Join us in the Kitchen!
The Simple Cooking with Heart Kitchen, located at The UA House at Fayette, 1100 E. Fayette Street, offers hands-on, affordable cooking classes for individuals and groups. Led by our chef, students will prepare a heart-healthy main course with appropriate side dishes to take home to their family, along with the recipe they used.
Students work with common appliances and basic cooking tools that are typically used in a standard home kitchen. Each class will include nutritional information, basic food safety and sanitation overviews, recipes and the preparation of a meal.
For groups of 8 or more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Heart Association is committed to a world where everyone can live a longer, healthier life. That means we are committed to the health and safety of all our friends and supporters who join us in the Simple Cooking with Heart Kitchen. As a science-based organization, we closely follow public health guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as advisories from the Maryland Department of Health and Baltimore City Health Department regarding COVID-19, also known as coronavirus.
The American Heart Association is committed to the health and safety of our class participants, volunteers, vendors, and staff at the Simple Cooking with Heart Kitchen. We have been monitoring and reacting to the situation daily and in the interest of public safety, we have made the decision to cancel classes in the kitchen for the next two weeks with our intention of resuming on Friday, March 27, 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation daily and should this date need to change, we will be in touch with an update as soon as possible.
We appreciate your support and grace as we adapt our plans.
Below are some resources around COVID-19 that you might find helpful:
The American Heart Association is advising caution and preparation for people who have heart disease or who have survived a stroke, because they are among those facing a higher risk of complications from the coronavirus COVID-19.