Indian cooking class

Thursday May 25th @ 6-9 PM, $65 double ticket $100 This class is gluten-free and dairy free. It also offers options for vegetarians and vegans. Chicken curry w coconut milk from southern India Cilantro chutney Stick samosas w spicy beef or potatoes Rogan josh- lamb curry Baigan bharta- smokey eggplants Chicken 65- an appetizer, common  street […]






Thai cooking

Saturday Mar 18th, 6PM-9PM $65   Come celebrate the season with the flavors of Thailand. Get to know the special aromatic ingredients that contribute to the unique flavor of Thai food. We will make Green papaya salad (Som Tam), Chicken basil (Pad ka prao) and finish w Sticky coconut rice w mango. The dishes are all […]






Bavarian Dinner

Friday, December 2nd @6 PM- 9 PM      $65 per person Saturday, January 14th @6 PM-9 PM Cold mountain air in December requires a plan. What’s yours? Make our Bavarian cooking class part of your plan. Steeped in a tradition of hearty comforting food, the Bavarian region in Germany offer some great winter options. Come cook […]






From farm to table

Thursday September 8th, 6 PM- 9 PM   $65 Use your bounty from the market in creative and delicious ways. Wednesdays are market days in Asheville. let’s celebrate this fresh bounty with a delicious meal. Muscatine grapes, cherry tomatoes, pears and fennel are beginning to appear in the markets at the end of August. We will utilize them in a […]






The quinoa project

The Quinoa Project-split personalities Is it a grain? Bird food? Or a delicious, most versatile and easy to prep legume? If I try and stick to my promise with this blog and help all of you transition into this optimized diet, Where 100% of the fuel you put into your body will energize you and […]






Rawtella

  Nutella- Is that a healthy breakfast? Have you noticed those Nutella commercials? Or the labels on the Nutella jar, declaring it “An example of a tasty and balanced breakfast” “Breakfast never tasted this good”- true, but is it healthy? So what’s in it? Sugar 21g per serving, palm oil, hazelnuts, cocoa, skim milk, cocoa. […]






Chocolate power balls

    Chocolate power balls My first cook book was called ‘Children Cook’. It was Israel in the early 80’s and most households had one of those yellow cookbooks. The plethora of illustrations and pictures made it very easy to follow the kid friendly recipes. Although it wasn’t a very sophisticated book, It is probably […]