Why does Zen-Flow Method make cooking a week’s worth of food so much more fun?
Simple – it beats any other organized system in ease of menu preparation and ease in cooking! The Zen-Flow Method is the only recipe management system that allows you to focus on the actual meal “doing”. Sarah Lang, a personal chef in Minneapolis, MN writes: “The choreography we perfected works fantastically, as do many of your recipes I have adopted. 🙂 I am forever grateful to you for teaching me so much! ”
Do you know how to prepare 12 elegant, complex, foodie-style meals while focusing on the immediate task at hand (or under knife) with eyes closed and Jedi-like precision hit the target and have meals at hand for your week? You see yourself sitting down sharing the meal you’ve prepared with TLC? I’ve seen how to do this and I’m going to show you.
I’m so excited to invite you to this first class in the series of meal planning using the Zen-Flow Method at the Southwest Virginia Center for Higher Education, Monday, September 9, 2013 6P-9P
Celebrate the Kids Back in School!!
Zen-Flow Method | 12 All-Gluten-Free Family Meals in 3 Hours.
Wow! What to do during all that free time in the day while the kids are in school? Carve out a 3 hour slot to cook up a batch of meals. Just imagine what you could do with those hours stretched out over the week! These are three full menus, serving 4 hungry folks. If you’re inspired, shop for the additional menu items when you pick up the kids. Your meals are ready to heat and eat, no stress required.
- Asian Supper; Beef Tataki. Serve with brown rice (make double-batch and freeze remainder!), steamed edamame and plums with frozen yogurt.
- Market Supper! Vegetable Gumbo with Cauliflower Rice and sliced pears.
- Bistro Dinner: Chicken Saltimbocca with spinach, gluten-free flat noodles, and simple salad.