Beginner-level cooking workshops for adults with diabetes
Experience HHDC's Chickasaw Nation Teaching Kitchen, and learn simple ways to modify your cooking for better health. Sessions are led by Certified Diabetes Educators and Registered Dietitians. Availability is limited to the first 20 adults who enroll for the series.
Each session provides:
- Narrated demonstration with Q&A
- Healthful recipes you can practice in your own kitchen with minimal ingredients and fuss
- Tips on planning your meals
- Guidance on seasonal foods and cooking methods
- Free samples of foods prepared
2019 Schedule and Topics
Sessions begin at 2:00pm and last about one hour each.
Wednesday, Feb. 6 -- Quick and Easy Meals
Wednesday, April 3 -- Delicious and Healthy Snacks
Wednesday, June 5 -- Meal-Planning Using the Diabetes Plate Rule
Wednesday, Aug. 7 -- Fresh Summer Salads
Wednesday, Oct. 2 -- Healthy Cooking on a Budget
Wednesday, Dec. 4 -- Healthy Holiday Cooking
Location: Harold Hamm Diabetes Center (OKC), Chickasaw Nation Teaching Kitchen, Third Floor | Location details
When you enroll for Live On Home Cooking!, be prepared to commit to all six sessions in the series. You must be either a patient in our Adult Clinic (any patient service) or enrolled in PreventT2 for diabetes prevention.
This program is offered at no cost to participants, thanks to the generous support of HHDC donors and partners.
Call (405) 271-1000, press "1" for appointments, and ask to enroll in the Live On Home Cooking! workshops beginning February 6th.
You may also be interested in the Love to Cook Learning Series, a larger group demonstration held on alternate months and provided in partnership with USDA/SNAP | Get details on the Love to Cook Learning Series