iEat Green cooking classes are offered both locally on Long Island as well as at special venues around the Greater New York Metropolitan area and abroad.
iEat Green founder, Bhavani Jaroff, leads classes that engage learners in hands-on cooking lessons or demonstration-style courses designed to introduce important tenets of the culinary arts as well as teach clients to create healthy meals using local, organic, and seasonal ingredients.
Drawing on her background in education and experience as a natural foods personal chef, Bhavani creates an engaging classroom atmosphere and develops unique class offerings including lessons in the preparation of vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, raw, macrobiotic, and seafood dishes.
Bhavani offers both one-on-one and group cooking classes at the iEat Green homestead in Old Westbury, Long Island, New York. These unique culinary lessons often begin with harvesting fresh ingredients from the on-site organic garden, providing students with an inspirational farm-to-table cooking experience.
Bhavani also offers classes at special venues, such as community colleges, kitchen stores, local libraries, or on-board vacation cruises. In addition, Bhavani has organized children’s cooking classes that introduce young ones to the joy of cooking and sharing food. Bhavani is also happy to organize special cooking classes for groups or events.
Previous cooking classes have been held at venues such as:
- Sur La Table
- Viking Cooking School
- Sustainable Long Island
- Grace’s Marketplace
- Gateway Community Garden
- Wheatley High School
- Sea Cliff Elementary School
- Oh My Girls
- Rancho La Puerta Spa
Prices and fees vary according to size of party, location, and venue.
Cooking with Bhavani was an enormous success! To see 50 children so engaged in preparing their own healthy foods was a wonderful experience. Bhavani and her crew put a tremendous amount of preparation into the event to ensure that everything ran smoothly. The kids loved it! And parents were thrilled that their children were trying new healthy foods. – Denise Reiger, Sea Cliff Elementary School