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Release Date: July 30, 2018

by Chickasaw Nation Media Relations Office

  • For August, “GetFresh!” public cooking classes will feature the “Bean Boot Camp” series, where participants will learn how to make dishes much like the one pictured.

The Chickasaw Nation teaches healthy meal preparation with the “Get Fresh!” series of entertaining cooking shows, open to the public at no charge at Chickasaw Nation Nutrition Services sites in Ardmore, Purcell, Duncan and Ada, as well as Ada’s Family Life Center.

Shows consist of live, interactive cooking demonstrations led by specialists who sprinkle in bits of healthy knowledge as they go.

Their nutrition education is science-based and grounded in the United States Department of Agriculture's “MyPlate” program.

When the dish is done, attendees get to taste the fruits of their labor.

On the table with these culinary classes are new recipes and skills meant to boost a family’s everyday eating experiences.

In August, attendees can expect to learn about and consume simple sheet pan eggs, sheet pan-cakes, egg and bean breakfast muffins and chopped mediterranean salad. These dishes were planned around the themes “Bean Bootcamp” and “Brunch Time.”

Scheduled locations, times and dates are listed below.

Ada Nutrition Services, 518 E. Arlington

Ada Family Life/Wellness Center, 229 W. Seabrook
For more information, call 580-272-5506

Ardmore Nutrition Services, 2350 Chickasaw Blvd.
For more information, call 580-226-8289

Purcell Nutrition Services, 1530 Hardcastle Blvd.
For more information, call 405-527-6967

Duncan Nutrition Services, 1302 W. Main
For more information, call 580-470-2150

“Get Fresh!” demonstrations are often offered at Chickasaw Nation senior sites, as well as local schools and head starts.

For more information, call 580-272-5506. Find recipes and monthly calendars at

Last Updated: 09/16/2016