The quickest cooking class I’ve ever taught was this past Friday on WGN Midday News. In less than 5 minutes I demonstrated two of my favorite slow cooker recipes. That’s funny, isn’t it? A quick class of slow cooker recipes? Anyway, if you want to watch Friday’s segment, here’s the link. And here are the links to my featured recipes: White Chicken Chili and Jalapeño and Portobello Braised Beef.
The real purpose of the WGN segment was to promote my upcoming Savvy Slow Cooking classes. The first one scheduled on Thursday, February 4th is sold out but a second one has been added on Friday, February 5th at Marcel’s in Glen Ellyn. In this class scheduled from 9:30-11am, I will demo three different recipes: Maple Brown Sugar Steel Cut Oatmeal with Apples, Fiesta Chicken Tortilla Soup, and Asian Moo Shu Pork.
Slow cooking answers the 5pm question, ‘What’s for Dinner?’. My own slow cooker stays on my counter most of the winter and I use it weekly to make flavorful and healthy family meals. With these upcoming classes, I hope to encourage you to dust off your own slow cooker so that you will have an answer to the ‘Whats for Dinner’ question at your house!
Will you join me for a morning in the kitchen tasting, learning, and sharing? I hope so! To register and for more information, click here!