We Love to Eat
I am an avid cook with 35 years of experience in the kitchen. I believe that we are made, down to the most cellular level, of the food we put in our bodies.
In Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation (Penguin 2014), author Michael Pollan calls cooking at home the “single most important thing we could do as a family to improve our health and general well-being.” Cultivating a knowledge and practice of what we eat (how to prepare it), how much we eat, and when we eat it is one of most important tools we can develop in this life. Having struggled with disordered eating for over a decade, I know full well that the joy and relief of finding a balance between cooking, eating and fitness is worth the effort and 100% achievable. Ready to learn the joys of food, eating, grocery planning and cooking?