Friday, January 28, 2011

Learn How to Just Stay Home

Posted By on Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 3:33 PM

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Menu Planning for the Time-Strapped

Where: 18 Reasons, 593 Guerrero (at 18th St.)

When: Tue., Feb. 1, 6-8 p.m.

Cost: $35

The rundown: Have you started to notice the occasional Hot Pocket creeping into your lunchtime regimen? Are brownies from the box not seeming like a crime against dessert? Did you bring Hamburger Helper to your last potluck? Before your foodie friends stage an intervention, get thee to 18 Reasons for this class Taught by registered dietician and time-management wizard Tali Sedgwick, you'll learn a bushel of helpful hints for eating homemade, healthy meals three times a day. She'll show you how to prep a week's worth of meals in advance, and to cook quickly and simply every day. Sedgwick will also prepare and serve a veg-friendly meal, and help you stretch that meal into tomorrow's leftovers.

Register for the class here

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