Food Network’s Bal Arneson Is Back at Lepp Farm Market

Lepp Farm Market announced today that Bal is back and will be teaching at the award winning cooking class venue for the second time. Bal Arneson, host of The Food Network’s, Spice Goddess will be sharing her love of simple and healthy Indian cooking to a group of eager foodies at 7pm on Thursday, May 1.

Fresh off the release of her newest cook book, Bal’s Spice Kitchen, the Spice Goddess will demonstrate how to prepare some of her favourite healthy Indian dishes. Seats are limited to 30 people, and like her previous visit, seats will sell out quickly so prompt registration is recommended. Spots in this cooking class are $97 each and include a copy of Bal’s Spice Kitchen, tasting of all of the demonstrated dishes, and the opportunity to meet Bal and have her autograph cookbooks.

About Bal Arneson
Bal Arneson is a television star, author, educator, and an advocate for healthy eating and cooking. In 2010 Bal’s television series, Spice Goddess, was launched on the US Cooking Channel and Food Network Canada. It was later nominated for a James Beard Award in 2011 and a NAMIC Vision Award in 2012. Bal has also appeared as a Judge on Iron Chef America and has also judged along with Bobby Flay’s on one of his cooking shows.

Bal’s two previous cookbooks, Everyday Indian and Bal’s Quick and Healthy are bestsellers, and Quick and Healthy was the recipient of the Asian Cuisine category prize for Canada by the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. Bal is also the west coast correspondent for The National Post’s Appetizer, and also writes a monthly column for The Province, in British Columbia.


To learn more about this exciting cooking class or to register, please contact Sarah Hissink by phone (604.851.5377) or email (


About Lepp Farm Market 

Lepp Farm Market is a year round, family run farm market and butcher shop located in the city in the country, Abbotsford. Rob and Charlotte Lepp created Lepp Farm Market to connect their community with as many locally sourced products as they could, and to inspire people to prepare them in simple and delicious ways. Lepp Farm Market’s one-of-a-kind “farm to table” meat shop means the antibiotic and hormone free locally raised pork, chicken and beef come straight from their farm to their team of talented butchers. Old-fashioned attention to detail means each cut is handled with care. Fresh vegetables and their famous non GMO sweet corn also supplies the market with fresh produce from Lepp Farms, and when in season, stone fruit is brought down in barrels from their Okanagan orchard for the community to enjoy.

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