Henry Ford West Bloomfield Offers Couples Cooking Class and More

February cooking classes focus on making sushi and soups.

Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital offers February classes. Photo credit: Patch file photo
Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital offers February classes. Photo credit: Patch file photo
Celebrate Valentine's Day a little early at Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, with a Feb. 13 cooking class for couples interested in learning how to make sushi. 

Here's more information about Sushi for Couples and other February events at the hospital:

Sushi for Couples - Feb. 13, 6 p.m.
$39 per person
This interactive class with guest chef Amber Pourpore provides a hands-on approach to crafting sushi. It provides rice-rolling recruits with their own sushi mats, dipping sauces, and a multitude of fresh fish and vegetables, such as salmon, tuna and other healthy ingredients.

Soups: A touch of elegance and taste for any occasion - Feb. 20, 6 p.m.
Create a basic portfolio of healthy soups for the long Michigan winter. Discover easy, refined ideas for making soups to be served now or later. Guest Chef Drew Sayes, executive chef of the Townsend Hotel, will feature Roasted Squash Velouté, Chicken Noodle, and White Bean Chicken Chili.

Heart Smart Living: The Nutritional Approach - Feb. 25, 5:30 p.m.
Join Darlene Zimmerman, R.D., Henry Ford Heart & Vascular Institute, as she discusses Five Simple Solutions to Heart Smart Living. Learn how to shop for and prepare an easy eating plan that can reduce your risk of heart disease without sacrificing enjoyment.

Vein Clinic: What’s New? - Feb. 27, 5:30 p.m.
Join Henry Ford experts in vascular medicine and surgery in a discussion of the new approach and cutting-edge treatment for people with prominent or bulging veins, unexplained leg swelling, or heavy legs in the evening. 

Registration is required; cooking class registration closes 72 hours before the start of class. To learn more or register, call 248-325-3890, or write to dk@hfhs.org.


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