Freezing weather is the over-welcomed house guest that just won’t go away. One way to make it all better is to make a pot of this chicken pot pie soup and snuggle up on the couch to watch movies. This soup is thick, creamy (without…
Soup month continues on! and this time I paid a little tribute to the Millers – my dad’s side of the family is known to like (or love) pierogies so when I was coming up with recipe I went with what I know best and…
Broccoli and cheese soup is by far one of my favorite comforts of all time. This recipe does not disappoint. Pairing two creamy bold cheeses together with fresh broccoli and simple seasoning make this recipe an instant favorite. With easy to find ingredients, this soup…
Meatball Pasta e Fagioli is the perfectly delicious feed-your-family-on-a-budget, in 35 minutes and in one-pot kind of meal. Pasta e Fagioli is an Italian soup that translates to “pasta and beans” with a tomato based broth and bite-size meatballs this soup is a guaranteed show…
There is nothing better than creamy potato soup and now it come fully loaded, packed with all the favorite baked potato toppings, including broccoli florets to even things out. This soup comes together in under and hour, pair it with crackers and a salad for…
Join me this year as I teach fun live-virtual recreational culinary classes! It is a perfect way to spend time with friends, create a date night, have some family fun or just do something new!
Hope to see you there!
WHAT TO EXPECT! – Live Full Demo from start to finish (90-120 mins). – Completely interactive, if you’re cooking along I’ll go the pace needed for everyone to succeed. – Live Q&A – Full Grocery List sent out before the class.
Home Kitchen Knife Skills & Cozy French Onion Soup
Learn how to dice & slice. During this class I will walk you though some simple home-kitchen knife techniques & safety.
Don’t worry our practice onions will not go to waste, we will use them for our French Onion Soup!
DATE: Sunday, January 17th TIME: 4pm (Eastern) 90 – 120 minutes COST: $20 per household/zoom link!
IndividualBeef Wellington with Red Wine Shallot Sauce
Learn how to make Beef Wellington. We had so much fun with this for the holidays that I wanted to offer it again! We will have class on February 13th – come celebrate Galentine’s day or make it ahead with me for Valentine’s Day!
DATE: Saturday, February 13th TIME: 4pm (Eastern) 90 – 120 minutes COST: $20 per household/zoom link!
Sunday Brunch is always a good idea! Grab yourself some coffee, or a mimosa (or Bloody Mary) and join me to make Eggs Benedict complete with perfectly poached eggs topped with a velvety smooth blender-made Hollandaise Sauce.
DATE: Sunday, February 14th TIME: 1pm (Eastern) 90 – 120 minutes COST: $20 per household/zoom link!
Come learn how to make fresh homemade pasta! (this class requires a pasta roller )
Since we aren’t traveling these days, let me transport you to Italy with this one-pot Cacio e Pepe (which translates to “Cheese and Pepper”) – it is oh so delicious! We will pair it with a Kale Caesar Salad with homemade Caesar dressing!
DATE: Sunday, March 7th TIME: 4pm (Eastern) 90 – 120 minutes COST: $20 per household/zoom link!
Homemade Puff Pastry Fruit “Pop Tarts” (Two Day Class)
Step aside sour dough, puff pastry is the new 2021. Join me for a two-session puff pastry fruit “pop tart” class! It’ll be two sessions. The first session we will make our homemade fresh puff pastry. The second session we will turn our puff pastry dough into buttery, flaky fruit pop tarts. Puff pastry is so much fun to make, I promise that you will walk aways with a great sense of accomplishment!
“Delicious! Learned new knife skills. Never knew the trick to even the surface for celery and will be doing that in the future. Slicing the onions was a lot easier than what I did before! This is always a favorite!
“Broccoli is my favorite green. Your tutorial was a mind blower for me.”
“I cut into them to see if they were cooked enough and they were perfect. Thanks so much. I really enjoyed it and learned something new. And it tasted delicious too.”
“It was really good! I had so much fun!”
“You were absolutely awesome. Lots of good jokes and very authentic vibes. And all while Kate was upset… rock star! My mom just said “now i’m actually excited to make it” (She’s not a huge fan of cooking.) I can’t wait until the next one!”
“Today she gave her first on-line class on how to make Beef Wellington. I participated. It was educational, a lot of fun and I create two individual beef wellingtons…I was impressed.”
“This was really fun! Loved the mustard touch. Never would have made this on my own!”