Since Thanksgiving is just one day away, I thought I would share some of my favorite festive recipes. You know, just in case you are still wondering what to grace your table with. I will be making a Cranberry Apple Cake from Barefoot Contessa How Easy Is That?: Fabulous Recipes & Easy Tips.
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***Updated 7/13/10: We taught this class tonight to a great group of women from Cruise Holidays and thought it would be good to revisit these recipes as we are now fully emerged into Farmer’s Market season. Hope you are enjoying it as much as I am!! I am pretty sure that this is my favorite night of the 6 [...]
Tomorrow morning I, along with seven others from Living Water Christian Church, am heading down to Americus, GA, specifically to Koinonia Farms. Koinonia Farms is a rural Christian community founded in 1942 and is the birthplace of Habitat for Humanity, as well as, many other peacemaking, social justice organizations. Rich in history (particularly around the Civil Rights era) and [...]
We have had a glimmer of spring in Kansas City this week, just warm enough to finally melt all of the snow and remind us that new beginnings are just around the corner. Farmers markets will be opening soon and before I know it asparagus and strawberries will kindly take their place on my salad for lunch.
If you haven’t noticed, Tonya and I try to focus our “healthy” cooking classes on the quality of food you are eating and the sources of that food rather than calories, fat, carbs, etc. In fact, it’s something we make clear upfront by kicking off our 6 week series of classes with a screening of the movie Fresh. It’s not that we don’t pay [...]
Gluten-free, low-carb, nutrient dense, and packed with flavor, this stuff rocks. Rather than regurgitate what Elana Amsterdam, the queen of almond flour, has thoughtfully explained on her website, click here to find out more about the benefits. While you’re there, check out Elana’s recipes. They are all unbelievably good and so simple to make. One [...]