What’s for Dinner?

Sound familiar?  You’re invited to experience…

Overcoming Inconvenience

Let’s make it easy and fun with many hands and great laughs, to nourish our families with smiles and whole, real food.  Putting together several meals at a time is a great convenience during the week. 

Learn how to cut up a chicken, stage the preparation and easily convert one protein to many flavors.  Bring your favorite 9×13 baking dish, (or equivalent).  I’ll shop for groceries and supply the other take-away containers.   An ice chest to take home the bounty is handy, too.  Here are the gluten-free, casein-free, low-glycemic menu items we’ll cook together this week:

Fragrant Asian Fried Rice-  Served with Thai Broth with Vegetables

Stacked Chicken Salads

Adorned with Deluscious Blueberries and Toasty Pecans

Savory Chicken Pot Pie

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup


Don’t eat chicken?  No Worries.  Easy substitutions with vegetarian proteins and/or seafood substitutions. 


Friday, Februay 18

11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m

Southwest Austin


Take all four meals home to your family for $145.00

Spectators:  $49.95


Mail a check to Tina Moody at

 28465 RR 12; Dripping Springs, TX

or register at www.kitchentherapy.eventbrite.com

(you will receive an email with directions upon registration)


 Feel free to contact me by email if you have questions: 


presented by Kitchen Therapy

presented by Kitchen Therapy

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