Brains Behind Feast Pop-Up Dinners Now Offering BYOB Cooking Classes

Have your kale, and learn to cook it too.

Finding drool-worthy healthy food can be hard; making your own drool-worthy healthy food can be even harder. But sometimes all we want to do is make our own plant-packed pizzas — and have them look just as good as the versions on Pinterest.

Back in January, we told you guys all about Feast, a seasonal vegan supper club put on by local health coach Jessica Baumgardner that offers three-course plant-based pop-up dinners at Animo. And now, the nutrition and culinary experts behind Feast are helping to make your Pinterest-worthy homemade dinner dreams come true: Starting October 6th, Baumgardner and her partner, Jen Clark, will be offering pop-up healthy cooking classes at Bella Vista’s Function Coffee Labs, with the first class focusing on plant-based proteins.

From making bangin’ gluten-free pizzas to whipping up your own nut milks, these two chefsperts will be covering all sorts of culinary skills you KNOW you’ve been dying to learn. Upcoming classes include a guilt-free Thanksgiving primer and a Sweet Treats class that gives you the lowdown on desserts made sans refined sugars.

And no need to worry about your cooking skills being up to par — the intimate setting (around 10 to 15 people per class) will give you plenty of one-on-one learning time with the masters. Oh! And did we mention the classes are BYOB? Because they are.

And for everyone who slacked on making date-night plans, note: Feast will be returning this Friday, September 23rd, at Animo’s Logan Circle location at 7:30 p.m. You can find more information on how to sign up for for both the cooking classes and Feast here.

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