One of my new favorite routines of the past month is that ALL of our internal staff has to go watch 2-4 classes in action every month. Between the 8 of us, that’s watching 20-30 live classes per month!
We use this opportunity to give tips to our experienced chefs, say hi to clients and get the “buzz” of seeing a great class in action.
Speaking of classes, our Spring 2020 session “Mexican Fiesta” is CLOSING soon. Join us with the link below!
Last week I went to Immaculate Conception, a Catholic School in downtown Los Angeles, and the day’s recipe was “Tofu Lettuce Wraps”
The lesson started with Chef Emma having kids help chop bell peppers, whisk up a quick teriyaki sauce, squeeze limes and get cooking!
She’s got great energy and I give her credit for having 8 kindergarteners in her class and she still kept the lesson moving smoothly.
Next up she sauted the veggies, with the help of the kids, added the tofu talked about plant-based protein and then helped the kids serve it in a lettuce wrap
Here’s a pic from my Instagram:
The kids LOVED the lettuce wraps.
And I ate them and can verify that they were delicious.
Tofu is VERY easy to make delicious for kids
And we got them to eat lettuce wraps!
If you want to kids to eat healthy foods you HAVE to join our cooking class. It’ll change their lives, just like the kids in this class
Chef Eric Horwitz