Kitchenability Blog - Tours & Events

01.08.2013

Kitchenability Tour: I’m Heading to Austin, TX!

Well, it’s back on the road for 2013! I am headed to Austin, TX next week and I cannot wait! It is going to be so much fun. I am teaching a class at Central Market (at the 4001 North Lamar Blvd. location) that is being billed as “Cooking for a New Generation.” The class is on Saturday, January 19 from 5pm to 7:30pm and […]

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11.15.2012

Kitchenability Book Tour: Seattle & Portland (Final Day)

Yesterday we finished up our last event at the 2322 Market St. Kitchen N Things in Seattle, WA. Jonathan, the store manager who arranged everything, was amazing. He really made us feel accommodated. It was a great event! After the event, we stopped at an amazing cafe called Chaco Canyon Cafe. It’s a vegan/gluten-friendly cafe in Seattle. I got their butternut squash soup with a […]

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11.14.2012

Kitchenability Book Tour: Seattle, WA (Day 3)

Yesterday was a lot of fun. I kicked the day off with an appearance on the King 5 news New Day Northwest show and featured three ways to use a rotisserie chicken (see video clip below). The recipes I featured on the show were: Mango Lime Salsa Tacos, Chicken Noodle Soup, and Chicken Puffs. You can find the recipes on the New Day Northwest Website.

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11.13.2012

Kitchenability Book Tour: Seattle, WA (Day 2)

Yesterday was out of this world. We started the day by heading into downtown Seattle. I popped into the famous Pike Place Market and cruised around, feasting my eyes on all the delicious food. One market stall in particular, Pappardelle’s Pasta, helped me supply the pasta for that evening’s event at Cornish College of the Arts. The people at Pappardelle’s were wonderful. I gave them […]

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11.12.2012

Kitchenability Book Tour: Seattle, WA (Day 1)

Yesterday was the first full day of the Seattle, WA portion of the Kitchenability Book Tour. And, in typical Seattle fashion, the weather was rainy, cold and 34 degrees. But, the weather sure doesn’t slow this town down! I decided to dress in several layers and my typical uniform, my chef’s coat, had to take a backseat during my 4-hour event at the Broadway Farmer’s […]

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