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  • The Journal News September 2012

    Local newspaper serving the suburban NYC counties of the lower hudson valley: Westchester, Rockland and Putnam. Featured for recipe: Quinoa Salad with Roasted Beets and Chickpeas
  • Ask the Experts

    Featured in Rockland Parent in May 2011 on Parent Cooking Classes and in 2013 ask “Ask the Experts.”
  • The Hook Magazine

    Local Culture, Art, & community in the Lower Hudson Valley: Feature Article in November/December 2011 issue
  • Rivertown Magazine: Feature Article in October 2010 issue

    An evolution has begun; one that will improve the lives of children and adults and change the mindset of those who want to make a difference in their own homes or communities. The Food Evolution of Bardonia opened its doors in August and is a breath of fresh air (and great, wholesome ingredients).
  • The Journal News: October 2010

    I’m a pretty average cook. I’ve got a basic understanding of wine. Still, I’ve never expanded my culinary repertoire beyond lasagna, salad and sautéed chicken breasts — and I have no idea what the difference is between a cabernet and a pinot noir.
  • Comfort In Style Magazine

    Comfort In Style Magazine The Online Magazine by Yogacara. Featured Recipe under Health Cooking Minutes
  • New City Patch Article on The Food Evolution

    The Food Evolution in Bardonia is having its grand opening Saturday, Aug. 21 from 10-6 with free food tastings, cooking demonstrations and raffles all day long. Check out our article from
  • Cooking with the Seasons

    Love food? How does apricot chicken with an orange marmalade glaze sound? At the Food Evolution in Bardonia, Owner and Director Diane Hoch offers up a wide array of unique classes on nutritious food and how to prepare it. The classes combine nutrition and cooking education together. One of her many classes is Cooking with […]
  • Class Field Trip Introduces Students To New Healthy Foods

    Can you imagine your child asking for seconds on carrots or even kale? These seventh-graders from James A. Farley Middle School didn’t think they’d like healthy food either, but they and their appetites were in for a big surprise after a class trip to the Food Evolution in Bardonia. 26 students from Melinda Parziale’s Family […]

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  • The Food Evolution is a nutrition and cooking center designed to teach you how to prepare delicious and nutritious "whole foods".