So thoughtful of Louisville Dare to Care Food Bank to recognize their Cooking Matters volunteers on Tuesday, May 21st. Chef Kathy was honored as a top-six volunteer for her commitment to helping at-risk youth and adults in the community learn how to make easy healthy food at home through the Cooking Matters National program. Fresh Chef Experience is proud to be a part of this great community outreach
The article features a spotlight on Chef Kathy, her work, and these three recipes: Basil Gelato, Iced Lemon Cookies, and Blueberry Key Lime Sauce, Sautéed Shrimp with Smoked Carmelized Pineapple, Toasted Coconut & Almonds, and Yuzu Luxe Sour Meringue Cookies.
“Everyone is looking for a better way to make food.”
Fresh Chef Experience brings all food and equipment to a home, office or event space including a small oven and Bunsen burner if necessary. Classes require a minimum of six people and, for larger groups, operate on a ratio of no more than eight people per chef instructor so every participant has plenty of hands-on experience. Chefs guide customers through the techniques of each recipe, starting from scratch with raw ingredients. Kathy has a strong foundation in healthy eating and teaches cooking for local food banks and food literacy programs.
“When I teach people how to cook, I teach them to cook from raw,” she says emphatically.
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Saturday, February 16 & Sunday, February 17, 1:00-3:00pm
Williams Sonoma in the Summit at Fritz Farm, Lexington
Join us for cooking demonstrations and enjoy tasty bites while you shop the brand new Williams Sonoma Store!
Saturday, February 16, 1-3:00
Fig Jam and Blue Cheese with Prosciutto Pizza
Bacon and Bourbon with Tomato & Cheddar Pizza
Seared Cherry Tomato with Rosemary and Arugula Pizza
Pear & Bacon with Rosemary & Blue Cheese Pizza
Fingerling Potato with Onion & Garlic Pizza
Sunday, February 17, 1:00-3:00
Pasta with Fried Halloumi, Oven Roasted Vegetables
& Cherry Tomato Mushroom Sauce
The Summit at Fritz Farm is located at the Northeast Corner of Man O’ War Blvd and Nicholasville Road in Lexington, Kentucky