Tag Archives: Healthy

Paleo Diet Cooking Starts Next Week

Our new series dedicated to deciphering the Paleo Diet kicks off next week. Here Chef Katie explains what eating like a caveman actually means, shares her views on a grain-free diet, and provides a preview of some of the skills she’ll be teaching. (Can’t commit to the series? Try the classes as single sessions: The […]

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Bikini Boot Camp is Back!

  Summer is here! Now that pool season is in full swing, we all want to look and feel great, but who has the time to log extra hours on the treadmill AND in the kitchen? While there are no secret quick fixes for shedding winter pounds, our Bikini Boot Camp is designed to give you the tools […]

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Food Revolution: Healthy recipes you can make at home

Food Revolution Day is all about promoting healthy, home cooking. That means nutritious foods that are affordable, simple to prepare, and don’t skimp on flavor. Chef Oliver’s movement really brings the focus back to cooking with seasonal ingredients, and we think that is one of the most important concepts to understand in cooking. Use produce at its freshest […]

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Food Revolution: How to cook locally, seasonally, and affordably

One of our goals at Cookology is to teach students how to make local, seasonal, healthy meals at home simply and affordably. This Fall we participated in Slow Food USA’s $5 Cooking Challenge to illustrate the types of (drool worthy) home cooked meals you can make at home on a budget. We’ve included links to our […]

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Kids: Make these recipes for mom this Mother’s Day

There’s nothing moms love more than homemade gifts for Mother’s Day. This year young chefs can surprise her with one of these delicious breakfast treats they can make themselves. For younger kids who cannot yet reach the stove, homemade pancakes are an option for a special mother’s day breakfast menu. Chef Katie’s recipe uses healthy oatmeal, blueberries […]

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Spring Produce Guide: Rainbow Chard

Next up on our list of spring produce stars: rainbow chard! This leafy veggie is not only gorgeous (its crisp-tender stalks come in cheery hues of yellow, red, and pink) but also super nutritious. Chard is high in vitamins A, K, and C, and is also rich in minerals, dietary fiber and protein. BUYING, STORING, AND CLEANING: At […]

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