DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A professional chef in Dayton is helping people learn how to fill their plates on a budget.
He is the self proclaimed "People's Chef", a moniker driven by his passion to guide the community to a better lifestyle, one healthy recipe at a time.
"The first thing we can do is control our portion size." Professional chef Anthony Head takes time to teach cooking classes at Dayton Christian Center in the city's Southern Dayton View neighborhood.
These students are women with limited incomes who want to better feed their families.
He feels the responsibility to make sure inner city families know how to buy, stock and cook their way to healthy eating.
Tabitha says her cooking style was making her food too dry and to make her kids eat, she had to add a lot of condiments filled with unhealthy levels of sugar and sodium.
"He taught us how to brine the food, I didn't do that before now they don't want to use ranch and ketchup," she said.
So this food guru, teacher, preacher and budget master is determined to continue his quest to lead the Dayton community to a good life.
If you are interested in signing up for any of Chef Anthony's classes, call 275-7174.
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