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Help us celebrate the new book by our founder and CEO John Mackey. Stop in to take a look at this exciting new book and enter to win 1 of 3 copies we are giving away on January 17. See official rules in stores, no purchase necessary .
When you shop with us today 5% of your purchase will be donated to Therapeutic Riding, Inc., affectionately known as TRI. TRI is a volunteer-based, 501 (c)(3), non-profit organization that provides the opportunity for personal growth through the horseback riding experience to Washtenaw County, Michigan area youth and adults with disabilities. Their mission is to develop physical, cognitive, and emotional capabilities and to enhance self-esteem through therapeutic riding. Founded in 1984, TRI receives no government funding and relies on individual and corporate donations, fund raising events, grants and rider fees to meet its operating budget.
Whole Foods Market celebrates healthy eating for the New Year with a Health Starts Here (HSH) Passport event that showcases good for you foods and recipes. Using the WFM HSH passport as a guide, shoppers can taste nourishing foods in each department and learn how a few simple dietary changes can impact lifelong health. Shoppers who visit all the sample stations and complete the passport can enter to win a Healthy Pantry Makeover. The winner will receive a $50 Whole Foods Market gift card, along with a list of suggested healthy pantry products recommended by our HSH experts. Whole Foods Market’s Health Starts Here program provides healthy eating education with the goal of empowering customers, team members and stakeholders to make the best health-supportive, delicious food choices to maximize personal health and vitality. HSH focuses on four pillars of healthy eating: real foods that are whole, fresh, natural, organic, local, seasonal and unprocessed; plant based foods; healthy fats from plant sources such as nuts, seeds and avocados; and nutrient dense foods.
Clean out your pantry and get ready for a healthier you in 2013! Bring at least 2 non-perishable items to our Customer Service desk during the 14-Day Blast Off taking place on line. (January 14th-27th) . Your donation makes you eligible to enter our sweepstakes to win two free tickets ($80 value) to attend the 28-Day Healthy Eating Challenge Class that begins on February 8th and 9th. All donations will be given to Food Gatherers. On January 28th, we will draw a winner!
Prepare and enjoy three traditional soups: "acqua cotta" (Tuscan style vegetarian soup made with porcini mushrooms in a tomato based broth), "zuppa verde" (spinach and swiss chard soup, cooked in a chicken based broth with sauteed leeks), "zuppa di lenticchie" (lentil soup made with bits of Italian sausage in a tomato based broth with fresh herbs). All the soups will be served with homemade crostini and a seasonal salad or vegetable. This class is held in the Cooking and Lifestyles Classroom at Whole Foods Market, 3135 Washtenaw Ave., in Ann Arbor. Students may register on-line through www.wccnet.edu
How you eat can help elevate your exerise. We'll share ideas, favorite recipes, and more. Follow #wfmdish on Twitter to join the conversation from 6pm - 7pm CST.
Relax and enjoy a free, private facial in the classroom with Adrianne, our MyChelle VISIA and skin care specialist. Adrianne will treat you to 15 minutes of relaxing facial bliss and answer your skin care questions. Appointments are limited. Please call and register with our Whole Body Department at 734-975-4500.
Buy local! Today meet some of our local entrepreneur vendors and learn their stories. Taste the delicious products they produce locally. Consider the importance of buying locally produced products to build our local economy. The shorter distance between producer and your table also has a positive environmental impact.
Seafood plays a prominent role in the cuisine of southern Italy due to its proximity to the sea. Francesca prepares a magnificent Swordfish Roll by rolling thin strips of swordfish with olives, herbs and breadcrumbs. This is complemented by a comforting Italian-styled Potato au Gratin. Finish this meal with Baked Apples stuffed with amaretto cookies, brown sugar and cognac. This class is held in the Cooking and Lifestyles Classroom at Whole Foods Market, 3135 Washtenaw Ave, Please register with Ann Arbor Community Education & Recreation. Pre-registration required. Call 734-994-2300 x 53203. www.aareced.com.
Having several versatile sauce and condiment ideas in your cooking repertoire can enhance your pasta dishes, as sides or entrees. Let our "seasoned," culinary instructor, Francesca, come to the rescue with several favorites! You'll learn to make "Bolognese" sauce (made with ground pork and sirloin, diced vegetables and herbs, cooked in a red wine and tomato sauce and served with tagliatelle pasta), "pasta alla norma" (Sicilian style tomato sauce cooked with onions, garlic and basil, served with penne pasta and topped with fried eggplant and ricotta cheese), "strascinati" (Umbrian style eggless pasta topped with homemade sausage ragu made with chicken stock and tomato puree). The pasta dishes will be served with a seasonal salad. This class is held in the Cooking and Lifestyles Classroom at Whole Foods Market, 3135 Washtenaw Ave., in Ann Arbor. Students may register on-line through www.wccnet.edu
You've heard about "super foods" but what's behind all of the hype? Join us on Twitter from 6pm - 7pm CST to discuss just what super foods are, what they can do for you, and how to get more of them in your diet in tasy ways. Follow #wfmdish on Twitter to join the conversation.
Small plates from around the Mediterranean offer exciting flavors for little effort. Misty will create Tortillitas con Camarones (chick pea flour and shrimp pancakes), Greek-style Giant Beans with roasted peppers and olive oil, Chard Frittata, Marinated Mussels with Spanish Chorizo, and Middle Eastern Herbed Potato Patties with a garlicky yogurt sauce. This class is held in the Cooking and Lifestyles Classroom at Whole Foods Market, 3135 Washtenaw Ave, Please register with Ann Arbor Community Education & Recreation. Pre-registration required. Call 734-994-2300 x 53203. www.aareced.com.
Enjoy tasting several batches of potato pancakes with different fillings. This is a simple dish but can be made into a variety of dishes by just adding different ingredients. They will contain eggs. A Green Salad with a homemade vinaigrette and a Blueberry Clafouti, adapted from a Julia Child recipe using gluten-free grains, help round out your meal. This class is held in the Cooking and Lifestyles Classroom at Whole Foods Market, 3135 Washtenaw Ave, Please register with Ann Arbor Community Education & Recreation. Pre-registration required. Call 734-994-2300 x 53203. www.aareced.com.