Easy cooking for busy people

    Thursday August 4th 06:00 PM   $65 Whenever I talk to people about cooking and ask them from time to time what they would have liked to learn in a cooking school, the response is often “I would like to extend my repertoire of dishes, I feel like I am constantly repeating myself.” If you think the same […]






    Moroccan Tagine

    Thursday July 21st, 2016 | 06:00-09:00| $65 PER PERSON Sunday July 24th, 2016 | 01:00-03:00| $65 PER PERSON From the other side of the Mediterranean Sea, right near the bottle neck of Gibraltar lays Morocco. A small country w many influences. The flavors, spices and ingredients all reflect those influences which are expressed through the unique food, […]






    Flavors of India

    Thursday July 28th, 2016 |06:00 PM – 09:00 PM  | $65 PER PERSON Sunday July 31, 2016 | 03:00 PM – 06:00 PM  | $65 PER PERSON The Indian kitchen on all its many variations, offers a very unique way of cooking. The principles are completely different to the European style of cooking. Get to know some new spices […]






    Quiche

    Tuesday June 28th, 2016 |06:00 PM – 09:00 PM  | $65 PER PERSON Thursday June 30, 2016 | 03:00 PM – 06:00 PM  | $65 PER PERSON Quiche is probably the most versatile dish out there. Have it for breakfast with your hot beverage, lunch with a side salad or dinner with a bowl of soup. A quiche can be […]






    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 […]