Planning and preparing meals can be an incredible challenge in an already stressful time. Cooking Matters® at Home offers ideas for how you can use what foods are available to create quick, family-friendly, low-cost meals.
Cooking Matters® courses offer FREE, five week long virtual cooking courses to adults, parents, and families. Each course is team-taught by a nutrition educator.
Food Storage & Kitchen Safety - Help maximize household food resources, store or preserve their fresh foods safely, and avoid numerous grocery store trips during this health crisis.
Family Meals - Help plan and prepare quick, budget-friendly, chaos free meals at home during this public health crisis.
Kids in the Kitchen - Encourage families to work together to make healthy meals and snacks that everyone will enjoy, especially while home from school, work, and daycare.
Recipes - Learn how to adjust recipes to maximize your food resources and meet yours and your family’s needs, especially in the context of COVID-19.
Snacking - Encourage smart snack choices for you and your kids.
If you require any accommodations to fully participate in a virtual session or have questions, please email email@example.com.
The University of Michigan has partnered with MSU Extension to bring Cooking Matters® classes to adults, parents and families. Courtesy of Cooking Matters® by Share Our Strength®
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