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K-State Today Student Edition

March 29, 2018

You Can Cook: Small Space Cooking, No Stove Required

Submitted by Erin Bishop

You Can Cook flier

Does your home have limited area to prepare or cook food? Are you getting ready to move to your first apartment? Do you have the space to cook, but find yourself at a loss for recipe ideas? Well, you're not alone!

Cats' Cupboard, in partnership with Housing and Dining Services, will sponsor You Can Cook: Small Space Cooking, No Stove Required, a cooking class for K-State students, from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Monday, April 2, in 241A of Kramer Dining Center. 

This interactive class will be taught by Melissa Schrader, director of Kramer Dining, and requires no registration.

You will learn and sample limited ingredient recipes that can be made in residence hall rooms and other small spaces. Each participant will receive a free grocery bag, measuring cup, bag clip, food items, and will be entered into a raffle for prizes. The first 10 attendees will also receive a coupon for buy one get one free bowling at Wabash Cannon Bowl in the K-State Student Union. 

Learn more about Cats' Cupboard: The K-State Food Pantry online, or follow Cats' Cupboard on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @catscupboardksu.

Do not forget to check into K-State 360 during the event!

Cats' Cupboard will be closed on Sunday, April 1, and will resume regular hours on April 2.