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Are you looking for a summer camp in the Dufferin Grove area for your kid? Kids in the Kitchen is expanding to take on a week long kids cooking extravaganza. Days will include cooking, snacking, eating, recipe development, city foraging, community gardening and even some training on dish washing! This course will give your child more »
The next session of Kids in the Kitchen is starting May 13th. This fun cooking class that focuses on healthy local foods is once again offering 4 weeks of culinary exploration for kids ages 9-12. Week 1 – Tartlettes. The crispiness of pastry mixed with cheesy savouriness or apple sweetness. Tarts and tartlettes are easy and a delicious way more »
If you are committed to your health, you have the potential to roll out of bed tomorrow as the beautiful intuitive woman you are deep down inside.
Cold & Flu Prevention & Support!
For a limited time only I am offering a consultation focused specifically on Colds and Flus.
Come and Learn:
How to prevent frequent infection.
How to support your body when sick.
How simple diet and lifestyle changes can improve your immune system.
and get Recipes for healing meals and cold blasting teas.
I am offering FREE 15minute intro consultations for new clients. And you won’t leave empty handed! Through the month of February I will be sending my new clients away with a special gift. (You will have to come to see what it is!)
This is a 4 week course that uses local ingredients to teach kids 8-12 about food, nutrition, kitchen safety and healthy eating.
This is a cooking class for kids ages 8-12. Kids will experiment in the kitchen, learn to cook and find out about the importance of making good food choices—all while having fun!
Gomasio is an asian condiment that contains sesame seeds, seaweed and sometimes sea salt.
It is an excellent source of iron, iodine, essential fatty acids and tastes great.
My Sriracha recipe is not only preservative free, but also full of immune boosting properties! See below to learn how to make your own. In this post I’m going to summarize what these preservatives do in our body.
Find full market details here. When: Sunday December 9th 4-8pm. Where: The Depanneur 1033 College St Items: Stoplight Condiments (Ketchup, Mustard, Relish) $12 Sriracha (Fermented Hot sauce) $10 Gomasio (Sesame seed & Nori garnish) $3 Kimchi $8 per 350mL container (you can bring your own jars too if you want to take lots!) more »