Menu For The Week Of 5/20/15

Spring 11 Menu Highlights

  • Greek Lemon Chicken Soup (Avgolemono)
  • French Lentil Soup with Salted Pork, Nettles, and Green Garlic*
  • Creamy Carrot-Ginger Soup*
    falafel salad
    Falafel with Tahini Yogurt Dressing are wonderful on salad
  • Tex Mex Ground Beef*
  • Cottage Pie with Cauliflower Mash*
  • Mushroom Walnut Pate*
  • Falafel Dough
  • Spring Herb Mini Meatloaf*
  • Green Lentil Hummus*
  • Coconut Tikka Masala Sauce*
  • Classic Kraut*
  • TSH Mayonnaise
  • Cultured Barbecue Sauce*
  • Sundried Tomato Pesto*
  • Strawberry-Apricot Crumble
  • Cardamom-Scented Tapioca Pudding
*GAPS Diet-friendly Recipes

Baby Talk Lecture Series

Baby Talk Series- Topics in Holistic Parenting

“The Fourth Trimester” class this Sunday! – CLASS CANCELED

Join Tara Levy, ND and Lael Stimming, LM for a series of classes and discussions on Holistic Approaches to Parenting. This 3-part series will focus on the topics below and will provide helpful information for both new and soon-to-be parents. All classes will be held at Three Stone Hearth, 1581 University Avenue.

Tara Levy
Tara Levy

We had a great turnout for our first class of the series, Beyond Breastmilk: First Foods, Family, and Health on Sunday, April 26th. There are two opportunities left to attend this series.  

Lael Stimming
Lael Stimming

The Fourth Trimester       

Sunday, May 17th, 4:30-6:30 pm

This class will focus on the transition from Pregnancy to Parenting.  The physiologic changes that occur for Mom and baby before, during and after childbirth as well as ways to support and nourish a mother, baby, and new family in the first weeks and months after birth will be discussed.

In addition to postpartum care for Mom, we will also discuss basics of newborn care.  A great companion to a birth-preparation class!

Preparing for Pregnancy

Sunday, June 14th, 4:30- 6:30 pm

Thinking about starting a family?  Appropriate for both men and women, this class will discuss things to consider BEFORE you start trying to conceive.  We will discuss diet and lifestyle factors, environmental concerns, and dietary supplements shown to impact fertility so that you can begin your journey to a successful and healthy pregnancy.

Dr. Tara Levy is a naturopathic doctor with a 15-year family practice  focusing on women and children in the East Bay. A parent to both an infant and a teen, she works personally and professionally with a variety of childhood issues.

Lael Stimming is a licensed midwife with a home birth practice in the East Bay, San Francisco, and Marin. The mother of four, Lael brings a wealth of practical knowledge to all her parenting classes.

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Coming in June!

Nutritional Support for Special-Needs Children with Sara Russell

Thursday, June 4th, 5:30 – 7:00 pm

Children with special needs, such as autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, and sensory processing disorders have special nutritional needs, but these very children often turn out to be fairly picky in their eating choices. Learn what you can do to nourish your child’s physical, emotional, and cognitive development while at the same time dealing with any of your child’s specific food attachments or aversions that may be getting in the way of success.

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The Local Economy Solution with Michael Shuman
Sunday, June 7th, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
How Innovative, Self-Financing “Pollinator” Enterprises Can Grow Jobs and Prosperity
The Local Economy Solution Join economist, attorney, and community economics expert Michael Shuman for a discussion of his new book, The Local Economy Solution. Drawing on more than two dozen examples of what he calls “pollinator” enterprises, Shuman explores self-financing entities that stimulate and strengthen other local businesses.

Come explore new models for community economic development, and how you can help our local economy flourish.

 

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