You know you deserve a great 2021…let Vintage Kitchen help!
While it might not be face to face, zoom cooking classes are the next best thing! Our online classes are interactive so students can ask questions and get personalized instruction in a small virtual setting. All school aged children will have the opportunity for two classes per month, one cooking and one baking. Moms andContinue reading “Home Economics at Home”
We are so excited to be re-opening. A few notes to consider: Our classes will be limited to 8 people. Please bring your own apron or you can use one of our disposable aprons. We will be eating on our porch, or you are able to take your meal home. We will be using disposableContinue reading “Re-opening schedule”
Maybe it is just me, but when planning my vacations, where and what I am going to eat are top on my list. That is probably why I need to exercise off weight once I get home! Anyone one up for a walk to China? Seriously, it is the best way to find out aboutContinue reading “Vacation Inspiration”
It all started with an idea to upgrade a lime cupcake for a cooking demo… I was scheduled to give a cooking demonstration at Woodloch Lodge that focused on using Young Living Essential Oils in recipes. I had prepared lime cupcakes previously, and since it is my newest “recipe of the season” (expect to seeContinue reading “White Chocolate Lime Bark”
It is no secret that I love using my slow cooker to get family meals together. Here are my top three reasons for using the slow cooker: Foods can be cooking while away at work. Foods can be cooking without heating the kitchen during the summer months. Foods can be cooking while I am at home, spending myContinue reading “Slow Cooker Love!”
You’ve heard the saying before, “Less is more”. I remember my mom telling me that in regard to make-up, when I was in 8th grade during the 80’s, you get the idea! Back then, I had a hard time understanding what she meant. Unfortunately, there are pictures to prove her point! Today, my home kitchen neededContinue reading “Less is More”