Using acorn flour, and other native edibles.
Mystery Basket Challenge, a team building cooking experience and, a fun way to spend time with friends. Here are a few pics of what teams have made: This is a 1-hour competition and mingling event. This team building experience is very quick, and engaging, making fast decisions, creating a product (appetizer) within 20 minutes. Within […]
Here is an Iron Chef – like home competition. A 2-hour family-fun team-fun dinner during the holidays.
So thick you can eat it with a fork. This was the dessert for the Food Mood Connection Lunch and Learn. Click here to read the workshop and see the other lunch recipes. No Bake Coconut Pots de Creme (dairy free) Ingredients 6 oz bittersweet chocolate —– 1 can (14 oz) full-fat coconut cream 2 […]
Blueberries and almonds go really well together. This stove-top method of making a cobbler is easy enough for pre-teens to make, and healthy enough to serve as a snack.
Spices R us! We made outstanding tasting food! Photos and more info to come.
First of all, I will apologize for the not-so-workable slide shows in the post. It was a test, something new to try, clearly the software needs more work. The theme I picked for my recent cooking demo at Monta Vista Market was “Thanksgiving Leftovers.” And I gave myself the challenge of coming up with unique […]
Here are meal ideas and recipes, based on the guidelines in the “Anticancer book” and based on my clients’ food in their pantry/fridge and their likes and dislikes. Each dish builds on the previous one — using leftovers.
A snack, appetizer and dessert! Best way to eat these is to pop’m in your mouth and have fun chewing and savoring the flavors and textures.
Cooking a fruit cobbler on the stove top is one of the easiest summertime cooked desserts I can think of…. stone fruits, berries and apples can be used, along with a variety of batters. The prep work is not laborious, it’s easy to put together and it cooks pretty fast (under 20 minutes). I’m hoping […]