At Cook Culture, one of the great things about the store and cook shop is having customers that are as passionate about cooking as we are. We spend each day helping people find just the right kitchen gear- everything from setting someone up with the right knife, recommending the perfect sized fry pan or a kitchen gadget that someone never knew could make cooking so easy.
A magical moment was captured during one of Linda Michaluk's cheese-making classes this past fall. While Linda and chef Mara Jernigan were demonstrating how easy it is to make fresh cheeses such as ricotta and mozzarella at home... Mara broke out the Mozza Knot. You can also see how it's done in Italy but Mara's way is much, much easier to follow.
If you like to cook, chances are you also enjoy listening to music. When you’re in the kitchen, music can be inspiring, energizing and uplifting. For myself, whether I’m making soup, preparing dinner, baking or canning - music helps to clear the mind, keep spirits high and my energy up for all the tasks at hand. Staying positive and relaxed becomes especially important when making a time-consuming dish or a complicated recipe.
A new load of Hurmon Slow Juicers and Juicer/Smoothie makers just arrived. We'll be making juice in the kitchen all weekend long...drop in for a demo anytime!
Kale, apple, lemon and ginger? What's your fav?
http://www.slowjuicer.com/slowjuicer-7.html Hurom-Slow Juicer8 hours 46 min ago.
Wanted to say thanks for supporting the renovation of the Mustard Seed shelter and food bank! I appreciate it when companies are community focused. I'll be coming to Cook Culture soon!
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