You might recall this past March that I attended the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) convention, in Washington, DC. Before arriving I had arranged a dinner at Minibar, a molecular gastronomy restaurant, with other IACP members that I’d never met before. I connected with 4 wonderful individuals, all newfound friends, three of whom were culinary professionals and masters in their field.
As a child I always liked to play with my food. Actually I didn’t make towers with them, but rather fiddled around with my food. I never felt much like eating nourishing dishes – I’m sure it was due to the fact I basically lived on candy. Who could be hungry with a belly load of sugar?
I’m so excited today to share with you that I’m being featured in the national magazine “Where Women Cook.” If you follow me on facebook or receive my monthly newsletter then you’ve already heard my big news!
Hummus is one of those dips or spreads that you can enjoy eating without feeling guilty. There’s your basic hummus, edamame hummus, beet, black bean, avocado & artichoke, sun-dried tomato basil, spinach feta hummus or create your own hummus. Once you have the basic recipe down you can pretty much play with your favorite ingredients to conjure up your own tasty blend.
Hi, I’m Vicki Bensinger! I have been teaching culinary classes throughout Missouri since 1992. I offer personalized private culinary classes for individuals and small groups in the comfort of your home or organization.
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