If you love to cook, register for a cooking class. If you don’t love to cook, register for a cooking class! It is inspiring!
K2.0 was on the go last night! I gifted my husband an evening of cheffery (is that a word?) for his birthday at the Artisan Culinary Loft. He loved it! He was surprised how much he already knew about healthy eating through our K2.0 journey. Chef Stephen was funny and humble and made the experience fun for all of us!
The birthday boy got right into the action! So proud of him!
I was surprised to see onion peels in the stock pan! We save our veggie scraps in the freezer to make stock, but I always carefully pull out the papery onion peels. Not anymore! They’ll go in the pan every time now!
Homemade crackers are a favorite here at K2.0. But our dough game is inconsistent. We envy the people who can just eyeball the amounts and make perfect dough. We’ll keep trying, though!!! Practice makes perfect!
Our daughter is pictured here, learning how to slice an onion into uniform-sized pieces. Why do they need to be the same size? If there’s too much variation in size, some pieces can start to burn before others even soften.
I was lucky enough to get into the action as well. I’m practically drooling over the Wolf stove to my left!
Take a cooking class. You won’t regret it! It’s fun, you’ll pick up a new tip or two, and you’ll share a great meal and have fun in the process.