Wow. When I made my schedule for April and May, I did not expect things to get crazy. In a good way.
A lot has happened for Kitchen Revolution…
I started summer cooking classes for kids.
And in the process, two of my former colleagues and I had a mini reunion when they sent their daughters to class!
I taught a couple of cooking workshops for public school kids in partnership with Hands on Manila and Starbucks Philippines. It’s all about starting ‘em early, folks.
I conducted an eco-friendly cooking workshop at Maribago Bluewater in Cebu over Earth day.
Knowing the resort had this killer view sealed the deal.
Photo above – this was for work, too. I conducted a healthy cooking demo for Landco Pacific in Hacienda Escudero, their luxury residential community in Quezon Province.
Unfortunately, no photos of the actual demo except for this of me and Diego, a friend who was the event’s official photographer and seemed to enjoy smoothies of the green persuasion as much as I do.
Of course, more cooking classes. Fantastic Salads 1.0, above (a repeat).
Especially in Makati, which was a first. Above — my vegan sausage factory.
Yummy Magazine came to shoot my column. Six dishes in one day, between Makati class the day before and class for kids the day after. That was one hectic week, followed by…
My cancer-fighting cooking workshop at St. Luke’s Medical Center, Quezon City. Seventy-five people attended – I’m floored! No photos yet.
The Yummy Eats fair happened last weekend and I conducted a vegan cooking demo — a first for Yummy, woohoo! Recipes to be posted on this blog, by the way.
And one of my greatest accomplishments… The kids graduated from summer cooking classes!
What a summer — I cannot be more grateful and I’m excited for the rest of the year. Now that I don’t have 8 to 12 kids bombarding my kitchen on Tuesdays and Thursdays, what’s a girl to do? I now have time to make donuts, get a tan, and get back into yoga!