Learn healthy cooking at the library at Roseland in Santa Rosa.
After my first class at Gualala Arts at the end of January 2019 which was sold out, we decided to offer another class. While the basics will be the same, the menu will most likely be different as March is a different season than January, and I have a library of more than 400 recipes from which to choose. So come join me at Gualala
There was just a big sale on the Kindle version of my cookbook Vegan Under Pressure. It has already come to my attention (again) that the publisher did not update the ingredient list for the Apple Raisin Walnut Cake. Sadly, there is no photograph for it – and I am too busy to make it and take one. So, you will have to believe me
This is a long afternoon hands-on class offered through Santa Rosa Junior College Community Education. Pre-registration is required. This is a beginner level class. You are welcome to attend if you don’t have a pressure cooker but if you do, you are encouraged to bring it with you. It’s a full afternoon of cooking with others. You will get to eat what you make, and
Please join me at the Healdsburg Regional Library for a cooking demonstration using vegetables from local farmers markets for each season. As the seasons change so does the produce. Since our grocery stores have all kinds of produce year round, we often forget what’s in season, unless it’s a ripe summer tomato or a melon. However, we have abundant vegetables and fruit year round. Jill
I know that I have a winning recipe when my husband takes the food on his own, eats it, proclaims it good and goes back for more. You see, my husband has not been a plant-eater for that long – only a few years. He still likes the more traditional and meatier-type things where I will go for the more vegetable heavy food. So when
Jill will be doing a workshop at the Mother Earth News Fair in Belton TX on February 19th from 9:30 – 10:30am at the Real Foods stage. Jill’s workshop: Sustainable Eating with a Pressure Cooker for Personal and Planetary Health. Jill will show you how quickly and easily you can cook food with the modern pressure cooker. You save time, money, and energy (both yours and the planet’s).
When it’s cold out which it is in most places these days, except for you lucky people down under, this is the kind of recipe that can warm you right up. The origin of Shepherd’s Pie was the shepherd using what he, or she, had around to make a dish worth eating. Since we are shepherding in a new way of eating for many people,
I am thrilled to be celebrating that it has been a year since my latest cookbook Vegan Under Pressure was released. I honestly think that it’s selling better now than it was a year ago since so many more people have learned about the Instant Pot. To honor this occasion, with Instant Pot sponsoring this, I am giving away an Instant Pot DUO to one lucky