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Cooking Up Resilience

April 17, 2023 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Climate Justice Conversations invites you to Cooking Up Resilience, a private cooking class for 10 special guests led by UCLA Teaching Kitchen’s Chef Julia Rhoton. Learn how to cook a plant-based, affordable meal and end the night eating together with a dinner full of conversation about the joys of cooking and the importance of food access.

Chef Julia Rhoton has served as the Culinary Arts Coordinator for UCLA Recreation and the UCLA Teaching Kitchen since its opening in October 2019. She has her Bachelor’s degree in elementary school education and a culinary degree from Le Cordon Bleu School of Culinary Arts. After more than 18 years working in kitchens in Los Angeles, she is happy to be helping others learn about cooking and nutrition at UCLA.

To learn more about our other Climate Justice Conversations events, visit the Environmentalists of Color Collective (ECC) at UCLA website.

Chef Julia will be teaching a plant-based, affordable cooking class for 10 people. The night ends with a private dinner and fun conversations. The cooking class will be live streamed, and those joining virtually will be entered in a Westwood Food Co-op produce box giveaway with ten winners! Free ticket required to attend in-person.


For those who cannot make it in person or couldn’t score a ticket, the cooking class will be live streamed and available via zoom. Those joining virtually will be entered to win one of ten Westwood Food Co-op produce boxes!


April 17, 2023
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm


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The Teaching Kitchen at UCLA
420 Charles E Young Drive West
Los Angeles, CA 90095 United States
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