Sixteen years ago I designed a cooking school for kids with my then, 6 and 8-year-old daughters. They named it: Kids Culinary Adventures- where math, reading, science and art mix with kids. Although I’ve retired from teaching hands-on to children- and both my kids grew up and onto college. I do continue to food coach parents onContinue reading “Making Fresh Pasta at Home”
‘Tis the season! Old world Gnocchi made from sweet potatoes, paired with the crunchness of fried chestnut and sage. Delicious. I’ve also bumped up the flavor profile by serving it in a pool of brown butter chestnut cream sauce made with wholesome nut milk — this recipe is heartwarming belly satisfying! A bit of work,Continue reading “Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Fried Sage and a Chestnut Cream. Oh yeah! “
Trying to sneak healthy things into your kid’s favorite foods? Yeah, we know. Give this a try.
Want to make a little pasta with a peppery kick?