Anyone can be "the family chef". You just need good recipes and techniques! Chef Amy Fothergill shares her best recipes with you for quick and easy dishes with an emphasis on gluten-free.

Get information here about her cookbook, The Warm Kitchen: Gluten-Free Recipes Anyone Can Make and Everyone Will Love.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Cooking Classes-How does it work?

Do you want to learn how to make a wild mushroom tart with goat cheese in a whole wheat crust? Read on.

As the Family Chef, I prepare everything from applesauce to sushi. I focus on foods that are flavorful, healthy, and fun for the whole family. Friends say I am inspirational! I provide useful tips about cooking and nutrition.

I offer in-home cooking classes for either you or a group of your friends. I can also provide cooking parties and I offer cooking consultations.

If you host a class or party in your home, discounts are available. For hosting, your fee is 25% off. If there are 4 guests, the fee is 50% off. If there are 6 or more, your class is free. And you always get a gift!

Here are some class topics:

  • Easy Appetizers (perfect for the Holidays)
  • Healthy Cooking
  • The Perfect Dinner Party
  • Baby, it’s time to eat! (cooking for babies)
  • Cooking for pre-schoolers (as well as toddlers)
  • Cooking with your Children
  • Family Dinners
  • Back to Basics
  • Knife Skills
Please contact me for any questions:

Amy is a graduate of Cornell's School of Hotel Administration, a world-renowned culinary and hospitality program at an Ivy League college. Amy has been cooking for over 30 years, was in the hospitality industry for over 10 years and has been specializing in family cooking for the last 10 years. She has also auditioned for Food Network's The Next Food Network Star.

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