Chef Diane Kochilas Announces Online Cooking Classes

July 25, 2020

NEW YORK – Chef, cookbook author, and host, creator and co-producer of My Greek Table on PBS, Diane Kochilas announced on July 23 that registration for her online cooking classes is now open.

She said in an email, “I am so happy to announce that registration is open for my new series of online classes, Mediterranean Cooking for All!”

Classes begin on Saturday, July 25, with One-Pot, Plant-Based Mains and on Sunday, July 26 with Baked Vegetable Classics.

Register online: http://go.dianekochilas.com/mediterranean-cooking-for-all-by-diane-kochilas1595447304296.

One of the world’s foremost experts on Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, Kochilas hails from the Blue Zone Greek island of Ikaria and New York City. She is an award-winning author of more than 18 books on Greek-Mediterranean Cuisine and runs the Glorious Greek Kitchen on Ikaria, a recreational cooking school where people enjoy an immersive, holistic experience in Greek-island and village life. Kochilas also organizes culinary excursions and walking tours in Greece and cooking classes throughout the United States.

She has been on the forefront of bringing healthy Greek and Mediterranean cuisine to an American audience for more than 30 years. Kochilas has been consulting chef for many of the top Greek restaurants in the United States and for years has worked with university dining services at Harvard, Yale, and UMass Amherst to bring healthy Mediterranean cooking to student dining halls. She is a frequent speaker at the CIA and other major culinary institutions.

Every spring, summer and fall since 2003, Kochilas has run the Glorious Greek Cooking School on her native island, Ikaria.

Her award-winning series My Greek Table, a wonderful cooking-travel show about Greece, airs nationally on Public Television, and is currently in its third season.

More information is available online: www.dianekochilas.com.


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