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Two Family Cooking Nights

Thu, 01/19/2023 - 10:20
The Bridgehampton School
Durell Godfrey

Project Most, the East Hampton nonprofit organization dedicated to providing after-school, weekend, and vacation programs for children, will hold two healthy-cooking gatherings at the Bridgehampton School for children and families in that district.

The first will be on Monday from 6 to 8 p.m., with a menu of baked chicken, brown rice salad, vegetable and bean soup, salsa and dip, and “disappearing muffins.”

The second will take place on Feb. 13, also from 6 to 8 p.m. The theme, for Valentine’s Day, is “healthy heart” cooking. The menu includes pizza tortilla hearts, roasted vegetables, rainbow fruit skewers with chocolate hummus, frozen banana pops, and a breakfast casserole.

Kids of all ages are welcomed, and they must have an adult caregiver present. Registration is with Michael Miller, the school’s principal, at 631-998-1399 or [email protected].

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