It was a full house for last week's Date Night. Roman Holiday is always a popular class and who wouldn't want to take a little side trip to Rome via cooking the food with a fun group of people?
You may (or may not) know that I teach a popular class called "Just the Basics". It is a place where people can spend an entire hour learning and practicing basic knife skills, followed by two hours of learning basic kitchen organization and cooking.
If you're anything like me, you are as busy as a cat on a hot tin roof trying to get your Thanksgiving festivities in order. To that end, I'm thinking the last thing you have time to do is read a long blog post. So! Very short blog post punctuated with another recipe that you can make throughout the holiday season.
Just in time for the holidays, I offer you this basic guide for getting all of your food on the table at the same time.
Note from The Girl: Truth. I wrote and almost finished this blog post yesterday afternoon and then promptly (and accidentally) deleted it! That did not make me happy particularly because it was late in the day and I was really happy with the post so I couldn't face starting over then. So, albeit slightly late but back nevertheless...here is this week's blog post.
Hello from the Big Apple! This week's blog dialogue is short and sweet because I'm in New York for (Shhh) meetings and, of course, cooking. So…TULSA! May I have your attention please!?
Cooking classes at The Girl Can Cook Studio are different...let's just start with that.
I swore I would never do it but never say never...
After a truly crappy week, I was facing a Saturday night class with some trepidation. I really needed it to be a good class and usually when I need that, well, guess what happens?
Early this summer, one of my favorite chef-friends sent me an email with an idea he had. It was sent to me and to a number of other female chefs in the Tulsa area. Here's what he wanted to do: Bring the best female chefs in the Tulsa together to cook for a benefit dinner.
“Cold beer, really good potato chips — a big bucket of those are a good way to start and finish.”
Rupert Friend, “Homeland”
The recent 68th Primetime Emmy Awards hype got me thinking.
Pancakes don't have to be for breakfast. Here's the Korean version that will have you making pancakes 24/7!