This is a class for chefs who already know what it means to make great meals but have yet to discover how to make them look on the plate as wonderful as they taste to the palate. Learn what it means to add the sense of sight to taste and smell to produce dishes that are distinctively who you are and express both your cooking expertise and your esthetic sense.
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You’ll find me at local appliance stores showing you how to use the WOLF Convection Steam Oven. I’m one of 8 chefs in Northern California who are trained by Riggs Distributing (WOLF Subzero products) to do the demos. I recently bought a Convection Steam Oven and use it daily! I LOVE IT!
Here are recipes to go with this week’s Monta Vista Market’s produce specials… featuring rhubarb and broccoli. Lucky you! This past Wednesday, I came up with a 2 rhubarb recipes and will now share then with you because this week’s specials at Monta Vista Market includes rhubarb.
7 April (1st Saturdays)
Marinated grapefruit and a fruit salad came to mind when I saw Monta Vista Market’s produce specials this week. Another dish that came to mind was one that I created while doing a cooking demo at Monta Vista Market this past Sunday: 10-minute Rhubarb Strawberry stove-top Pie.
Here is a PALEO version of my Hot’n Sour Squash Soup that I created at INTEL.
Day 2 at INTEL….. This soup has a kick, most people said it is medium spiced with a good balance of sweet and sour. ***** The HOT kick comes from red pepper flakes and red chilies. The SOUR punch comes from the pickled red chilies and from the tamarind. The smooth SWEETNESS comes from the […]
30 January, Monday
Here’s a unique way to serve grains and legumes. The colors are green (lettuce), brown, tan, white sauce, topped with green and red. The textures are grain-y, creamy, watery crunch.
Can be made the day before, and then put into lettuce boats the day of. Top with meat, poultry or fish for other sources of protein.