Thank you to all who participated in my first virtual class! Because of you, I just donated $1200 to the San Antonio Food Bank!
Every dollar donated to the San Antonio Food Bank translates into 7 meals, so that means we donated 8400 meals to our local community!
Hope to see everyone back in my kitchen mid-summer!
Keep Cooking and Stay Healthy!
I apologize for any confusion. The virtual class is not a video.
When you sign up I will be sending you the 5 recipe cards by mail and emailing you a photo diary like this Notes on Mexican Wedding Cookies with pics
of each recipe detailing the steps of each recipe.
You can send in payment with check or Venmo. And to sign up I do need your mailing address as well, so I can send you recipe cards by mail!
I hope this explanation clears up any questions.
Again, if you do have questions Please remember DO NOY HIT REPLY to this blog post, email me at email@example.com with your request.
Due to the our present health crisis I am unable to teach the “Memories of Mexico” class. But as they say- necessity is the mother of invention- so I have decided to try a new method of teaching, to keep my kitchen in business!
Memories of Mexico class will be offered as a virtual class- just in time for Cinco de Mayo! Details below the photos.
Hearts of Palm Ceviche
Roast Pork with Ancho-Guajillo Sauce, Pickled Shallots and Parsley Sauce
Mexican Wedding Cookies
When you sign up for the class you will receive 5 recipe cards by mail. You will also receive by email a photo diary (see example by clicking on orange link below) of each recipe along with special notes to help you create the perfect meal on your own.
The cost of the virtual class is $25, payable as usual by Venmo or check. And just like my regular classes, a portion of each reservation will go to feeding the hungry in San Antonio. For this class, I am choosing the San Antonio Food Bank.
Click on link below to see photo diary example you will receive for each recipe.
Notes on Mexican Wedding Cookies with pics
Please remember DO NOY HIT REPLY to this blog post, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Cooking with kitchen staples does not have to be boring and can certainly be healthful!
I love keeping quick-cooking grains in my pantry for easy, healthy meals. This salad can be tweaked with whatever ingredients you have available and is delicious as a side for dinner, or a quick lunch!
Click on the link below for the recipes.
Farro Salad- for blog
Craving tacos, but trying to make taco night a bit healthier? This is what I had for dinner last night- simple, delicious and nutritious! You can make the pesto and crema to go with, or you can just top with some seasoned cabbage and a wedge of avocado. To make a simple slaw topping, I like to grab a bag of angel shredded cabbage from store and make a simple dressing of lime juice, mayo and the same seasoning blend I put on salmon.
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If you are going to eat cookies for breakfast, and who hasn’t during this health crisis, make them whole grain!! I have been stress baking a lot lately, so figured I should at least make them a bit healthy! Hope you enjoy this recipe and stay healthy!
Click on link below to print and add to your recipe box.
Cookies- Whole Grain