the time to eat well, let alone cook from scratch, can be hard; keeping it affordable doesn’t make it any easier. But there is an easy way have high quality food while saving time, money AND making it fun: cook big batches with a group of people.
Nutritionist and personal trainer Kyle Byron will lead this fun, hands-on workshop with ethically-raised local meats from Sanagan’s Meat Locker and organic seasonal vegetables from Fresh City Farms. Not only will you learn how to make simple, healthy, delicious meals from scratch, but you’ll leave with several take-home meals ready to eat or freeze.
This workshop will explore a few variations on classic roast chicken, as well as making a seasonal vegetable side dish, and preparing a fresh salad and dressing from scratch. Along the way, you’ll learn about food safety and knife skills, as well as lots of useful tips on making healthy choices, and saving time and money in the kitchen.
- seasoning, baking and carving a whole chicken
- making spice rubs and salad dressings
- smart shopping tips for meat and veg
- time-saving kitchen shortcuts
- tips on food storage and meal planning
- how to make healthy nutrition choices based on your unique dietary needs
The class includes a shared meal at the end with all the participants — a great way to have fun and meet like-minded people. In addition to supporting great local food suppliers, this workshop will contribute a portion of the food we make with people in the neighbourhood who face food security challenges. It’s a great way to make food that’s better for you, better for our community and better for the planet!
Kyle Byron BSc helps us adopt fitness habits in a relatable, everyday way. Spanning his 8 year career, not only has Kyle taken an active interest in nutrition and training at two GTA clinics, but he is also interested in customizing your experience online, which can include coaching and cooking classes. Kyle enjoys sailing, high intensity exercise and fine wines.
Find out more about Kyle at kylebyronnutrition.com