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April Schedule - Anna's Kitchen!

Written by Lisa Beaury. Posted in Anna's Kitchen - Heirloom Recipes,

Sunday, April 7, 2pm-4pm

Lunch Box Foods for Kids and Adults

Pack a nutrient dense lunch that you and your kids will enjoy

$10/adult, $5/child

Lunch will be served along with heirloom popcorn cooked in coconut oil and Amish butter.
Recipes provided


Sunday, April 21, 2pm-4pm

Know Your Fats

Which fats are good for you and which ones will make you fat?

$10/adult, $5/child

Fats will be served along with heirloom popcorn cooked in coconut oil and Amish butter.

Recipes provided

The Boy With a Thorn in His Joints - From NYTimes Magazine

Written by Lisa Beaury. Posted in Anna's Kitchen - Heirloom Recipes,

An amazing story about recovery from Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis with dietary changes and support from alternative providers and conventional medicine providers...

 
When my son, Shepherd, was 3 years old, he and his twin brother, Beau, took soccer lessons for the first time. They were so excited that they slept in their uniforms — a purple T-shirt with a yellow star kicking the ball with one of its points — the night before their first practice. But when we got to the field the next day, Shepherd’s enthusiasm evaporated. While Beau and the other kids ran zigzags around the cones, Shepherd stood still and looked bewildered. When it was his turn to kick the ball, he seemed lost. After 15 minutes, he walked off the field and sat down in my lap, saying he was too tired to play. We watched the other kids, and I pointed out to him the drills I thought he might enjoy, the ones that Beau was charging through. But he refused to go back to the field. His passivity didn’t concern me much — he was 3, after all, and I already thought of him, in the way that parents tend to categorize their children even as we tell ourselves we shouldn’t, as a little clingy and not especially athletic. My husband, Darin, and I had recently noticed that Shepherd occasionally walked with a limp, but it was faint enough that sometimes when you looked for it, it was gone. Faint enough — though it seems incredible now — that we didn’t connect it to his reluctance on the field.

Anna's Kitchen: February and March Schedule 2013

Written by Lisa Beaury. Posted in Anna's Kitchen - Heirloom Recipes,

Anna’s Kitchen, our nutrient dense cooking class, continues! Please note, in March we’ll move to every other Sunday for classes.  The classes are $10 each and samples are served every time!

 

Feb 10, 2013 - Valentines and Chocolate (2p-4p)

Learn how to make a gourmet flourless chocolate cake for your Valentine!

 

Feb 24, 2013 – Smoothies and Shakes: Learn nutritious, raw recipes for creating energy drinks that will nourish your body! Smoothies and shakes will be served.

 

March 3, 2013 – Sweet Snacks. We all want something sweet every now and then. Learn to make easy nutritious, scrumptious sweets to treat yourself. Sweet snacks will be served.

 

March 17, 2013 – Crock Pot Beef. “It’s What’s for Dinner” Have a life outside the kitchen and still eat hearty nutrient dense meals. Learn nutritious crock pot dinners made with grass fed beef, that require little prep time and will have you eating dinner by 6pm. Dinner will be served!

Anna's Kitchen: Nutrient Dense Cooking Classes!

Written by Lisa Beaury. Posted in Anna's Kitchen - Heirloom Recipes,

Join us for our 2013 series of Nutrient Dense Cooking Classes.  We’ll have a seminar each week to help you make steps towards a healthier lifestyle of eating for you and your family. Adults and children are best physically nourished through nutrient dense, real food.  In each seminar you’ll learn how to make simple, nutrient dense recipes to incorporate into your everyday meal planning. We’ll show you how to gradually do a pantry makeover and how to cook with your new, nutrient dense pantry foods.  These are foods your kids will love.

 

We are dedicated to helping children and adults through education and consulting in the areas of nutrition and lifestyle choices. Our cooking classes are geared towards families who want to make a change toward more nutrient dense foods.  We’ll start with the basics and grow your knowledge from there.  Learn how to make kid and adult friendly nutrient dense meals and snacks.  Take home recipes and find out where to get the best ingredients.

 

Jan 20, 2013 - The Whole Food Pantry  (2p-4p)

Learn what a whole food pantry looks like.  We’ll teach you the basics of how you can gradually change over your “go to” items in your pantry to the most nutrient dense foods available and how to use them every day.

*Organic, gluten free snacks will be served along with recipes to take home.

 

Jan 27, 2013 - Stock or Broth, what’s the difference? (2p-4p)

Learn how to make the basics, chicken, beef and vegetable to keep in your freezer for everyday use.

*Samples will be served along with recipes to take home.

 

Feb 3, 2013 - Soups On!! (2p-4p)

Learn how to make delicious nutrient dense soups that will keep you warm and healthy this winter.

*Samples will be served along with recipes to take home.

 

Feb 10, 2013 - Valentines and Chocolate (2p-4p)

Learn how to make a gourmet flourless chocolate cake for your Valelntine!

 

Recipes will be based on Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon, Westin A Price, GAPS diet by Dr Campbell-McBride, gluten free, soy free and egg free options.  A healthy life starts in the gut.  Our bodies are perfectly made and then came processed foods.  Our lives are so busy that grab and go at the grocery store or drive through is the easiest, but not the healthiest. We’ll show you that preparing nutrient dense meals is not time consuming or overwhelming. The mystery of where to begin stops when you attend your first cooking class!

 

The cost of these classes is $10 each. This cost is only to cover the samples provided and food for demonstrations. We are hopeful that this low cost will encourage people to come and bring friends. Our main mission and passion is to get this information out to as many people as possible.