One of my resolutions for 2014 is to help you keep your resolutions. I encourage you to prepare meals at home. Through both the recipes and articles on my blog and the healthy cooking classes I so love to teach. In January and February, I’m offering two different classes (one each month) to give you the tools to maintain your New Year’s resolutions throughout the year. I look forward to working with you, answering your questions and reading your comments.
January’s cooking class – The Art of Fermentation
Natural fermentation is a sustainable, low-tech method of preserving food that offers incredible health benefits. Fermented foods are nutrient-rich and naturally high in probiotics. These are the good bacteria that lead to healthier guts and improved digestion. And that’s in addition to boosting our immune system. Recently Dr. Oz labeled probiotics as “the best weight loss trend of 2013.”
I’m confident that once you taste these healthy and mouthwatering foods, you’ll want to enjoy them on a regular basis. Depending upon your current diet, there may be a period of fine-tuning as your body and palette adjust to the flavors and increased activity in your gut.
Last January’s blog posts featured fermentation how-to’s, guidelines and links along with my favorite recipes. As more and more people discover the benefits of fermentation, these have become some of the most popular posts on my site. You can access both the recipes and posts by clicking the word “fermentation” in the tag cloud in the right-hand column of each page.
I do hope you’ll join me in the January 25th Fermentation Workshop. A great opportunity to discover the art of fermentation for yourself.
I want to offer my thanks to you for such a wonderful workshop…I learned about something completely outside of my culinary repertoire, and to be honest, I can’t wait to make a few new things this coming week. You were so organized, and covered so much more territory than I ever anticipated…many thanks for your generosity …. LR, Bozeman
February’s cooking class – Quick, Easy, Delicious & Healthy Cooking
According to the U.S. government, the desire to eat more healthy food ranks among the most popular New Year’s resolutions. Want to cook and eat better? Take a healthy cooking class. The perfect occasion to improve your cooking skills, taste unfamiliar ingredients and enjoy new dishes. February’s class features quick, easy and healthy recipes.
Taking a class provides you with the tips and techniques almost impossible to learn from just reading recipes. These are the tips and techniques that help you cook with confidence and ease.
One-on-one Culinary Coaching and small group consultations
I’m also available to help you refine your culinary skills. To assist you in reorganizing your kitchen, pantry, refrigerator, etc. To shop with you for healthful ingredients. To facilitate upgrading your pots, pans, knives and other kitchen tools. You’ll learn everything you need to make cooking fun and entertaining a joy.
Let’s talk. Let’s create a class or a series of classes just for you and/or with a group of friends.
Fermentation Workshop, Saturday, January 25th Full
10:30 to about 2:30
Discover fermented foods and how easy they are to prepare at home. Take home a jar of White Kimchi and recipes and articles to learn more about the art of fermentation.
In this class you’ll gain a foundational understanding of fermentation. You’ll sample and learn to prepare a variety of beverages, appetizers, condiments, pickles and a dessert.
Workshop fee includes all recipes and lunch. $70
Quick, Easy, Delicious & Healthy Cooking, Saturday, February 22nd
10:30 to about 1:30
Discover new tastes, recipes and techniques.
Take home a new appreciation of and ideas for healthy meals.
Class fee includes all recipes and lunch. $60
Join me for one or both Bozeman Healthy Cooking Classes.
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♥ May your Everyday be Healthy & Delicious ♥