Behind the Scenes with NBC's The Biggest Loser Nutritionist Cheryl Forberg, RD
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Behind the Scenes with NBC's The Biggest Loser Nutritionist Cheryl Forberg, RD

Spend your morning with Cheryl Forberg, RD, Chef, Award Winning Cookbook Author and Nutritionist for NBC’s The Biggest Loser 

Learn weight loss tips Cheryl teaches to the BL contestants and ask your burning questions about behind the scenes at the Ranch. Enjoy a full breakfast complete with Cheryl’s pumpkin polenta!


Tuesday, November 2, 2010
SYSCO Dallas
800 Trinity Drive
Lewisville, TX  75056
 Tickets are $25.00
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All proceeds support the American Institute of Wine and Food’s Days of Taste Program.

What is Days of Taste?
Days of Taste® is a national discovery-based program of The American Institute of Wine & Food, modeled after a French program called “Journée de Gout,” which also means “Days of Taste.”  Designed for fourth and fifth grade students to learn about food and how it weaves its way through daily life from farm to table, it has become a signature program of The AIWF.  The first Days of Taste® took place in New York City in the fall of 1995, after evolving from many early AIWF initiatives examining issues of health, nutrition and feeding children, and collaborations with other organizations.

Days of Taste Dallas
Held at the Dallas Farmer’s Market, Days of Taste provides a unique field trip  experience for 4th and 5th grade elementary students in Dallas public schools.  Through the program, students have the opportunity to explore the nuances of taste through the five senses with a tasting component guided by a chef, a visit with a local farmer to discover the wealth and variety of products grown and that are available locally, and prepare a Harvest salad using fresh produce that the they have purchased themselves at the Dallas Farmer’s Market. Volunteer chefs, growers, producers and others share their enthusiasm for fresh ingredients, cooking, and love of food. The program teaches kids the concept of “from farm to table”-one that is difficult for kids to grasp these days.

Thank you to our generous sponsors:

  • Dallas Dietetic Association
  • American Institute of Wine and Food
  • Webnoxious  
  • Petals and Stems Florist
  • Designs by MichelleRose
  • Kati
    Posted at 20:00h, 27 October Reply

    Wow! This sounds very cool. Thanks for sharing! Wish I lived closer to the event. 🙂

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