Asheville is known for many attractions; The Biltmore estate, restaurants, the Blue Ridge parkway. But Asheville’s real specialty is the small, unique vendors such as: Asheville Wellness Tours, Namaste in Nature and my cooking school, Asheville Mountain Kitchen, or as some client once described it, Asheville’s best kept secret! Sign up to a cooking class […]
What on earth is that? I would choose food over post it notes anytime. Wouldn’t you? My journey into design thinking was gradual. I studied traditional design; landscape architecture and urban design. While I loved how revealing the design process was, I often felt that it wasn’t well connected to the human experience. Designers put […]
Many people love the idea of meal prep but struggle to make it a regular part of their lives. I’ve heard of many different obstacles to preparing meals for the week: “I don’t have time.” “My kids are picky eaters.” “I’m not a good cook.” “I get bored with eating the same thing every day.” “I wouldn’t […]
Authentic Italian meal made easy Ofri was an amazing host who led the whole group into making a delicious meal consisting of two types of gnocchi, two different sauces, a caprese salad, and profiteroles. Ofri showed us tips on how to make preparing these dishes easier and ensure nothing was overcooked. She even offered to […]
Such an easy summer salad. Grilled steak slices served on top of an aromatic salad with Thai basil, cilantro and chilis. The dressing is made from 1 lime 2 Tbsp of sugar (made into simple syrup) 2 Tbsp fish sauce Fresh chili to taste. Mix it all up and pour over the salad
Gnudi, meaning nude ravioli. is the simplest dumpling you’ll ever make. Just mix ricotta with all-purpose flour until you get a creamy dough. Form into dumplings and voila! its ready. Cook in boiling water like you would pasta and scoop it out when the gnudi floats after 2 minutes. Mix with your favorite sauce.
Hello folks, We live in a very confusing time. I am writing this posts to share my thoughts about the near and far future with y’all. Asheville Mountain Kitchen will continue to host classes for ANY size group. In the near future that might mean only small size groups. For those of you who know […]
Summer vegetables are slowly starting to appear and brighten our world. Asheville Mountain Kitchen cooking classes are coming back slowly at the end of May. Please join us to reconnect with our amazing community, in a safe, clean environment. Our first class teaches Indian cuisine. We focus on spices and systematized methods of making it […]