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Thursday, January 31, 2008

World peace cuisine cooking classes

I received the following flyer from a local vegetarian e-mail group I am a part of. If anyone here registers, be sure to let us know how the classes are going!

World Peace Cuisine Cooking Class

Join Mark Stroud, Culinary Olympic award-winning chef, in exploring our daily food choices and how they impact and express our spiritual, mental, and physical lives and the world around us. Part lecture, part discussion, part hands-on cooking class, we will create together delicious and delectable morsels to satisfy our appetite for World Peace!

Dates: February 7 – March 13, 6 weeks
Day/Time: Thursday nights, 7:00 - 9:30 p.m.
Required Book: World Peace Diet, by Dr. Will Tuttle

Fee: $29/class
Prepay $174 for the series and receive the book FREE!
Location: Kitchen
Facilitator: Mark Stroud

New Thought Unity Center
1401 E. McMillan St.
Cincinnati, OH 45206
513-961-2527, www.ntunity.org


1 Comments:

at 12:58 PM Blogger Stepf said...

Stroud is the former co-owner of Christos and Drivakis, the vegan/vegetarian restaurant in Winton Place. The restaurant closed in the mid 80s. I met Graydon, one of his sons and a Midwest Culinary Institute graduate, a while back. I'm really interested in this. My yoga teacher, Kim, had some literature on the book. I'm interested in reading it. Graydon told me to read the book,too.

 
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