Here is an Iron Chef – like home competition. A 2-hour family-fun team-fun dinner during the holidays.
My cooking classes varies from student to student. Some students want to learn how to cook without recipes, and in that case I teach specific cooking styles. Click here to see “Cooking Methods for the Home Cook to Know.” Other students want to learn classic traditional recipes, here is a list with some of the […]
Here are images of the meals I cooked with Mario during our 3 cooking lessons. He wanted quick, easy, tasty meals.
Spices R us! We made outstanding tasting food! Photos and more info to come.
Holding a knife is one of the basic things I cover when working with clients in the kitchen. Here are a five videos I found to be helpful, and entertaining… 1) Short and sweet, to the point. 2) How to hold a knife 3) Alton Brown gives us the low down on SHUN knives. Worth […]
This was a cooking class for the home-care workers of one of South Bay’s premier Elder In-home Care services. It was a training for the caregivers so that they can provide healthy food to their elder clients.
During this social and educational class, we will learn about vegetables, including tips and tricks for storage, preparation, cooking and most importantly of all- how to enjoy eating them! We will work in teams and Joni will teach preparation and cooking techniques throughout the class.
Giving care and attention to the elderly is an honor for the staff –the caregivers– of Huddleston Care. Giving care and attention –not only to the elders, but also– to the staff (of Huddleston Care) is an honor for Vivian Huddleston, owner/founder. I’ve witnessed it, in a variety of ways. And having a cooking class […]
‘Cook-from-the-Box’ cooking classes sponsored by: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a life time.” $25 per person. In Cupertino, Wednesday, Aug 22nd, 11:30am – 1:30pm. We’ll focus on fresh herbs and spices, beyond the normal basil and cilantro. Chef […]
Roshambo, or rock-paper-scissors, is a ‘trump’ game where one hand gesture trumps another. I will show you how to bring the idea of this game into the kitchen. I’ll demonstrate how various flavors are used to ‘trump’ other flavors, such as: salt trumps harsh peppery flavors of turnips and radishes; and sour trumps the bitter taste of kale.