Recipes to the Rescue offers programs to reboot your love of food and cooking and will help make you into an inspired, confident and organized everyday cook...come and join the fun!
A 28-day on-line program that will help make YOU into an inspired, confident and organized everyday cook. Discover a whole new way to look at real food and everyday home cooking. Stop eating so much take-out and start taking better care of yourself, your family and you bank account. SIGN UP TODAY HERE!
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This on-line program will transform you into an inspired home cook. Do you find that you:
Feel guilty that you’re not taking the best care of yourself and your family.
Spend waaaay too much money on take-out.
Are a new Mom or Dad freaking out because you never learned how to cook!
Dream of being your healthiest self – which means less salt and sugar, and more real whole foods.
Want to make the kitchen a bigger part of your home where food, family and friendships are celebrated.
Wish there was a way cooking didn’t have to be so boring, and you could actually get excited about cooking with and eating fresh, whole foods.
Then This Course is For you!
Menu Planning Workshop
Need some inspiration and motivation to get into the kitchen? Menu planning will reduce the boredom of Monday to Friday dinner cooking and save you time, money and stress. Sign Up for our FREE COURSE HERE or come and join the fun with fellow everyday cooks in a menu planning session.
Menu Planning is the way to go!
Come and spend one hour with fellow everyday cooks and menu plan your next week(s) of cooking. Share ideas and strategies. Create a shopping list and you will have your whole week(s) of cooking planned. It will simplify your life, save you time, money, stress and help you and your family to eat well.
Sign up for a menu planning workshop below or contact RTTR to book a private session in person or for your group.
Contact Recipes to the Rescue
Kitsilano Floral Shop and Annex
2616 West 16th Ave., Vancouver
Instructor: Barb Kemp
Wednesday May 11th 7-8:30 pm
3248 King George Boulevard
Wednesday May 18th 7-8:30pm
Pre-registration is required
Eat Well - Simplify - Get Organized
This program is dedicated to the everyday cook. It will 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, and this course will guide you in that direction.
Eat Well, Simplify, Get Organized
This interactive program is a conversation about food. Delivered over four sessions, one-hour each, it includes cooking videos, visuals, demonstrations and weekly challenges and lots of support.
- Increase food knowledge.
- Learn to menu plan.
- Enhance cooking skills.
- Be inspired to eat more fresh whole foods, less packaged, take-out and processed meals.
- Understand mindful eating and why food and cooking matters.
All Participants receive a workbook and weekly challenge reminders.
This course is suitable for all those who wish to rekindle their love for food and cooking!
“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”
– Food Skills Facilitator
"The course was very enjoyable and everything discussed was very relatable. I liked the weekly challenes, they gave me more encouragement"
"The Course created the awareness with regards to cooking and health eating"
- Eat Well, Simplify, Get Organized Participants
Contact us for more information or click the Cooking Reboot Button to learn about our on-line program for the everyday cook.
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 give up her administration job and took writing, cooking, and nutrition courses. That was 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 2014 she launched the program Eat Well, Simplify, Get Organized and in summer 2016 the on-line program, Cooking Reboot.
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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