Cooking (con)fusion!

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Cooking (con)fusion!

imagesAre you confused about what to cook and eat, is all the conflicting information in the media about sugar, fats, calories driving you out of the kitchen and in to the takeaway?

If so then why not let me help you to gain some kitchen confidence.  As a fully qualified chef with years of experience and knowledge in running my own catering company I am in the perfect position to help you through this nutrition nightmare, by offering personalised one to one cookery lessons in my Sherwood kitchen.

IMG_0658I will talk you through the nutrition basics like healthy proteins, fats and carbohydrates.  Help you understand how to get the most from food, how to use seasonal low cost ingredients to make healthy and delicious family meals that everyone will enjoy. You will learn cheats and tips for getting your family to eat their 5-a-day or how to make healthy and nutritious meals for one.

As a chef and nutritional advisor I can adapt recipes to meet your specific needs i.e. vegetarian, vegan, dairy, egg or wheat free.

A client with food intolerance recently said, “Susan has really helped me cope with my dairy and egg intolerance. Instead of being focused on what food I couldn’t have, I have lots of new recipes and ideas for all the different things I can now eat and enjoy. I don’t feel that I am missing out on cakes, desserts or snacks.” SM

IMG_0885Why not come to my 5 * rated kitchen in Sherwood and have a one to one personal cookery lesson tailored to your specific needs

SONY DSCContact me for more details about coming to my kitchen and cooking up a storm

07946 301338

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