Gluten-free Cooking Classes with Genevieve Sherrow

Some of you may remember our very first Community Event back in January when Genevieve Sherrow came and shared her personal journey of transitioning to a gluten-free lifestyle, talked about her new book (Gluten Free Warrior) and brought some crazy good samples of some of her gluten-free recipes. We're happy to announce that Genevieve has recently partnered with La Cucina at Reading Terminal Market for a series of gluten-free cooking classes.  Check 'em out!  Here are the deets: Thursday, June 2nd 5:45-7:45 PM: Gluten-free Budget Friendly, Quick and Easy: GF diets can be costly. Relying on whole foods such as bulk grains and legumes, fruits and vegetables can be your best bet when designing quick, budget conscious, nutritious meals. We’ll make satisfying whole foods meals that you can prepare in less than 30 minutes for under $20 including: Eat the Rainbow Veggie Chili, Chickpea Vegetable Curry and Stir-fry of Carrot, Celery, Zucchini and Mushroom with simmered quinoa (Vegetarian, no eggs and no dairy). Saturday, June 25th 11-1 PM: Gluten-free Brunch: Brunch is an ideal time to nourish, relax and cook! In this class we’ll make nourishing whole grain breakfast dishes that are sure to jump-start your day.  Millet Porridge with Peaches, Scallion, Walnut and Nori Scramble, Hearty Buckwheat Waffles.  Recipes include eggs and dairy. Classes are $30 and include food samples, recipes and educational  materials.  You can register by contacting Anna Florio @ 215-922-1170. Genevieve Sherrow, MS, CN, has been living gluten-free since 2007. She completed a Master’s of Science in Integrative Nutrition in 2009 at Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. Genevieve is Founder of Gluten-free Warrior, a Philadelphia-based company specializing in education, counseling, writing, food service and restaurant consulting. Gluten-free Warrior is also a therapeutic whole foods cookbook designed for individuals living gluten-free and wheat-free. For more information about Genevieve, visit and