Cooking with Edible Education: Citrus & Quinoa



Tuesday, January 26th // Two Opportunities

4:30 to 5:45 and 6:30 to 7:45PM


The Beet at Ellwood’s


Edible Education™ founder Chef Ann Butler & Team


Edible Education™ founder Chef Ann Butler and Ellwood Thompson’s founder Rick Hood are hungry to get America’s kids eating right. This January 2016, our two Richmond-based organization have partnered to host monthly cooking classes for kids, and their parents.

On the last Tuesday of each month at Ellwood Thompson’s, Ann Butler and her team of chefs will be teaching cooking classes in our Beet Café. “Ann’s goals and organization fit right into our goal to create a personal connection with our customers,” says Hood, who is on a mission to feed the heart and soul of his community through his commitment to selling and serving local and organic foods.

Butler says she’s thrilled to be teaming up with Ellwood Thompson’s Market. “If kids get 50 hours of culinary education by the time they are 12, it’ll change the way they feel about food. I have seen too many children think that Raman noodles and Red Bull are a complete meal. I started my company with one idea in mind — if kids cut it, touch it, and taste it, they’ll eat meals that are not only yummy, but will keep them healthy for the rest of their lives.”

This Month’s Topic: Citrus & Quinoa

Kids and Parents can BOTH sign up for these classes.  Kids will be cooking Chocolate Quinoa Cupcakes + Citrus Snowmen and parents will be cooking Confetti Quinoa and Red Onion + Citrus Salad.


$25 for kids // $45 for kids + parent

Register for class

Space is limited for this class so advance registration is required.

Sign up for the 4:30 OR 6:30PM class here. Simply scroll to the class & time slot you prefer then click register!


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