Creative Cooking Classes Offered to Flood-Affected Residents of Eastern Kentucky


KNOTT COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) – A new cooking class series titled “Creative Cooking in an Emergency” has been created by Lorie Adams with the Knott County Extension Service.

Adams held his first class on Wednesday, teaching people living in camping communities tips and tricks for staying healthy during this time.

“They don’t have the best conditions for cooking, so I wanted to focus on food security and being able to cook a good dinner for their family,” Adams said.

She learned how to properly pack a cooler since refrigeration space is minimal, and she shared a healthy recipe.

“We’re actually going to make salsa that has cucumber, beans, and corn in it,” she said. “Every time I’ve made it the kids love it so I’m really excited to share it with them. Something really good cold and fresh.

If you missed the Wednesday class, the same class will be taught again Thursday, September 15 at Carr Fork Campground at 1 p.m.


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