It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you give up sleep!
The MY KITCHEN Cookbook & Class Syllabus is now published and available for purchase. 100% of sales goes to the outreach program, and for every book you purchase, we can provide two, for free, to our students.
The cook book includes the lessons and recipes that we teach in our six-class course, as well as some great dishes that the kids created themselves!
Huge THANK YOU to Amy J Roloff for the amazing Foreword, and to all of our heroes at Sparks of Hope, My Father’s House, A Community Shelter, Inc., Impact NW, and The Father’s Heart Street Ministry, and North Creek – The Coffee Church for giving us the opportunity to do what we love!
You can order your copies at our secure website, here!
Thanks and please share!
PS – Makes great Christmas presents!
How to read and write a recipe is a major focus of our MY KITCHEN Outreach Program, Each class, we encourage our students to take the basic recipe we give them and, using ingredients from our “pantry table” create their own unique version of that dish.
This was one of my personal favorites, that one of the girls in class created, and one we used for the class final, where we prepare and serve a five-course dinner for parents and case-managers.
This is an amazing appetizer!
2 hard-boiled eggs, chopped (see our recipe: “How to cook Perfect Boiled Eggs!”)
2 ½ tsp. yellow mustard
2 ½ Tbsp. Mayonnaise
pinch each: salt & pepper
2 ½ tsp. sweet pickle relish
2 oz. pepperoni, chopped
1 Tbsp. fresh parsley, chopped
Black olive slices
Combine eggs, mustard, mayo, salt & pepper, relish, and pepperoni, and mix until smooth.
Refrigerate, covered, at least two hours (overnight is best).
Spoon 1 Tbsp. of egg mixture onto each cracker, top with 2 olive slices, and sprinkle with fresh chopped parsley.
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