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Knife Skills for a Healthy Life in Minnetonka on Jun 12, 2012 6:30 PM
Knife Skills for a Healthy Life
Spasso- Get Directions
17523 Minnetonka Boulevard
Being healthy is difficult. Cooking at home can be a very fundemental habit for a healthy lifestyle but cutting all that produce and fresh food? Cutting seems like such a basic skill but cooking at home would be so much easier if we spent some time working on our knife skills.
Join Jen, a priorfatgirl and Kate from Kate in the Kitchen while learning Knife Skills for a Healthy Life!
Kate will show attendee's:knife safetyKnife selectionStorage of knives for use at homeWhat kinds of knives are needed in a kitchenProper gripBasic sharpeningInteractive demonstration on foods like potatos, onions and carrots
Attendee's will need to bring their own knives, a cutting board, and a dish towel. We will provide instruction, demonstration, potatos, onions and carrots.
This class is limited to the first 15 who sign up so register NOW!
Curious about what you get when you mix up a Culinary degree with one in English Composition? If you read my blog for a while, you’ll surely find out. Cooking and writing are my two most treasured skills, and I love weaving them together through stories, and memories. I grew up learning to cook with my Mom, who patiently guided me through simple kitchen tasks and gave me the foundation to explore, learn and grow in the kitchen. She instilled in me a love of baking, the solidity of a daily family meal and a deep appreciation for delicious and simple foods.
Read more from kate at www.kateinthekitchen.com
Jen is the owner & lead author at PriorFatGirl.com.
The Prior Fat Girl blog started on July 2, 2008, as a personal journal used during Emmert’s weight loss journey — a journey of losing 90 pounds by working out and eating healthy. Throughout Jen’s journey, she relied on the blog to document her experiences whether frustrations or successes. While she found journaling her experiences to be therapeutic, Jen quickly realized the depth of the online community and learned that her journey was not unlike many out there. And, although the blog initially began as a personal “therapy,” it has now become a community for others to be connected with those on a similar journey.
Read more at www.priorfatgirl.com
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