Garden Education Center of Greenwich welcomes best-selling cookbook author Terry Walters

Garden Education Center of Greenwich, 130 Bible Street, Cos Cob welcomes best-selling cookbook author Terry Walters Wednesday, April 6, from 6-8 p.m.

EatCleanLiveWellFULLCost is $40 members; $50 non members. Advance registration required.                 

Join Terry for a presentation and cooking demonstration that will inspire, motivate and give you the tools to eat clean and live well. Terry’s approach is quick, easy, delicious and nutritious. This event is sure to get you on the path to sustainable good health. Book signing to follow.

“The cleaner we eat, the clearer we think, and the better we can embrace good health and nutrition.” CLEAN FOOD, PAGE 1

Terry Walters is at the forefront of the clean eating lifestyle movement and is dedicated to sharing her knowledge and passion to eat clean and live well. Her work inspires and empowers us to make positive changes for our health and the health of our environment.

Terry is the author of two best-selling cookbooks, CLEAN FOOD and CLEAN START. She is a James Beard Foundation Award finalist and recipient of the Nautilus Gold and Silver Book Awards. Of her first book, Chef Mario Batali says: “CLEAN FOOD is the most exciting book based on fresh produce and simple recipes I have used in years.”

Terry is regularly featured on television and radio, in print and Internet media, and is the author of the popular blog Eat Clean Live Well. She works extensively as an educator, consultant, clean food chef and advocate for healthy change in the way we eat and live, and serves as Advisor to the Board of Directors for Urban Oaks Organic Farm. Terry is an avid runner, cyclist, skier and gardener—living what she teaches; doing the best she can to embrace good health for herself, her family, her community and the environment.

To register for this program, visit GECGreenwich.org or call 203-869-9242

The GEC is a volunteer educational non-profit organization committed to enhancing the appreciation and enjoyment of nature through horticulture, conservation and the arts.

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