A great tasting soup for anytime of the year! We made this in my last cooking class and it came out great.
We made this in the cooking class today and it came out great. It is an easy recipe with some planning and brings back so many memories of Japan.
For 2 or more people
Carrot juice helps stress!
Great dish for the colder weather right now.
Chef’s tip. Make the dish the day before and just warm up in the oven after your run or ride. The flavor of the turmeric and ginger really develops and no mess to clean up!
This rice dish is a great recovery dish after a long run, ride, or just dinner.
This is something that can easily be thrown together with a little planned prep.
who doesn't like crab cakes!
It just sounds Healthy
This started as a way to use up the extra cranberries but it turned out to be really tasty.
This is a simple recipe that you can make ahead of time. Plus its fun and Vegan
With a few of these easy recipes you can make a simple sandwich into something refreshing and tasty. I used Salmon since it is going strong right now, but you could sub. Halibut, Chicken, or even Avocado.
In addition to satisfying your sweet tooth, lucuma is gluten-free and a source of antioxidants, fiber, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals necessary for bodily functions and of benefit to the immune system. When mixed with the other ingredients it makes for a great start to your day.
Serves 4 people
This is a simple late summer soup that is packed with flavor.
This is from my last cooking class. It was great to see all the different possibilities from such a simple dish. Let me know if you try it!
This is a great meal after a big training day. You can make the sauce the day before, also par cook the potatoes. The sauce will keep for 5 day in the fridge, chilled.
A fail safe artichoke dish that we recently made in the last cooking class. You could sub snap peas, english peas, large asparagus or your favorite vegetable.
My new favorite midday smoothie!
A simple and tasty chicken dish that we just made in my last cooking class. The spices filled the kitchen and I knew we were on to something special.
This has been my favorite simple early spring salad recently. You can make the dressing ahead of time, it just gets better.