Free Youth Cooking Class

I received an email from Diana Limbach, program manager for Take Back the Kitchen (TBK), a program at The Haley House in Boston.  She informed me that TBK is proud to host a free open cooking class for youth of all ages this Saturday, Jan 23 from 3-5 pm.

The class is generously sponsored by the National Council for Negro Women and will be taught by our wonderful guest teacher, Fulani Haynes. Class will be held at our Haley House Bakery Cafe, at 12 Dade Street in Dudley Square, MA.

RSVP by Friday Jan 22. With any questions please contact Diana Limbach at

Take Back the Kitchen is a dynamic education program at Haley House Bakery Café in Roxbury’s Dudley Square neighborhood. We teach cooking techniques and health education to youth and adults in our community. We offer adult, parent-child, and youth classes in our professional kitchen, which combine health and food justice lessons with a professionally led, hands-on culinary lab course. Our mission is to equip our students with hands on culinary skills and health education to make the healthful, sustainable food decisions that combat growing health disparities in our community.

I feel honored to support such an ambitious and important community food program in Boston.  I’m a firm believer that some the tastiest food is grown locally and the product of your own work and creativity. What a gift to pass on to the rising generation.  Their motto: Learn to Cook. Pass It On.
Your neighborhood nutritionist in the Greater Boston Area,