5:00 PM Friday and All is Well by kristin

November 6, 2010 at 10:43 am Leave a comment

5 pm fridayGosh, today has gone by so quickly. We’re busy as proverbial bees getting everything in place for our end of year excitement. A New Holiday Traditions DVD is in the works, featuring the best of the best videos for the past four years. (More info and a video preview in a bulletin next week. ) If you are anywhere near the Bay area November 20th and are wondering about raw Bay area events, Living Light chef/graduate Heather Haxo Philips is doing a great Healthy Holiday Survival Workshop, featuring none other than our own Living Light Director Cherie Soria, Living Light Chef Jennifer Cornbleet and Shea Lynn Baird, as well as talented chef Diana Stobo and other great Bay Area Chefs. Both the DVD and the Bay Area event will help you have a healthy, happy, and delicious holiday season! Tom Yum Soup

If you are not yet signed up for our newsletters and bulletins, which include free recipes, there is a sign up on the top right corner of our homepage. Living Light is not doing the New Holiday Traditions class here at the center anymore because our new schedule is just jam packed with new classes including Pastry Arts II coming up November 27-30! Our advanced students are here right now, and they are whipping up some yummy treats in Ethnic Flavors and next week Raw Fusion followed by Catering! I’m using the abbreviated names we call our classes in the office, but you can see the longer formal names and all the details just by clicking the links!

raw scienceOh, and don’t forget to sign up for the complete Science of Raw Food Nutrition Series with Drs. Rick and Karin Dina. The complete series is available only once a year, beginning November 29. And our November newsletter will feature a Living Light graduate success story about the amazing German native Beate von der Osten, who teaches raw culinary arts AND the science of raw food in Japan – in Japanese! Have I mentioned that our graduates continually amaze us with their dedication, talent, determination, and sheer beauty of spirit?

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