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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Waterford woman writes about cooking for family

TIME: 6:30 - 7:30 p.m., Monday, April 18

WHERE: Madison Heights Public Library, 240 W. 13 Mile Rd., Madison Heights, MI 48071

WHAT: Darla Jaros, a resident of Waterford, MI, will be teaching a cooking workshop based on her Cookbook, The Kitchen Assistant: Time and Money Saving Tips in the Kitchen.

As a single mom supporting three children, Darla Jaros of Waterford learned the importance of fulfilling her children's preferential tastes with presentation as well as nutrition.
After collecting recipes and helpful kitchen tips for more than 30 years, Darla combined her knowledgeable and tried-and-true basic principles of cooking into this helpful and unique cookbook.
Darla utilizes fresh ingredients and a handful of useful guidelines to cook quick-and-easy meals on a tight budget. She is well versed in providing delicious, wholesome, and inexpensive meals while saving time and cleanup in the kitchen.
Darla will teach you which staple items to always keep handy, how to make a meal for the entire family when the cupboards seem bare, and the multiple uses of spices, as well as a weight-management plan.
Her useful and unique tips will help you successfully prepare for a healthy dining experience while stretching your grocery dollars.
The Kitchen Assistant is sure to become your daily reference guide and a permanent fixture in your family kitchen.


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Blogger Dan.Eliot said...

Choose a healthier way of cooking your own food. Grill, bake, roast, steam, or microwave foods. Instead of deep frying, you can also stir-fry. Also choose methods of cooking that can retain the color, the flavor as well as the nutrients of the vegetables and other ingredients.

Healthy cooking tips

April 7, 2011 at 5:27 AM 

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