I am so excited to share with you an upcoming event in Boston, Massachusetts on January 24, 2016 that I will be participating in along with celebrity chef, Tim Maslow! I would love the chance to meet you, talk about the low FODMAP diet and enjoy low FODMAP eats together!
Tim Maslow, Food and Wine Magazine’s 2015 “Best New Chef” and yours truly will be combining efforts to provide an amazing meal and low FODMAP nutrition event at the kitchen at Boston’s new Public Market courtesy of Foodicine Health!
Enjoy a low FODMAP meal prepared by one of America’s best chefs?….sign me up!!
This cooking series has been brought to you by Foodicine Health,Inc. founded by Harriet Diamond. Diamond took it on as her personal mission to change the landscape for herself and people like her whose chronic illness is affected by food. She rallied members of the local medical and chef communities to join forces and they did so enthusiastically. The purpose: to increase awareness of food intolerances in places such as restaurants, airports, universities, etc. and help diners eat safely while enjoying a tasty and safe meal while they are away from home.
Diamond formed Foodicine Health , a non-profit interested in bringing attention to the fact that food is an important medicine. Most food/health related organizations focus on offering suggestions to the general public regarding ways to eat healthier. Foodicine Health is the first non-profit that focuses on individuals who have been prescribed a special diet due to food allergies or chronic illness like diabetes, celiac disease, cardiovascular disease, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
The Foodicine Health Medical Advisory Board includes: Harvard Medical School, Tufts Medical School, and University of Massachusetts physicians, dietitians, and therapists including those from the Joslin Diabetes Center, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, Children’s Hospital, and Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research center on Aging at Tufts University, as well as Dr. Walter Willett, world-renowned Chair of the Nutrition Department at the Harvard School of Public Health and me too!
During the Fall of 2015, Foodicine Health held events at the Boston Public Market Kitchen and the Boston Seaport Hotel Action Kitchen, each one focused on a different “Special Diet” with a dietitian paired with a Boston area “Celebrity Chef” including Top Chef finalist Tiffani Faison of Sweet Cheeks, Jason Bond of Bondir, Tony Maws of Craigie on Main, and others.
In January, 2016, Foodicine Health will feature Chef Frank McClelland of L’Espalier at an event that teaches cooking for individuals with food allergies. And… again, 2015 Food and Wine “Best New Chef” winner Tim Maslow of Ribelle will team up with me…to provide a low FODMAP cooking program at the Kitchen at the Boston Public Market in Boston on January 24, 2016.
If you are interested in joining us for this fabulous low FODMAP cooking class, click here to register!