Manhattan Beach, CALIF–Pawsitively Fun: Hands on healthy pet cooking class at the South Bay School of Cooking
No bones about it; you are your dog’s best friend. Isn’t it about time that you became your dog’s chef too? With all the pet food recalls both last year and this year, the time is right to rethink how and what to feed your canine best friends.
Join guest teacher Annie Siegmann, owner of Ruff-Ruff Bakery, maker of all natural pet treats and biscuits, as you prepare three meals and a treat to take home. She will share tips for natural ways to care for your dog through foods.
Seigmann’s natural treats can be found at Whole Foods Markets in Los Angeles and the Torrance and Manhattan Beach Farmers’ Markets.
The dog food making class will be held Monday, September 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the South Bay School of Cooking kitchen inside the Women’s Neptunian Club. Pre-paid reservations are required; directions and parking instructions will be provided. The cost is $79/person. Register online
About the South Bay School of Cooking
Located in Manhattan Beach, the South Bay School of Cooking is celebrating its fifth year of providing hands-on cooking classes to adults, teens, and corporate teambuilding. Chef/owner Annette Gallardo’s cooking class style differs from the usual demo class. Here, everyone has a chance to participate, have fun, and feel a sense of delicious accomplishment. In 2006 the South Bay School of Cooking received the Small Business of the Year Award from the Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce