According to Wikipedia, brunch is “a meal eaten between breakfast and lunch, and is a substitute for both these meals”. Employees can enjoy the perfect mix of both meals at the annual spring cooking demonstration on Wednesday, April 10.
Participants will sip on non-alcoholic mimosas while learning how to prepare frittatas, fruit salad with a honey yogurt sauce and baked potato wedges. Tracey Sinibaldi, a registered dietitian, will interactively instruct as she prepares the recipes for sampling.
The cooking demonstration will take place in 204 Willard Hall at 11:30am and, again, at 1pm. Those interested can pre-register for one of two demonstrations. Cost of this event is 10 Wellness Dollars. Seating is limited.
Register online at HealthyU -- log in, click on the box to register for a Wellness Center program, then find the information on the cooking demonstrations under “lecture” -- or by calling the HealthyU program office at 831-8388.