Hey there, healthy cook!
Sarah and I have a fabulous show lined up for you today. This is for you if you’re hesitant to jump in the kitchen at the end of the day and make new recipes. I haven’t had the most creative career in the kitchen when it comes to forging my own recipes – I’ve always been the type to use a recipe and follow it to a T so I get the same results every time.
If you’re full of confidence and fear no recipes, we have a great resource that we want to share at the end of this post, called The Dinner Experience – this is basically how we like to wind-down at the end of the day, make some food and enjoy the whole process, stress-free.
- Finding new recipes to start with
- Setting aside time to develop your skills
- Discovering what you like and how to make it yourself
- Criticism: how to deal with it
- How to have more fun in the kitchen and why that’s important
Links to Resources We Mentioned
The Free SD Recipe Section – great spot for new ideas and healthy recipes
Member’s SD Recipe Area – 300+ recipes inside the community
Crazy Sexy Kitchen – Sarah’s Favorite Cookbook
Peas and Thank You – Her 2nd fave
1,000 Vegan Recipes – Peter’s Favorite Cookbook
Free Facebook Group – where to post your current recipes to get some improvement ideas
Whole Foods Market – to find local cooking classes simply search your city name + ‘cooking class’ in Google to find them!
PCC Natural Markets – link to PCC’s cooking classes in the Seattle Area
This Week’s Member Resource
Next Monday, August 31st we’ll be covering Cooking Essentials: what you need, what you don’t and how to upgrade the current stuff you have.
Sarah and I will be broadcasting live @ 6:00pm (pst) in the SD Community! We encourage you to tune in and get your questions answered on the spot!
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