Like it is in many homes, the kitchen is the heart of the Blum Center for Health. It is a state-of-the-art, teaching facility designed to be aesthetically pleasing, easy to navigate and environmentally friendly. Importantly, our kitchen was created to make our visitors feel at home.
Its 11-foot island can comfortably seat 12 people with plenty of space for food prep and cooking on the Wolf 36″ Induction Cooktop. (This cooktop does not use fossil fuel and is only “on” when the magnetic cookware is placed on it.) There are closed circuit television cameras and screens to project the cooking demonstration so that it’s easy to see what the chef is doing. The camera can also stream activity from the kitchen into the waiting room so that visitors can preview the classes. Because the kitchen is separated from the waiting room by a sound-proof sliding glass wall, clients, guests, and staff can see our classes and know what an integral part cooking is to the Blum Center for Health.
Our kitchen is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 8:30 PM on evenings with classes. In addition to classes, we offer retreats and the use of our kitchen for private events.