About a year ago, I led an ethnic night on the topic of Jewish cooking. I did a follow up presentation for the June Weston A. Price Pasadena potluck on Hungarian cuisine. While I’m both culturally Jewish and Hungarian, leading the two nights couldn’t have been more different.
Earlier this week, we lost an important member of our local Weston A. Price community, John “Dey Dey” de Bruin of Santa Barbara. Below is our tribute to John:
Among the members of the Pasadena Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation, John “Dey Dey” de Bruin will always be remembered for his big smile and sunny disposition. He was one of our first speakers when Continue reading
Probiotic drinks are popular in all types of dietary circles, Weston A. Price Foundation included, so the May potluck was the return of Hannah Crum aka The Kombucha Mamma. She’s the founder Kombucha Kamp, which is devoted to educating the world about kombucha. Hannah wants to expand the Continue reading
Our April potluck was a Peruvian ethnic night and our annual chapter birthday celebration. As sometimes happens, this time our guest speaker had to cancel at the last minute, but nevertheless, we still had a great meeting. Continue reading
It was a dark, cold, rainy evening in the canyon at the Nature Friends Lodge, when people slowly trickled in for the meeting. It took about an hour, but by 7:30 just about everyone had arrived. We were a group of about 15 people, including a married couple with 2 adorable young children. Continue reading