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Let’s face it: Now that Riverbend, Bonnaroo, and the Weird Bass Music Festival are over, your body could probably use a nice, healthy, home-cooked meal. Burn better than you bake? No problem! Cooking on the Rooftop, which takes place at the Creative Discovery Museum, is a fun, educational event that’s great for the entire family, no matter what cooking skills you do or don’t possess.
Chef Nick Goeller from 212 Market will be using local ingredients, including some from the museum’s rooftop garden, to show you how easy (and fast) it is to whip up something healthy at home.
Cooking on the Rooftop, now in its third year, is an annual summertime event sponsored by Arts Build of Greater Chattanooga and the Tennessee Arts Commission.
You have four opportunities during the summer to catch this hands-on workshop: Saturday, June 22; Saturday, June 27, Sunday, July 28, and Saturday, August 10. All sessions are from noon - 1 p.m. Workshop is included in price of admission.
Creative Discovery Museum, 321 Chestnut St. (423) 648-6043, cdmfun.org