Recipes to the Rescue offers programs to reboot your love of food and cooking. Become an inspired, confident and organized everyday home cook... come and join the fun TODAY!
Our cooking reboot programs are dedicated to the everyday cook. Designed to reignite your love for real food, rejuvenate your desire to cook, organize your daily cooking and simplify food decisions. If you eat well, you flourish. These programs guide you in that direction.
Discover a way to cook more dinners at home, eat less take-out, nourish yourself, your family and your bank account! Our 4-session online program will turn you into a smarter, organized, healthier and happier everyday cook. Start to cook simple tasty meals that everyone will love and stir some fun into your daily cooking routine.
Find out more at www.cookingreboot.com
So many of us would love to eat healthier, cook more from home and scrap all that take-out, processed, pre-made foods that are typically fatty, sugary, and salty and makes us feel bloated and sluggish.
Now lets be honest, how many of us actually have the time to plan, shop for, and carry out healthy meal ideas? What with juggling work, family, social events and everyday chores, we have so little time to get organized in the kitchen. Plus take-out is just a phone call away! Let’s face it….it is tough out there for the everyday cook!
But what if there were an easier way to get organized and cook more, with someone guiding you through each step of the process?
I’ve been cooking with everyday cooks and delivering healthy eating options for over 15 years now, and I’ve found that my participants all want the same simple things; to eat better so they can improve their health and have more energy; to understand better what’s in their food; to prepare more meals at home; to save money by dialing down on the take-out; to get more organized with their meal planning; and to feel inspired and motivated again in the kitchen. That's why I created Cooking Reboot.
I hope to see you in the course, we will do it together.
Food enthusiast, homecook, educator and founder of Recipes to the Rescue
“I have known Barb for many years. I have always been impressed and inspired by her passion, not only for food but for sharing her knowledge! This latest endeavour is proof of how Barb continues to make healthy eating accessible and delicious."
– Barbara Allan, RD, CDE
author of “The Diabetes Prevention & Management Cookbook”
“Excellent teacher is key to the enjoyment. Barb was excellent, knowledgeable and a good teacher”
"The course was very enjoyable and everything discussed was very relatable. I liked the weekly challenes, they gave me more encouragement"
"Not loud and flashy, but sincere, from the heart and with a very good message of wholeness for us to heed. This teaching tool is a nice contribution to society - you make proud!"
Cooking Reboot - 7 Day Dinner Cooking Challenge
Do you want to cook more at home but just can't find the time? Our 7 day dinner cooking challenge will kickstart your home cooking. You will eat better, your family will love you, and you won't have to worry about, "What am I going to cook for dinner tonight?" Let's get started. Sign up here.
Sign up and commit to completing a 7 day menu plan and cook for a whole week.
Well....okay maybe cooking everyday is too ambitious....but we can try! We will support you everyday to keep you on track and we will have fun. It only costs $25...the cost of a yoga class.
Here's how the 7 day dinner cooking challenge works:
1. Sign up. It costs $25.00 to join.
2. Once you sign up your cooking week begins.
3. Your first task is to complete a 7 day menu plan. There are templates in the program for you to download. Watch the How to Menu Plan video or download the pdf document that explains how to menu plan.
4. We want you to have success. If you don’t think you can cook for all 7 days, then set realistic goals on how many meals you think you can cook during the week and start there.
5. Set yourself up for triumph. If you get busy during the week and can’t cook all the recipes you’d planned, then that’s okay. We all live busy lives. We get that. Thinking of what to cook is the biggest obstacle to actually cooking. So, if you take the time to find recipes now, but don’t have time to cook them, you can always use them next week.
6. Go to the grocery store and shop for the week. Check your pantry and replenish what is missing. You might as well get all your shopping done at once.
7. That’s it! Let the cooking begin.
We will send you an email everyday for 7 days to remind you to cook, keep you on track and encourage you along.
Potatoes are our theme this challenge. You will receive a recipe book that includes, you guessed it, potatoes, in each recipe. Did you know there are only 110 calories per one baked potato. That is less calories then a can of pop.
Hope to see you in the challenge….it’s going to be fun. If you have any questions send me an email at email@example.com
Cooking Reboot - How To Menu Plan - Free Course
Are you bored with cooking? Need some inspiration? Wish to get unstuck from your daily cooking routine? Menu Planning is a fantastic tool for the everday home cook. It will help you save time, money and spice up your day to day cooking. We offer a free course on How To Menu Plan. Sign Up Here
Menu planning is a powerful tool for the everyday cook
Imagine coming home at the end of a busy work day and knowing what to cook for dinner.
You won't have to stop at the grocery store and walk up and down isles looking for inspiration. It will all have been done ahead of time because you have a weekly menu plan. How good is that!
It's simple to menu plan if YOU DO IT. Take the Free online How To Menu Planning course to get you started.
Barb Kemp is a food educator, blogger, facilitator and self taught home cook who has been motivating and empowering the everyday cook since 1998. Kemp is passionate about food and cooking and believes cooking should be fast, simple, full of flavour and made from fresh whole foods.
Barb took for her first cooking class at age 12 and has been cooking ever since. When she became a new mom, she quickly realized other parents did not share her passion, lacked food knowledge and confidence in the kitchen. She started writing the Recipes To The Rescue Newsletter with simple, tasty recipes, and food and cooking information, to stir some fun into their cooking routines.
Barb decided to switch careers and follow her passion with food and cooking. She took writing, cooking, and nutrition courses - and that almost 20 years ago! Over the years she has taught the following curriculum food and cooking programs: community kitchens (2000-2009), the Canadian Diabetes's Cooking for your Life! (2004-2009), Food Skills for Families (FSF) curriculum and the FSF Train the Trainer program (2008-present). She wrote and facilitated healthy cooking programs for kidney and diabetic patients with Vancouver Coastal Health (2007-2009). Wrote for the North Shore Magazine (2005 – 2008), contributed to the Healthy Start Model Menu Recipe Book by M. Broughton, MSc, RD. (2006), wrote the Recipes To The Rescue Newsletter (1997-present) and the Recipes to the Rescue Blog (2009-present). In 2016 she launched the her own program on-line program, Cooking Reboot. A program that will turn you into a healthy happy home cook.
Born in Vancouver, B.C. Kemp has a BA from the University of British Columbia and a Business Diploma from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Kemp is married, has two sons and a lively Vizsla named Lucy.
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