Learn how to cook like a pro

Learn how to cook! Join Blush Lane Organics for cooking classes at our Edmonton location on Whyte Ave.You shop at Blush Lane for fresh, organic, local food. Now learn how to cook it like a pro! Exclusively at Blush Lane Whyte Ave. in Edmonton.

Blush Lane Whyte Ave. offers a wide variety of topics around food preparation including how to use food to naturally detox, how to prepare foods for those with food sensitivities and diet choices like veganism. Learn how to create fast and healthy food with our quick and easy meals, perfect for life on the go!

Food can be our medicine and strongest ally when it comes to maintaining our family’s health, so we are proud to offer these classes throughout the year. Great recipes, tips and guidance will help you make the most of your groceries.

Cooking class information

Dates: See below for the complete list of upcoming classes. Note that there are no classes in July and August.

Location: Roots on Whyte Community Building in the third-floor conference room.

Time: Classes begin at 6 pm and are around two hours long.

Registration: Registration is in-store at the Blush Lane Whyte Ave. location. More information is also available in-store.

Cost: A $10 deposit is required to save a spot, but it is reimbursed as a gift card at the class.

Upcoming cooking classes

DATEPRESENTERTOPIC
Tuesday, December 12, 2017Heather MowatHoliday Elixirs
Tuesday, January 30, 2018Erin SmandychTBA
Tuesday, February 13, 2018Friederike SavicTBA
Tuesday, February 27, 2018Jody ShenkarekTBA

Recipes

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A Vegan Charcuterie Board: Your New Favourite Holiday Appy

During the holidays, dinner parties and potlucks are on the rise. While it’d be nice to arrive at a party empty-handed (because I can be lazy like that), more often than not, parties require me to bring an appetizer. Most party appetizers…
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What's Water Kefir And Why Should You Drink It?

Traditionally, kefir originated as a probiotic-rich milk drink in the Caucasus Mountains. It’s been around since the 1800s and was made by mixing cow, goat, or sheep milk with a probiotic culture. It has a taste and texture similar to thin…
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3 Reasons Why We're Buzzin' About Honey

Honey has been around for years. It's a sweet viscous substance produced by bees, and since the dawn of time (okay, not that long but still) we've often used it as a sweetener. Some of us delve further into the honey world by using it as a hydrating…

Class topics and instructors