Take a break! Whether it’s with alcohol or not, the complexity of taste in drinks needs to be built on, because that is one of the important attributes that commands our attention. An easy solution is bitters and soda over ice for a nonalcoholic option. Here’s a few other drink ideas….
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“How many of you suffer from inflammation?” This is the first question asked to students of the class, Inflammation be Gone. There are over 100 different types of inflammation, including the most common inflammatory arthritis. Since we all have different reactions to outside influences such as food, and different triggers to pain, it’s hard for… continue reading
Snack Attack! started as a volunteer presentation given to students in local schools (ask me to come to your school). It’s popularity transferred into an adult class, focusing on vegetables as snack. Here’s some of the snacks we make in class…
We taught a Summer Reading series for local libraries called The Food Classics (+ one) Exploration of a Sauce. Students read or cooked from the books of Julia Child, Jacques Pepin, Charles Phan, Harold McGee, and Laura Stec, and shared what they learned while we cooked from the books in class. “Exploration of the Sauce”… continue reading
Building Blocks of Delicious, Healthy Cooking is a 3-class series featuring vegetables, whole grains and clean protein. Each class builds on the other, and at the end of the series you’ve gained the knowledge to put quickly prepare tasty, healthful meals with foods you already have on hand. Eat More Vegetables – Class #1 Eat… continue reading
Make seasonal appetizers and learn party planning tips and tricks during this 1.25 hour hands-on class.
It’s never too early for a wellness event. Morning fairs are the new trend. We teach breakfast ideas for the time challenged. This class featured three recipes Mango Chia Breakfast Pudding (make it Sunday and it lasts all week) Hemp Mulberry Quinoa Millet Cereal And Breakfast Veggies
Researchers at Stanford are starting to think that not only what we eat, but the order in which we eat it, might effect our microbiome, the bacteria that live in and on our bodies. The Microbiome Individuality and Stability Over Time study will test this theory. 20 study participants will eat the same meal for… continue reading
This was the third class in a series of wellness Lunch and Learns. The first class was Farm to Fork with the Seasons. Second class was Taste Your Way Thru the Book (Cool Cuisine) and today is Manage Your Microbes. Did you know your body is made up of 70-90% the genes of another species?… continue reading