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Just Foodies
My goal is to provide information on the best recreational cooking classes globally!
Interests: cooking classes, healthy eating, and foodie finds
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Taking cooking classes is like opening a window on the world. I love experiencing different cultures, foods, and cooking styles. These opportunities provide great insight into people and their way of life. I love to share my class experience and some good food with friends and family. Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2014 at Just Foodies
If you are looking for help adjusting to gluten free baking and cooking, Fort Collins has a team of resident experts at the Fork in the Road. Continue reading
Posted Jul 8, 2014 at Just Foodies
Find a fun and informative cooking class in Kalamazoo, MI. Continue reading
Posted Jul 1, 2014 at Just Foodies
Grand Rapids Cooking Classes and Grand Haven Cooking Classes It is so much fun to see the growth of Grand Rapids Artisan foods and foodies. A variety of Grand Rapids cooking classes have also flourished. Class locations include both Grand Rapids and Grand Haven. Continue reading
Posted Jun 24, 2014 at Just Foodies
Northern Michigan Cooking Classes (Traverse City, Petoskey, Glen Arbor, Suttons Bay, Leelanau County) Foodies in Northern MI can enjoy cooking classes, great local restaurants and wineries in Traverse City and the surrounding areas. There are many food artisans in the area and Leelanau County is famous for abudant cherry orchards. The historic orchards have recently been joined by vineyards and wineries. Continue reading
Posted Jun 17, 2014 at Just Foodies
Indianapolis Cooking Classes The variety of recreational cooking classes available in the Indianapolis area has expanded to meet the demand for fun foodie activities. The Indianapolis area has a couple of very unique cooking classes and experiences. Continue reading
Posted Jun 10, 2014 at Just Foodies
Fort Collins, Colorado Cooking Classes and Summer Foodie FUN! Fort Collins has added some summer fun for Foodies with their Foodie Walk – Fort Collins. This monthly event is a self-guided walk, featuring food and wine tasting opportunities.The Colorado Brewers Festival held every year in June is a chance celebrate craft brewing and to sample a few of the 50... Continue reading
Posted Jun 6, 2014 at Just Foodies
Enjoy an Austin Cooking Class, there are lots of choices! Continue reading
Posted Jun 3, 2014 at Just Foodies
Austin’s vibrant food scene provides many great cooking classes or cooking demonstration classes at professional culinary schools. Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2014 at Just Foodies
Cooking Classes in Austin Austin has outstanding foodie resources. There are farm stands for fresh produce and several grocery stores have professional kitchens for cooking classes. These cooking schools provide a variety of hands–on and demonstration cooking classes that anyone would enjoy. Continue reading
Posted May 25, 2014 at Just Foodies
Spending a cold Saturday baking bread at Zimmerman's Baking school was the ideal way to warm up and learn some valuable baking tips. During the Italian Mambo class we made 7 loaves of bread and had a poolish to take home for my next bread baking adventure. My favorite breads were the foccacia and the Rustic white but they were... Continue reading
Posted May 25, 2014 at Just Foodies
Ann Arbor MI Cooking Classes Several people have asked for an update on my Ann Arbor MI cooking class overview, so I am happy to comply. Ann Arbor's diverse population is reflected in the wide variety of cooking classes and cooking schools locally available. Continue reading
Posted May 23, 2014 at Just Foodies
Make your own Giant Beans! Continue reading
Posted Dec 11, 2010 at Just Foodies
When you are a coffee lover, your morning latte takes on new meaning after you have trained to pull the ultimate brew at Barista School. There are intensive coffee classes for professionals and fortunately there are also consumer-based classes that teach the basics of making the best expresso drinks and latte art at home. Here is an overview of coffee... Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2010 at Just Foodies
Zingerman's is an Ann Arbor Institution. They make my favorite Chocolate Cherry Bread! It is hard to beat this bread as a special Michigan treat, especially served toasted with cherry preserves. So I was thrilled to find Zingermans' has cooking classes. I signed up for Mambo Italiano class. It's a full day of hands on bread making training and you... Continue reading
Posted Dec 1, 2010 at Just Foodies
Rich historical icons and ancient relics are enough to draw visitors to Greece, however, the food and friendly people make the trip complete! While there are local variations, most restaurants in Greece serve Greek salads topped with thick slabs of rich feta. Also, chicken and pork soulvaki, and spicey kebabs are traditional favorites. Eggplant dishes such as mousaka and a... Continue reading
Posted Oct 20, 2010 at Just Foodies
Hi Eileen, Thanks for the tip. I hope to get to visit Hepburn's Crepe and Coffee shop sometime soon! JF
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As most of us know the fatty acids contained in fish are considered critical for a healthy body and mindm but if you've been eating fish either canned or fresh you might have more in common with this guy than you ever would've guessed. So, what exactly do you, the health conscious fish eater have with the first Qin Dynasty... Continue reading
Posted May 25, 2010 at Just Foodies
At my local Whole Foods I spotted a type of chocolate I’d never seen in ready to eat form before, Stone Ground, Organic Chocolate Mexicano with added Cinnamon. Delicately packaged in wax paper, this chocolate is, as you can imagine delicious and yet is distinctly different from the classic Hershey’s milk chocolate bars many of us grew up with. Each... Continue reading
Posted May 24, 2010 at Just Foodies
[8:02:36 PM] brian: Potatoes have long been a staple food and can be used in nearly every course as a complement for meat, vegetables or even sliced with a little bit of salt to make delicious french fries. If you love potatoes and haven't given their delicious and nutritious sibling the Sweet Potato, also commonly known as "Yams" a try,... Continue reading
Posted May 10, 2010 at Just Foodies
Spring is in the air and I'm starting to plant my flowers and a few veggies. I've also signed up for a share of the local farmers vegetable garden through a program called CSA or Community Supported Agriculture. In this program, a local farmer plants a garden that will be divided among shareholders. If the garden does well, everyone gets... Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2010 at Just Foodies
Encore! After creating and selling Stash and Tazo Tea companies, Steve Smith is once again creating delightful teas. Whether you are looking for green, white, black tea or herbal infusions, Steven Smith Teamaker has a product that is right for you. The teamaker has set-up shop in Portland, Oregon. My favorite, the peppermint infusion is full bodied and so fresh.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 12, 2010 at Just Foodies
Spring has finally reached lower Michigan. I celebrated by attending two great foodie experiences at Southern Exposure Herb Farm. This unique foodie destination is located in the countryside between Battle Creek and Marshall Michigan. It is well worth the drive, plan to arrive a little early so you can tour the grounds and enjoy their flowers. Southern Exposure holds both... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2010 at Just Foodies
Excellent food pictures add depth and color to food blogs. I believe that great pictures also create interest and complete the story. The food styling and photography class that I recently attended in Long Beach California helped me learn new techniques to improve my photography. The class was organized and lead by Food Fanatics; food styling professionals Denise Vivaldo and... Continue reading
Posted Mar 29, 2010 at Just Foodies
Hi Nikki, I hope you can come to Camp Blogaway! It will be fun and productive! J
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