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|Posted on November 29, 2013 at 9:01 AM||comments (132)|
Turkey Chauteubriand, Salad Nicoise, for a Thanksgiving feast!
Every ingredient used to prepare these dishes was purchased this week at my local farmers market from local farmers directly! I barley step foot in a big corporately own grocery store. Instead i enjoyed a beautiful morning meeting my own personal local agriculture team! The flavors, nutritional value and pure beauty of these products could not be beat! I have the deepest gratitude for all the endless back breaking work that my local farmers put in to provide my community with safe and super nutritious foods!
Locate your own farmers market at http://www.farmersmarket.com/. Many farmers markets in colder regions now have indoor markets selling hot house produce, fresh dairy and proteins. Bring the entire family, kids LOVE the farmers markets!
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|Posted on March 10, 2013 at 9:52 AM||comments (157)|
Last night was AMAZING! The Chinese/Peruvian fusion meal was a huge hit!! Pictures and the menu will follow later on today :) As a private chef with 20+ years’ experience the techniques come as effortless as my next breath, leaving me free to loss myself in the depths of my creativity to produce the perfect dish :} My imagination does not end at food, I love art in all its forms and the child it wakens inside me!! Try and create something fresh in your kitchen today! Visit a local farm or green market, bring your smartphone and look up a local, seasonal ingredient to experiment with :} You will feel like a pro before you know it. "Culinary Artistry" authored by Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page is not your average cook book. You won’t find it loaded with recipes, rather ingredients categorized by seasons and what other ingredients will pair well together. It’s a tool that professional chefs use frequently to get their creative wheels turning. I was first introduced to the book when my culinary instructor gifted it to me. Now it is filled with post-it notes and scribbles all through the margins just as you would imagine a painter sketches in a brainstorm pad...
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|Posted on March 7, 2013 at 10:44 AM||comments (36)|
My creative wheels are turning keeping me up all last night fusing Japanese and Peruvian flavors!!! I'm planing a salmon with an Asian inspired glaze, fried wonton tostado toped with mandarin shrimp salad and a ginger pork stuffed and steamed wonton beggars purse drizzled with a balsamic Adobe sauce!!! Cant wait for the feed back after Saturday nights dinner party!!!