March 2018 

I am excited to introduce a series of healthy cooking workshops that go beyond traditional cooking classes. Not only will these workshops teach you culinary essentials such as basic knife skills, fundamental ingredients you should always keep in your kitchen, and simple techniques for quick meal prep, you will also learn the nutritional benefits of fresh, whole foods and how to prepare them to make healthy and delicious dishes that will get you motivated and inspired to get in the kitchen and start cooking!  
All of our workshops are offered as hands-on or demonstration style within a small group environment, giving more one-on-one instruction, allowing for questions, discussion, and guidance to maximize your experience. Our recipes focus on using nutrient-rich foods to help improve health, prevent chronic disease, and have fun in the kitchen!
Participants will enjoy a serving of each dish prepared, all made from organic seasonal produce and non-GMO ingredients. Your choice of organic red or white wine is available by the glass should you wish to have wine accompany your meal. In addition, all courses include a take-home recipe and info packet, and a small gift from your instructors, as a token of our thanks!  
Sign up for any class individually or register for all 3 and receive 10% off!

Small Bites, Big Flavors                        
Thursday, April 26, 2018
7 - 9:30 pm 
These dishes take a refreshing spin on classics and are great for entertaining!  Forget frozen boxed apps - learn how to make tasty, eye-catching dishes using fresh, seasonal ingredients that can be served as appetizers or main dishes.  

Explore the one food group our cells crave more than any other and how to make them taste delicious!   So whether you want to impress your guests, or just switch up your family menus, this course is for you!

Farm to Table - Seasonal Salads + Homemade Dressings Made Easy
Thursday, May 10, 2018
7 - 9:30 pm
Eating more whole plant-based foods means more antioxidants, and more vitamins, minerals and fiber. Ultimately, it means a healthier you!  A plant-inspired diet can heal not only our bodies, but our environment as well.  

We will be highlighting the diverse flavors and textures of the abundance of fresh local produce that's in season this Spring and learn to incorporate these delicious veggies into healthy, balanced main meal salads - both simple and satisfying.  Never settle for bottled salad dressing again: learn how easy it is to throw together simple ingredients that masterfully dress any salad.
Mediterranean Plate: From Land and Sea
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
7 - 9:30 pm
In this hands-on class, we'll explore the Mediterranean diet, famed for its anti-inflammatory benefits and longevity. Chef Eszter will guide you as you handcraft a two-course rustic, hearty meal using a versatile, flavorful sauce for both fish and fowl. Enjoy a glass of red wine while we explore Mediterranean staples like extra virgin olive oil, wild fish, dark leafy greens, nuts, seeds, and herbs.

All classes will be held at my home in Bethesda.  Details will be sent when you register.  
Meet Your Instructors
Eszter Boncz  moved to the U.S. five years ago after living in Europe all her life. She gradua ted with ho nors from L`Academie de Cuisine where she trained with skilled French chefs. She worked at the fine dining restaurant Fiola in Washington DC before setting up her own personal chef co mpa ny.

Chef Eszter specializes in gourmet in-home prepared meals, private dinner parties, in-home cooking lessons and menu development. Preparing flavorful, healthy dishes is what she loves to do and relishes the challenge of accommodating dietary restrictions, making everything she makes delicious and nutritious.

Lori Fish Bard is a certified Health and Wellness Counselor who loves educating about the power of food , inspiring you to consider your diet's role in achieving optimal health. As founder of Healthy Heartbeet Nutrition Counseling, she maintains a private health coaching practice located in Bethesda, MD as well as does nutrition presentations throughout the DC area. 

Lori received her training and certification in integrative health coaching from the internationally recognized training program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City. She is a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP) and a member of the International Association for Health Coaches (IAHC). She also serves on the Advisory Board of the Celiac Disease Program at Children's National in Washington, DC.  Lori is currently pursuing her masters in clinical nutrition.
Be in touch if I can support you around your health in any way.   You can email me at  lorifishbard@gmail.com   or visit me online at  www.healthyheartbeet.com .



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