Chicken Cacciatore in a Slow CookerChicken cacciatore is Italian for "hunter's chicken," and it's a classic, simple way to prepare poultry. This version has added vegetables and makes use of inexpensive leg pieces, which stew to tender perfection in the slow-cooker. Serving the flavorful sauce over brown rice stretches the meat, and makes use of every drop of chickeny goodness.
Enjoy an evening of inspiring self-care tips and techniques. Gain knowledge of your innate power and how to access it to deal with anxiety and depression. Discover how to honor yourself and your gifts through self care methods that cultivate love, nurture and empowerment.
Learn how to prepare decadently delicious chocolate desserts that also provide radiant health benefits. Join Clinical Nutritionist and Whole Foods Chef Julianne Soteriou as she teaches easy to prepare recipes such as Raw Cacao Truffles, Molded Heart Shaped Chocolates, Sea Salt Caramel Chocolate Bark, and Goji Berry Apricot Energy Bars with Raw Cacao Nibs. Julianne will share her knowledge of all the amazing health-giving properties found in cacao as well as offer sugar free and low-blood sugar impact variations for all recipes.
Join us in the Co-op Classroom for a Valentine Cookie Decorating Party. We’ll supply fresh baked gluten free and traditional sugar cookies, a delicious frosting and organic decorations. We will be joined by Ashland’s Professional Musical Unicorn, JenUwin! Stop by to create your edible masterpiece and be delighted with unicorn stories, songs and games. This event is free and open to the public. We encourage guests to bring nonperishable food items to donate to the Ashland Emergency Food Bank’s Winter Food Drive.
Tracking the natural designs of the female psychology, we’ll discuss how interactions with our environment, food and community affect the functioning of our female hormonal systems. This lecture will provide easily integrated self-care tips for thyroid, adrenal, sexual and hormonal health.
Learn how to restore digestive health to prevent your immune system from mounting unwanted inflammatory responses. Victoria’s recipes use food as medicine to heal the digestive tract, help assimilate nutrients, move forward with a clear mind and fully utilize the restorative process that occurs naturally in our body. Recipes include Probiotic Lemonade, Warm Smoothie “Digestive Tonic”, Blended Green Root Soup made with Potassium Broth, Homemade Sauerkraut and Pickled Vegetables, Beet Kavass Liver Tonic, and a Vegan Berry Sorbet.
Current research shows that one of the keys to resilience and happiness is developing and maintaining meaningful relationships. Join us as we explore how to dig deeper to create the friendships you want. You may meet new people and even make new friends.