OKLAHOMA CITY – For many people, cooking a big meal for lots of family and friends can be rewarding. However, for those who typically prepare meals for just one or two people, the effort may seem bigger than the reward.
Unfortunately, when that happens, some people may not pay much attention to the food they eat, or even the way they prepare them, said Barbara Brown, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension food specialist.
Adults who are adjusting to with cooking for just one or two people will enjoy this hands-on workshop.
The “Cooking for One or Two” class is scheduled for Thursday, May 13th, at the Oklahoma County OSU Cooperative Extension Service, located on 930 N. Portland.
The cooking class will begin at 9 a.m. and conclude around noon.
“Adults will learn to prepare a host of delicious, creative dishes, perfectly proportioned for one or two”, stated Amanda Horn, a Registered Dietitian and the Family and Consumer Sciences Educator for Oklahoma County.
Cost for the class is $5.00 and pre-registration is before May 9th.
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