Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Gluten Free Cooking Class with Lee Tobin

Whole Foods is obviously a great resource for Gluten Free Living. Not only do they offer a ton of grocery items but they also have a lot of ongoing community type events. Take for instance the recent Gluten Free Vendor Fairs in Raleigh and Cary. Well, Whole Foods is at it again - this time with a Gluten Free cooking class with none other than the Bakehouse man himself - Lee Tobin. The one and a half hour class is May 7th at the Raleigh Whole Foods location and cost only $5. See below for more information.
Thursday, May 7th
Gluten Free Cooking Class with Lee Tobin

6:30 - 8:00 pm $5.00, Pre-Register

Lee Tobin, Baker Extraordinaire from the Whole Foods Market Gluten Free Bakehouse, is returning to lead another deliciously insightful cooking class that will leave you wondering why we should ever miss gluten! This time he will share three delectable and nutritious recipes, including a quinoa dish, soup, and quiche. Whether you need to avoid gluten for medical reasons, cook for a loved one who does, or you are just searching for new and interesting recipes, this class is for you!

Cooking Class Information
To sign up for a class or to receive more information, please contact Customer Service at 919-828-5805. To guarantee your place in a class, payment must be received with you enroll. To cancel a class, please contact Customer Service at 919-828-5805. A full refund will be credited if you cancel within 24 hours prior to the start of the class. If a class has low enrollment, it will be cancelled 24 hours prior to the start of the class. You will be contacted via telephone by Carrie Le Chevallier, Marketing Specialist regarding the cancellation. You will receive a full refund in whatever form you wish (cash, back on credit card, gift card, or store credit). Product Demonstrations subject to change without notice.


Andrea Daniel said...

I attended Lee Tobin's class, and it was time well spent. My cooking skills are horrible, so recipes in books and online don't always turn-out well for me due to user error. It was great to watch someone go through the recipe and add his own comments and answer questions along the way. I look forward to his next class.

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