I hosted our September potluck, which was our first annual chili cook-off. So many different things begin in September. And for me, one which I’m always excited about is football season. One of the most popular dishes to eat while watching your favorite team play is chili. So we decided to kick off a new tradition with a chili competition.
Our August meeting featured Hilary Boynton, author of The Heal Your Gut Cookbook. On her return visit as a featured speaker at our monthly meeting, this time she shared her new venture to start a nationwide movement with her upcoming documentary,
The Lunch Lady.
Our July 2018 100th WAPF Pasadena Chapter Potluck Meeting, Podcast and Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social was an amazing event for the history books. This was a true convergence of food and farming, as over 100 people from our local community Continue reading
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. 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. Continue reading