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The DSANV Cooking Club is focused on maximizing choice, ensuring hands-on engagement, using adaptations (as needed to ensure safety) and promoting families cooking together.
Offerings alternate between a series of cooking club classes and cooking challenges.
For each Smoothie/Sandwich Clinic there will be at least two choices of fruit smoothies, and two choices of sandwiches. For the sandwich choices we’ll offer a meat option such as deli turkey, grilled chicken, or Philly Cheese Steak. We’ll also offer non-meat options such as grilled cheese, banana, strawberry and peanut butter sandwiches. Each month: June, July and August will have different choices.
You can drop off anytime between 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. Parents can relax and chat. YMSL volunteers assist with making the smoothies and sandwiches.Smoothie/Sandwich Clinics are great way to eat a healthy lunch and catch up with friends. Clinic dates will be June 10, July 22 and August 5.
Franky Hickok and Lucy Wittman
Benjamin Slottow and Beth Trammell
Josh Murphy and Marlee McDaniel
Zucchini Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chicken, Broccoli Keto Casserole
Chicken Fajitas in Bell Peppers
Broccoli, Banana, Berry Smoothie
Broccoli, Cheddar Corn Muffins
Broccoli, Tomato, Spinach Frittata
DSANV thanks Janice Goldschmidt, educator and author of the foundational text we use in our Cooking Club, for sharing the recipes she has compiled in her work at Community Support Services, Inc.: here
Peanut Butter, Strawberry, Banana Sandwich
Chicken, Mozzarella, Pesto, Tomato Sandwich
Watermelon Cucumber Feta Salad
20 minute one bowl Keto Fudge Bars
Recipes from the Spring Cooking Club
Parchment Banana and chocolate
Sheet Pan Chocolate Covered Matzah
Turkey Cheeseburger Muffin Tin
Recipes from the Summer/Fall Cooking Club:
Videos for 2021 Summer Cooking Picnic Challenges
Videos by Stacy
Janice Goldschmidt is the Director of Nutrition Services at Community Support Services, Inc. at the University of Maryland. DSANV members are welcome to join the weekly Food For Thought Virtual Cooking Class held on Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 11:00 via zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85293047878.
What’s for Dinner? is another program offered through Community Support Services, Inc. that offers shopping lists, videos and pictorial recipes.
During the second Cooking Club, Sofia and Jeanette Puritano created a Powerpoint that shows all the options of tortillas and toppings you can use when making tacos.
The 2020 Summer/Fall Cooking Club was a success! Each class featured a pictorial recipe along with follow along cooking demonstration. Four of the classes also featured guest speakers including: