All our annual and quarterly events have healthy cooking demo by renowned chefs, who are also trained nutritionists and dieticians. We offer a wide range of healthy food during these demos. It could range from SOS (Salt, Oil, Sugar) free food preparations that are mouthwatering and appealing. From pure vegan to several other recipes from TrueNorth, leading culinary professors, chefs to Ayurveda and other exotic forms of cooking are now part of our agenda.
We work closely with several Wellness nutritionists like Timaree Hagenburger, Cathy Fisher, Katie May, Rekha Kotyam and several others. TrueNorth, South Asia Heart Center, VeganOutreach are some of institutions that work with us to organize food tasting, cooking demos and create a galaxy of healthy recipes that our stakeholders can use and adopt in their daily life.
We shall be giving out recipes on a regular basis and present videos of cooking demos and invite you to these sessions. Contact us to learn more………
Healthy Cooking Tips
Timaree and her Jicama Chips on FOX40 TV!
by Timaree Hagenburger on September 12, 2019 at 11:20 pm
Timaree returned to the Studio40 TV Kitchen to share her Jicama Chips, Bell Pepper Dippers and Cowboy Salad with Gary, Scott and the crew! Find the recipes in her book, The Foodie Bar Way: One Meal. Lots of Options. Everyone’s Happy. as well as in an article she wrote about the Cowboy Salad and another aboutRead More » […]
Father Steps Up His Game!
by Timaree Hagenburger on September 7, 2019 at 8:53 pm
You are in for a real treat! Not only will you get to learn about Kip Baumann, one of my incredible students from Cosumnes River College, but you will get my recipe for Seasoned Black Beans that I published in my cookbook! Next month, you will hear from his kids (Q & A style) andRead More » […]
Cooking on California Bountiful TV: Apricots and Chia Pudding!
by Timaree Hagenburger on August 29, 2019 at 12:57 am
Timaree picks out some beautiful apricots at the Farmers’ Market and then shows Tracy how to make Apricot Mango Chia Pudding… delicious for breakfast, dessert or a snack! […]
Timaree on Studio40 TV – Jicama and Watermelon Unite!
by Timaree Hagenburger on August 18, 2019 at 2:39 am
When I brought my 50-50 Citrus Kissed Salad to the set of Studio40, Gary couldn’t stop eating it!!! If you want to watch me make the recipe in my kitchen, check out this video from California Bountiful TV and find the recipe featured in this article that I wrote. Don’t miss the California Vegetarian FoodRead More » […]
Curry Rice Casserole
by Cathy on August 9, 2019 at 6:08 am
This hearty and flavorful casserole makes a great main dish when you want something a little special. This recipe requires a bit of extra prep, but it’s worth it because it makes a lot of food and it’s very delicious! (See Notes for variations and substitutions.) Print Curry Rice Casserole Prep time: 60 mins Cook... Read More » The post Curry Rice Casserole appeared first on Straight Up Food. […]
“Winner” Spaghetti Dinner!
by Timaree Hagenburger on July 27, 2019 at 7:29 pm
I am excited for you to meet Christina, one of my students who is a motorcycle mama who doesn’t back down from challenges, rather, uses them to get stronger, mentally and physically, and take even better care of her family! I also think that you will love the super easy pasta dish that became anRead More » […]
Podcast Episode 14: Giving Myself Grace
by Timaree Hagenburger on July 19, 2019 at 8:37 pm
I suffer from the “Yes” disease. Learn what I plan to do about it! You can listen from here through Anchor, but the podcast is also available on 9 other platforms, including: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Breaker Overcast Pocket Casts PodBean RadioPublic I will add to the list as the podcast becomes availableRead More » […]
Timaree on Studio40 TV – Dessert Nachos!
by Timaree Hagenburger on July 16, 2019 at 8:32 pm
I stopped in at Studio40 again – one of FOX4o’s daytime shows to talk about my cooking demonstrations at the California State Fair. I brought my famous Dessert Nachos… what a lucky crew! Everyone gobbled them up behind the scenes! […]
Podcast Episode 13: Connections
by Timaree Hagenburger on July 13, 2019 at 8:37 pm
During this episode, Timaree discusses one of the themes that emerged from the P-POD (Plant-Based Prevention of Disease) conference she recently attended and shares strategies for using it to improve the quality of your life. You can listen from here through Anchor, but the podcast is also available on 9 other platforms, including: Apple PodcastsRead More » […]
Podcast Episode 12: Zucchini from the garden! Why should I eat it and what can I do with it?
by Timaree Hagenburger on July 6, 2019 at 8:37 pm
Learn all about summer squash, how to shop for it, why we should consume it and how to prepare it to maximize our enjoyment and the nutrient content. Direct link to article featured in this podcast that includes 2 recipes: https://thenutritionprofessor.com/zucchini-health-benefits-and-recipe-ideas/ More zucchini recipes: https://thenutritionprofessor.com/swap-zucchini-for-pasta-for-healthier-meal/ Watch me shop and cook with zucchini on California Bountiful TV: https://thenutritionprofessor.com/video-nutrition-professor-cooks-california-bountiful-ez-zucchini/Read More » […]
Podcast Episode 11: Trivia time – Which vegetable offers the most protein and fiber?
by Timaree Hagenburger on June 29, 2019 at 8:37 pm
Learn how to eat smart, shop smart, cook smart when it comes to the amazing vegetable that offers more protein and fiber than any other! For access to my article featured in this podcast: https://thenutritionprofessor.com/beans-are-a-good-nutrition-bet/ You can listen from here through Anchor, but the podcast is also available on 9 other platforms, including: Apple Podcasts GoogleRead More » […]
Yellow Split Pea & Butternut Soup
by Cathy on June 26, 2019 at 12:17 am
Butternut squash soups are traditionally very smooth, and a bit boring, in my opinion. This recipe adds some texture, with yellow split peas, onion and celery; and since squash and peas really soak up flavor, plenty of dried herbs and spices are added. Print Yellow Split Pea & Butternut Soup Prep time: 20 mins Cook... Read More » The post Yellow Split Pea & Butternut Soup appeared first on Straight Up Food. […]
by Cathy on June 9, 2019 at 10:29 pm
Mediterranean salads often call for feta cheese, but I use cauliflower instead, which, of course, doesn’t taste like feta, but we eat with our eyes too, so it works well! Avocado is added to lend some richness in place of the usual high-fat olive oil and cheese. Print Mediterranean Salad Prep time: 25 mins Total... Read More » The post Mediterranean Salad appeared first on Straight Up Food. […]
by Cathy on February 9, 2019 at 6:34 pm
Traditional jambalaya is full of meat and seafood, but not in this recipe! I’ve kept in the onion, bell pepper, celery, beans and rice. This one-pot dish originated in Louisiana out of Spanish, African and French influence. This recipe is a healthful adaptation of the tomato-based Creole version. Print Jambalaya Stew Prep time: 25 mins Cook... Read More » The post Jambalaya Stew appeared first on Straight Up Food. […]
Ginger Heart Cookies
by Cathy on February 8, 2019 at 8:00 pm
These little ginger cookies are perfect for Valentine’s Day, or whenever you’re feeling the love—and they can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. A cousin of gingerbread but without the brown sugar, molasses, eggs and butter. These cookies are akin to denser tea biscuits. They remind me of thicker graham crackers, and... Read More » The post Ginger Heart Cookies appeared first on Straight Up Food. […]
No-Bake Pumpkin Cream Pie
by Cathy on November 15, 2018 at 12:18 am
This pumpkin pie is a fun departure from my first pumpkin pie, which is not quite as sweet, is lower in fat, and is denser. This pie is very sweet, rich and fluffy, akin to ice-cream and cheesecake—a very decadent dessert for anyone who’s ready for PP 2.0! Print No-Bake Pumpkin Cream Pie Prep time: 3... Read More » The post No-Bake Pumpkin Cream Pie appeared first on Straight Up Food. […]
Asian Vegetable Noodle Soup
by Cathy on November 6, 2018 at 8:42 pm
This is a very easy-to-make, broth-based soup with traditional Asian flavors (garlic, ginger, lime, coriander). Noodles give this lighter soup more heartiness. For variations with vegetables, herbs and spices, and noodles, see the Notes section. Enjoy! Print Asian Vegetable Noodle Soup Prep time: 15 mins Cook time: 15 mins Total time: 30 mins Serves: 4 (makes... Read More » The post Asian Vegetable Noodle Soup appeared first on Straight Up Food. […]
by Cathy on October 14, 2018 at 4:40 am
This soup is perfect for fall, with a creamy broth and lots of chunky vegetables. Make it a little rich with the addition of a few cashews, or leave them out for a still creamy but lower-fat soup. Rosemary adds great flavor and cannellini beans add heartiness. Print Cauliflower Soup Prep time: 30 mins Cook... Read More » The post Cauliflower Soup appeared first on Straight Up Food. […]
Apricot-cardamom Oatmeal Cookies
by Cathy on June 26, 2018 at 6:52 pm
These cookies are delicious and pretty! They highlight fresh apricots, cardamom, dates, tahini (ground sesame paste), and white sesame seeds. I took these to a recent potluck and they got rave reviews from everyone who tried them! Print Apricot-cardamom Oatmeal Cookies Prep time: 25 mins Cook time: 17 mins Total time: 42 mins Serves: 24 (1... Read More » The post Apricot-cardamom Oatmeal Cookies appeared first on Straight Up Food. […]
by Cathy on June 26, 2018 at 5:20 pm
Baba ghanoush is a Middle Eastern dish made of cooked, mashed eggplant, tahini (sesame seed paste), and seasonings. Traditional recipes call for olive oil and salt, but I do not use these ingredients, so they are left out. I serve this as a dip with fresh vegetables or as a topping for potatoes instead of... Read More » The post Baba Ghanoush appeared first on Straight Up Food. […]