Have you ever spent time and effort cooking that led to disappointment when it turned out nothing like the picture? Or, have you avoided even starting out of fear of chopping? Well, you’re not alone! Feeling comfortable with a knife can come in handy for salsas, slaws, salads, fresh herbs and even those hefty (and stubborn) winter squash. Cutting produce is one of my favorite steps in the cooking process but it took time to get there. Proper knife skills will improve the curb appeal of your meals in a snap, but these skills do take practice.
Confidence in your kitchen skills will not only increase the beauty of your meals but it may also bring a sense of stress relief. For me, the repetitive act of chopping can be calming and somewhat therapeutic. To step away from worries clouding your mind, take the time to focus on the simple act of cutting.
Whether you seek pristine chopping skills or another way to wind down at the end of the day, this is the class for you. I can’t promise you perfection, however I can provide a few practical tips. Join Nourishing Results for a fun, hands-on class where we’ll take away the chore of meal prep while boosting the appeal of your meals. Don’t let your knife skills stand in the way of healthy eating.
Hope to see you there!
Cutting with Confidence – Using Kitchen Knives
It’s Free, Just RSVP!
Wednesday, February 24th
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
2970 N. Swan, Plaza Palomino Suite 220
Seating is limited.
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