Girl power and great food - what a team! Bring your mother, your sister, your daughter, and your BFF for this refreshing menu of perfectly pink foods that can help you reduce your risk for breast cancer.
Summerberry Lemonade * Watermelon Salsa * Raspberry Spring Greens Salad * Honey-Lime Glazed Salmon * Perfect Potato Salad * Pink-Topped Chocolate Cupcakes
All classes are from 6:30-8:30 p.m., and taught by a Missouri Baptist registered dietitian and a Dierbergs Culinary Staff Professional.
May 15, Thursday
Dierbergs West Oak School of Cooking
June 4, Wednesday
Dierbergs Southroads School of Cooking
June 12, Thursday
Dierbergs Bogey Hills School of Cooking
June 17, Tuesday
Dierbergs Edwardsville School of Cooking
June 30, Monday
Dierbergs Clarkson School of Cooking
Register through Dierbergs
The red heart logo on the Eat Hearty shelf tag helps you identify heart-healthy foods. The red heart identifies foods that do not exceed specific levels for total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium, as recommended in the latest Food and Drug Administration guidelines. Dierbergs home economists and Missouri Baptist Medical Center registered dietitians regularly evaluate foods to determine which qualify as Eat Hearty selections.