About the lesson
I have been in the kitchen since I can remember. My grandpa baked traditional Danish deserts. My grandma make a macaroni and cheese casserole. My dad created well seasoned gourmet meals. My mom made breakfast for dinner. I was given a cook book and utensils as an odd Christmas present, but wow I still use that cookbook more often than any. All the adult influences in my life have translated in a mix of baker, gourmet casserole creator, and an egg Benedict sauce I even smile at still. I can't follow recipes very well, it's not my thing, but that's great if it's yours. I go on instinct and spark and refer to that cookbook for cooking times and cup sizes.
- Italian cuisine
- American cuisine
Although I am a professional educator I have never taught anyone to cook professionally. Several friends have come by to learn how to make vegetarian French onion soup (there shouldn't have been such a vegetarian option...but I adjusted and conquered that soup that requires beef bouillon...ugh!) I have demonstrated how to cook different variety of enchiladas to many friends. I assume that teaching for 15 years that it comes as natural as cooking so I think i here for you and your needs and wants.