5/14 How the French Eat with Beatrice Levinson

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5/14 How the French Eat with Beatrice Levinson

75.00

Two class options: Lunch 12:00 - 3:00 or Dinner 5:30 - 8:30

Location:  Private home in San Jose near Hamilton & Leigh. Address given after purchase.

Join special guest Beatrice Levinson for an informative and delicious afternoon/evening. Beatrice lives in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France and is our guide through the food markets on our Trip to La Pitchoune, the Former Summer Homes of Julie Child & Simone Beck.

Beatrice will spend the first hour sharing about her practice as a second generation naturopath and how the French view their food and support their health through shopping and cooking. Next we’ll cook together and dine on a delicious and truly French Springtime meal.

Our menu for both meals ~

  • Cold Asparagus Soup with Mint & Lemon

  • Spring Navarin of Lamb with Baby Carrots & Turnips

  • Cous Cous

  • Spring Herb Salad | Susan’s Homemade Chevre

  • Meringue | Crispy Rhubarb & Strawberry Preserve | Honeyed Crème Fraîche

  • Baguette & Cultured Butter

Classes are nonrefundable but feel free to send someone in your place if you are unable to attend.

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Born in a family that used natural medicines, Beatrice Levinson began to study naturopathy right after high school. She graduated from two naturopathic schools in France: I.H.M.N. (Institute of Hygiene and Natural Medicine) in 1989 and I.M.T. (Institute of Medicine de Terrain) in 1992, and practiced naturopathy for 10 years in Paris.  In 1998, she moved to California where she opened her first practice in Monterey, CA, and a second practice in Menlo Park. At the same time, she continued to study advanced complementary medicine, including functional medicine, and trained as a GAPS practitioner, which enables her to accompany children on the autism spectrum.  In 2014, Beatrice moved to France (Var), and took over her father’s clientele in Paris, to share with her compatriots her sixteen years of education and practice acquired in the United States.

Born in a family that used natural medicines, Beatrice Levinson began to study naturopathy right after high school. She graduated from two naturopathic schools in France: I.H.M.N. (Institute of Hygiene and Natural Medicine) in 1989 and I.M.T. (Institute of Medicine de Terrain) in 1992, and practiced naturopathy for 10 years in Paris.

In 1998, she moved to California where she opened her first practice in Monterey, CA, and a second practice in Menlo Park. At the same time, she continued to study advanced complementary medicine, including functional medicine, and trained as a GAPS practitioner, which enables her to accompany children on the autism spectrum.

In 2014, Beatrice moved to France (Var), and took over her father’s clientele in Paris, to share with her compatriots her sixteen years of education and practice acquired in the United States.