Join me in celebrating Spring’s bounty with lighter dishes and cooking techniques. Both April and May’s healthy cooking classes feature an abundance of Spring vegetables and fruits. Asparagus and strawberries, leeks and rhubarb Continue reading
Lots of snow remains in our Montana valley. Even though the official start of spring remains a month away, eating Thai Rice Noodle Salad today reminded me that spring will soon be here. Thai food with its light, clean and complex flavors, abundance of Continue reading
Each of these healthy cooking classes features an appetizer, hearty soup, winter salad and dessert starring sweet potatoes, squash, mushrooms, wild rice, fennel, apples, pears and much more.
Come to one or come to both classes:
- Winter’s Bounty Everyday – Saturday, January 26, 10:30-1:30 great class!
- Winter’s Bounty Weekend – Saturday, February 16, 10:30-1:30 full Continue reading
There’s much to do and make and prepare for the Thanksgiving meal. It’s my favorite holiday of the year with its focus on food, friends, family and gratitude. Yet the pressure to get the meal on the table on time and beautifully presented Continue reading
Salade Nicoise exemplifies late summer. The perfect salad while our gardens and farmers’ markets overflow with an abundance of late summer produce. A beautifully composed Salade Nicoise Continue reading
“You know, when you get your first asparagus, or your first acorn squash, or your first really good tomato of the season, those are the moments that define the cook’s year. I get more excited by that than anything else.” Mario Batali
Celebrate the End of Asparagus Season 2012
There’s another equally important and defining moment. It comes at the end of each season Continue reading