Survivors Night: Social with Chef Dee
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
1607 E Morehead street
Survivors Night Social with Chef Dee
Mix and mingle with fellow Survivors & Thrivers while enjoying delicious, health-conscious treats from Chef Dee Iraca, RDN, LDN. Chef Dee-- a Registered Dietician Nutritionist who is also a breast cancer Survivor--will be on hand to share about the food she's prepared and answer any nutrition questions you might have as you enjoy this evening together at The Pink House.
NOTE: This session will be delivered in person at The Pink House. Masks are Required. Parking is available behind The Pink House.
Dee Iraca is a licensed Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, a professionally trained Chef and the founder of Eat Well Chef. Her specialty is cooking classes, however, she also does private chef work, small-group catering and occasionally does wellness retreats focused on health and wellness. She also works with individuals to help sift through the "noise" of food and nutrition. Her mission is to help people live their best and healthiest lives by way of nutrition and food. Her super power is teaching cooking techniques and inspiring with nutritious, delicious recipes.
Dee has worked in a variety of settings including a nutrition private practice where she helped people improve their health using motivation techniques, education where she taught culinary and nutrition classes at Johnson & Wales University and the Art Institute, and the restaurant industry where she learned the tricks of the trade. She even got an opportunity to cook for the U.S. Ski Team at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics where she created healthy, delicious food that helped fuel the athletes for optimal performance.
Dee is a breast cancer survivor. She was diagnosed in late 2021 and underwent a lumpectomy and radiation in 2022. She has made it a priority to help support others undergoing breast cancer treatment and helping survivors thrive.
Visit her website at www.eatwellchef.com
CBF Disclaimer: Programs at Carolina Breast Friends should not be considered a substitute for any treatment. Sessions are intended to be provide community and general support for the breast cancer community. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult your doctor if you are in any way concerned about activities that are part of an offered program.