Author of the food blog, A Food Centric Life and owner of Everyday Gourmet Personal Chef Services, Chef Sally Cameron also loves to share her passion for healthy cooking through teaching.
Cameron received her professional culinary training from The Art Institute of California. She is also a graduate of the University of San Francisco, and a member of the US Personal Chef Association and International Assoc of Culinary Professionals. Her experience and professional training includes American regional, Italian, Asian, and classical French cuisines along with baking and pastry. Her specialty is cooking exactly what her clients want with a health focus in mind.
On November 1st and the 8th, Chef Sally will share recipes perfect for the Fall and Holiday seasons!
Warm soups are comforting, filing and a great way to get important nutrition into your diet. Come learn to make healthy, easy soups for fall lunches, dinners and snacks. Chef Sally will be sharing techniques and recipes for tomato soup, spiced pumpkin-black bean soup and butternut squash-apple soup.
Nov. 1 — Easy Fall Soups
These are easy, healthy and can be used for dinner, lunches (at home or in a thermos for packed lunches) and scale well for a crowd. Classic tomato, curried butternut squash-apple, black bean-pumpkin, vegetarian minestrone. Get the recipes from her blog here:
Nov. 8 — Easy Side Dishes for the Holidays
No-cook cranberry salad, perfect mashed potatoes, baby green beans with dried cranberries and toasted pecans, maybe a spiced pumpkin mousse (dessert) or a smoked salmon mousse (appetizer). Both of those are made ahead and also easily transportable if needed (to someone else’s house for example).