Event Details
Event Type: Online Class

February 18, 2022
4:30pm - 6:00pm
At your computer/device
Rosalyne Tu

Event Registration

Healthy Kitchen, Cooking Together – Heart-Healthy Fish

The American Heart Association recommends eating fish twice a week as a way to improve heart health. Fish is an excellent source of protein and, unlike some other meat, is not high in saturated fat. In addition, research has shown that omega-3 fatty acids like those found in fish can reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke.

In this virtual cooking class, you will learn the many health benefits of including fish as part of your diet. Then, fire up your kitchen to prepare a satisfying and delicious, heart-healthy pescatarian meal that you can enjoy for dinner. You’ll learn easy, hands-on techniques to bring this healthy ingredient to your table.

We will be cooking a warm salmon bowl perfect for the winter season. The salmon will be prepared en papillote style and served with farro and a spring mix salad with a balsamic basil dressing. No matter if you are cooking for one or cooking for a family, the menu can be adjusted to meet your personal needs. The recipe, including ingredients and equipment needed, will be sent out with your class confirmation so you’ll have time to shop for ingredients in advance.

Instructor: Rosalyne Tu, MS, RDN, has been working as a dietitian since 2003 and has been teaching the Healthy Kitchen series of classes at Stanford since 2011. She is currently a nutrition coach and instructor for BeWell’s Healthy Living program and manager of the BeWell Check-in.

Class details are subject to change.