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Houston, we have a problem. Parents approach me all the time, thanking me up and down for working so hard to improve our school food. They are tickled pink about our new salad bar (launching this week) and they love that we are bringing in more freshly prepared foods and less processed junk. But then
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I’m Just a Mom, Not the School Food Police
Places are limited to 12 to give everyone a go at prepping and cooking , and so everyone has the chance to ask plenty of questions. Classes take place every Saturday from 11 September, from 11am to 2pm in the well-equipped domestic …
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Inside the M60 | Community cooking classes resume in Chorlton
When I told my mother that my husband-to-be was a consultant, she asked, “Does he work?” Mom was stuck in the mindset of Jobs 1.0. She had been in the work force when the knowledge economy was just emerging, entrepreneurs were considered a little strange, the only “real” professions were law and medicine, labor meant industrial and trade unions, seniority reigned, and careers involved step-by-predictable-step up the rungs of a tall ladder. In the Jobs 1.0 era, consulting was the fall-back face-saver for people who had lost their jobs
Jobs 2.0: Nice Work If You Can Get It
Every time I go to Provence and the Côte d’Azur , I keep remembering that I want to share Fenocchio ice cream with you. But I’m not all that good at sharing, when it comes to ice cream, so I hope you’ll forgive me for keeping this all to myself for a while. But after tasting more than my share of their ice cream down in Vieux Nice , the old part of the city of Nice, I summoned up the courage to ask if I could step behind the counter and into the kitchen for a look behind the most famous ice cream maker of the region for a little bit of a look, and a few licks
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Fenocchio Ice Cream
An old friend of mine just told me that her 10 year old daughter started a blog about a Kid’s Life in Oakland. After reading her first post, I knew that I wanted to share her writing with you.
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What’s Cooking with YOUR Kids: Adventures in Eating, by Winky Jones, age 10
Join Executive Chef Dylan Giordan for a delicious and educational afternoon in the kitchen. Chef Dylan will provide hands-on instruction and take you on a culinary adventure through Italy and the Mediterranean.
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Eastlake Ave. | Food & Drink | Serafina and Cicchetti Introducing …
Sweet Vegan Week! Everyone participating is welcome to bring home samples of what they have made. The fee for each of these 3-hour classes, which includes a bound notebook of recipes, is from 80 to 95 euros. Discounts from 10-20% of the total price are available when several people sign up together or when you sign up for two or more classes
September Cooking Classes
There are plenty of restaurants and culinary schools offering Italian cooking courses. And no, you don’t have to be a little bit Italian to take the courses! You can have fun, improve your Italian cooking skills and enjoy some …
Melody and Kim were at the market Tuesday preparing the white bean and greens crostinis and you could smell the garlic throughout the market. Oh it smelled so good and really drew a crowd. Melody teaches Hands On Healthy Cooking classes and you can lean more about it at www.foodgazi.com . Melody and Kim of Foodgazi preparing for her demo at the market White Bean Tapenade 2-4 roasted garlic cloves 1/2 tsp olive oil 1 15 oz can cannelini (white kidney) beans, rinsed and drained 2 tsp lemon juice salt and pepper to taste 2 T olive oil Preparing the crostini tapenade at the market Directions: Wrap garlic cloves, drizzled with 1/2 tsp olive oil in aluminum foil and place in a 350 degree oven and roast until garlic is soft (about 30 minutes). Cool and squeeze garlic from clove, discarding the skin. Combine garlic paste, beans, lemon juice, salt, pepper and 2 T olive oil in food processor or blender. Process until smooth, Thinly slice or mince sage leaves, fold into tapanade. Taste to adjust seasonings, add salt or pepper as needed.
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White Bean & Greens Costini by Foodgazi at the Market 8/31/10
Join us to celebrate the opening of Rooted Nutrition, a new business offering personalized nutrition consultations, one-on-one and group cooking lessons with Andrea Potter, a holistic nutritionist & Chef. For upcoming events check: email@example.com.
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What has now germinated into a small catering endeavor started with the seed of an idea.. Since I moved to Houston, I’ve had numerous dinner parties and though friends and family have always enjoyed my food, I never really took them very seriously
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So what exactly does MmmFoods do?
Full Belly Farm. Those three little words make my stomach rumble. When I saw some of their beautiful golden potatoes the other day, I brought some home, even though I wasn’t sure how I would use them. The new issue of Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food Magazine was in the kitchen, and my daughter pointed out
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Potato Gnocchi – A Fun Cooking Activity with Kids
No one was happier than I was to receive the news, directly from the chocolate-maker himself, that Askinosie was jarring up a chocolate and hazelnut spread. To make the spread, cocoa powder is made from pulverized cocoa beans sourced directly from the farmers in the Philippines, and hazelnut butter is made from nuts harvested from an orchard in the Pacific Northwest. Then they’re both ground together with a modest amount of sugar and a few cocoa beans tossed in the mix
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American Chocolate Hazelnut Paste
By Sharon Halkovics, Director of Home Cook Classes We’re aware that Home Cooks can oftentimes fall into one of two camps: those who follow recipes and those who wing it. Of course there are cooks who do both, but leaning strongly to one side versus the other is somewhat of a style-thing, but also somewhat dependant on one’s level of cooking experience. I personally ‘wing it’ most of the time (always have), but I do so especially in summer and fall months when the garden is happily producing and I’m trying to be thrifty to use up every precious item I grow.
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No Recipes Required
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Ah, Labor Day, a glorious Monday filled with the last picnics, barbeques, and summer parties of the year. In honor of (most of us) having the day off, we’d like to share one last taste of summer with you: Homemade BBQ Baby Back Ribs. This recipe is so simple, we’d be surprised if your friends and family didn’t chow them down in a few minutes flat
Low Fuss Labor Day BBQ Baby Back Ribs
Welcome to the 2010-2011 school year! Just like last year, you can count on me for updates on San Rafael’s efforts towards school lunch reform. We’ll also chat about other food issues facing our students, including the largely ignored wellness policy at our schools. As usual, I am all for transparency, and will openly share
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The Salad Bars Have Landed – School Lunch Reform in San Rafael
When I was a teenager, we made a trip to Los Angeles and a family friend took us to a Japanese restaurant. I remember it well, because I was going through that phase where you’re willing to do things on a dare, not because you’re keenly interested in new experiences, but because you want to show off that you’re not afraid of taking on a few dares. And I remember some of my family flipping out a little when we were presented with a big, shiny wooden board covered with raw strips of fish, lined up in neat rows, ready to be eaten just as is.
Matsuri Sustainable Sushi
On Tuesday I was ecstatic to find out that my best friend’s mom had got us tickets to Phoenix Cooks on Saturday, Sept. 4! From what I’ve heard and read this event is a foodies dream but not in a poor college student’s budget (even though it’s for charity $75 a ticket is steep for me). Fifty local restaurants and hotels show up to display their goods along with local chefs, cooking demonstrations, cooking classes,and tons of samples! First of all, it’s at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge which is a beautiful, relatively new resort that I have never been to! Secondly, it’s five hours of glorious food heaven from 10 am.-3 p.m and I don’t mind waking up early for that.
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Learning from the professionals @ Phoenix Cooks!
If you live in the greater Portland area or are looking for an excuse to come visit our World Headquarters, why not sign up for one the fantastic cooking classes we offer. Each month our store hosts three or four fabulous chefs from all …