• Become a happy, healthy eater!

    by  • 23/01/2015 • Country moment • 0 Comments

    Healthy cooking class | Country Days | Country Homes and Interiors

     We started off so well with our healthy-eating resolutions, but, halfway through a chilly January, we’re finding ourselves ditching plain salads in favour of warming comfort foods. Sound familiar? Stay motivated by signing up to a healthy cookery class and discover how to make the best of seasonal produce with nutritious cooking tips and delicious wholesome recipes.

    My Deliciously Healthy Kitchen, Kent
    Discover how to make deliciously healthy food in a relaxed and informal setting at the Kitch Café, situated in the beautiful city of Canterbury. From guilt-free baking to quick, healthy lunches, the classes are designed to get the most out of fresh seasonal ingredients. Small, friendly groups make it a lovely experience – perfect for nervous cooks!

    Abbey Home Farm, Gloucestershire
    This organic farm hosts an array of mouthwatering vegetarian cookery courses. Their farm garden produces more than 150 varieties of vegetables, herbs and fruits each year, so you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to seasonal ingredients. Make a weekend of it; there are plenty of places to stay on site, from a rustic shepherd’s hut to a beautiful country cottage.

    Trill Farm, Devon
    Chef and nutritonalist Daphne Lambert runs the most wonderful workshops, demonstrating the benefits of nutritional cooking. Living Nutrition is a two-day course held at Trill Farm, near Axminster, and focuses on the foods found growing in hedgerows, woods and meadows. With foraging trips and hands-on teaching, it’s an inspiring way to pick up alternative healthy cooking methods.

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