Eat Well = Be Well

october, 2021

19oct6:00 pm7:00 pmFeaturedEat Well = Be WellIn the Kitchen with Dr. James, Kensington Executive Chef Norm and Guest Annie Fenn

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The Kensington Falls Church presents this interactive caregiver series, Eat Well = Be Well!

Join us in the kitchen with teacher and naturopathic physician, Dr. James Rouse, Annie Fenn, Chef and Founder of Brain Health Kitchen, and Kensington Executive Chef Norm. This interactive, virtual presentation will provide you with tips and tricks about The Power of FoodBreaking Bread Together and preparing the Cuisine of Consciousness.

 

The first twenty registrants will receive Dr. James’ Cookbook, Colorado Fit Kitchen!

 

Meet Our Presenters: 

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Dr. James Rouse is a highly authentic, energized, and purpose-driven leader. As a naturopathic doctor, entrepreneur, athlete, husband and father, Dr. James has personal, clinical and professional understanding of what it takes to create and sustain a life we love.

 

 

 

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Dr-Annie-Fenn-307x460.jpgAnnie Fenn, Chef and Board-Certified Obstetrician Gynecologist and a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, knew obstetrics and women’s health would be her passion. While it may seem like a strange career path for an Obstetrician/Gynecologist to be spend time in the kitchen teaching people how to cook, it makes perfect sense to her. A firm believer in the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet, she not only honed her cooking skills by attending culinary schools in Italy, France, Mexico, and at the Culinary Institute of America, but mostly at home in her kitchen, cooking whole foods from scratch for her family. Dr. Fenn serves on the Science Advisory Board for actor Seth Rogen and his wife Lauren’s HFC (Hilarity For Charity) where she also creates content geared towards helping caregivers eat for brain health. She partners with Maria Shriver and the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement to host events to fund grants for female-specific dementia research. She also serves on the Scientific Advisory Council for the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation.She says, “I created Brain Health Kitchen for you — my cooking students, patients, friends, family, fellow food enthusiasts and Baby Boomers. Brain Health Kitchen is for you to use and to share with everyone you love.”

 

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Norm Fintz, Director of Dining at The Kensington White Plains, has been in the Food & Hospitality industry his entire life. Born & raised in Brooklyn, he attended Baruch College and graduated with a degree in Special Education. Norm has extensive experience in the gastronomy world including: Banquet Catering, retail foods, luxury hotel event planning (Waldorf-Astoria, Operations & Director for private executive clubs), and owner of a catering company plus gourmet deli’s.  In essence, Norm is a practiced chef and knows how to manage successfully. Norm joined the senior living arena in 2001 as an Executive Chef and Director of Dining Services and has been with The Kensington since its inception.

 

Questions regarding this event, please reach out to Kayla Peters, Outreach and Events Coordinator, kpeters@kensingtonsl.com.

Time

(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT

Location

Virtual Zoom Event

Organizer

Kayla Peters

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