Tri-Cities Cancer Center is teaming with a local restaurant to teach how to cook cancer fighting meals. There will be several classes. The cost is $50. All the details are outlined below in their press release:

January 22nd, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

TRI-CITIES CANCER CENTER TO OFFER

CANCER FIGHTING COOKING CLASSES AGAIN IN 2020

Kennewick, WA – The Tri-Cities Cancer Center is excited to announce that our partnership with Red Mountain Kitchen in Downtown Kennewick will continue in 2020. Starting on Thursday, February 13th, the Cancer Center in partnership with Red Mountain Kitchen will begin our 2020 cooking classes led by Chef Kyle Thornhill of Professional Food Services. The cooking classes will be fun and educational, highlighting the cancer fighting properties of common produce found at our local farmer’s markets and grocery stores.

Education regarding cancer fighting properties of produce and ingredients will be provided by a Lourdes Health Dietician and Tri-Cities Cancer Center Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Lindsey Josephson. Participants will prepare a delicious, healthy dish to enjoy at Red Mountain Kitchen or to take home.

Each class will be held from 5:30 – 7:30PM at Red Mountain Kitchen in Downtown Kennewick. Each cooking class will be unique, focusing on produce that is available during the specific time of the season. RSVP is required. To register or for more information, please call (509) 737-3413 or visit tccancer.org/cuisine

When: Thurs, April 16th | Wed, June 10th | Wed, August 12th | Wed, October 14th from 5:30 – 7:30PM

Where: Red Mountain Kitchen, Downtown Kennewick, 212 West Kennewick Avenue

Cost: $50 per individual per session (includes all supplies and an apron)

First-Class Team. World-Class Treatment You Deserve. We are YOUR Tri-Cities Cancer Center. To learn more about the Tri-Cities Cancer Center, please visit www.tccancer.org.

About Chef Kyle Thornhill: A native of Napa Valley, CA, Kyle Thornhill trained under great chefs such as Cindy Paulson (chef and cookbook author) at Mustards Grill, Thomas Keller at the French Laundry, and chef Bob Turley at the popular Yountville Grill. Kyle was named Executive Chef for Platt Productions a role in which expanded to events with Robert Mondavi Winery, Sutter Home. Kyle also co-founded and co-operated a kid’s cooking school in Napa Valley. Most recently Kyle held the position of Executive Chef for Mills College and managed catering as for the Oakland Raiders NFL team.