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Add these spring veggies to your seasonal menu!

By Katya Baxter, Nutritionist,

Spring is a beautiful season. It brings awakening, new life, freshness, and a wonderful variety of delicious veggies!

Here are some ideas on how some of the common favorites can be incorporated into a menu:

Artichokes: baby artichokes can be eaten raw with just a [...]

Skeptical about building a ‘healthy’ menu? Consider a different approach.

By Katya Baxter, Nutritionist,

For years we have been told what ‘healthy’ eating means. The low fat, low calorie, low this, low that – unfortunately, this perception has become deeply rooted in our minds. It is no wonder that for chefs who have been trained to approach cooking as an art, the [...]

Restaurants Offer Cooking Classes, Score Loyal Customers/Students

One tactic many restaurants have taken to boost revenue and create customer loyalty is to offer cooking classes with their chefs. Some offer monthly courses, letting students take home whatever they have created during the class. Others’ cooking classes have eclipsed the popularity of the restaurants themselves. Just ask Chef Darin Sehnert, whose [...]