Archive for February, 2009

Green and Gluten-Free, new book coming!
February 19, 2009

Hi all,

I have a new email address:

If you have emailed me at my former AOL address, please make a note of the new email address:

Hope you are enjoying the sunshine and milder temperatures. I am!

 Just checking in with you… I have received a bunch of requests to put in another sea vegetable order. If you are interested in buying bulk Maine’s alaria, dulse, kelp, laver, nori and toasted nori, kelp chips from the west coas, as well as teff grain and teff flour, please let me know. I have the teff in stock and will be putting in a sea veggie order very soon.

Also, in teaching news, I will be teaching Great Grains in the Morning & Vegetarian Express at the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City this March 30 & 31. I will be teaching Gluten-Free Cooking and Baking at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Lenox, MA with Nutritionist Kathie Swift this June 28-July2nd; and then teaching a Holiday Gluten-Free Baking weekend (on my own) in December; I will also be teaching Improvisational Cooking for Health and Vitality this October at Esalen in Big Sur, CA.


I have some local classes happening here in April and also been getting requests for more local cooking classes. Let me know what you would like to learn and when are good times. Lately, folks are contacting me for more classes focusing on cooking with whole grains, one of my specialties. In fact, I am writing a book focusing on gluten-free cooking and baking with whole grains: Green and Gluten-free—blending my commitment to sustainable and organic agriculture, cooking with the seasons with whole grains.


Also, I have been doing lots of local speaking engagements, including University of Massachusetts in Amherst, on behalf of Lessening our Carbon Footprint and Eating Local, themes that I will be writing about in Green and Gluten Free.


Hope to see you all soon.


Be sure to contact me if you want to order any sea veggies or teff grain and flour. I would be happy to meet you in Amherst, too.