Gluten-Free Cooking Demonstrations

media_logoAny people out there with Celiac Disease? Do you like British accents? Luckily, the two go together when talking about someone I was fortunate to meet through a new facility we both teach at. Chef Oonagh Williams is a gluten-free chef who is helping teach people that you can enjoy your food even if you must be gluten-free due to intolerance or sensitivity.

You may be aware of Chef Williams and her website www.royaltemptations.com as she has been featured on WMUR’s Cook’s Corner and has given countless talks on the topic of gluten intolerance and sensitivity. The thing that’s so exciting, is that she is doing cooking demonstrations! They have already started, but it’s not too late to sign up. If you’ve been looking for ways to cook great tasting foods (can you say crunchy tilapia tacos or chocolate cake with chocolate ganache), but still keep your gut in check, I highly recommend you check out these demonstrations. You can register for one or all the rest in the series on their website.

YCD Holistic Healing is a new educational and retreat center located at 1 Prospect St. in Nashua with great instructors teaching people how to live well and be healthy through interesting topics. You’re welcome to visit the website and sign up for the newsletter to learn more about what’s being offered there. You can check out the Facebook page too.

As always, please email eatdrinkplay@stayworkplay.org to share your ideas of any New Hampshire related food/drink/venue/organization that you think should be featured here.

 

2 Responses to “Gluten-Free Cooking Demonstrations”

  1. OonaghJune 18, 2014 at 9:56 pm #

    Love the write up, thank you. In fact no one at the class tonight needed to be gluten free and it was all real food so naturally gluten free. I had kept some of the cashew nut hummus, Asian spring roll and the salade nicoise with salmon and asparagus for Yvonne to try after the yoga class and I think you could say she was in heaven. Next weeks class on a Mexican theme, but not 5 or 10 alarm heat, has been moved to 6-8 pm on Wednesday 25 June instead of lunchtime. Bean and corn salsa, Mexican roll up with ham, cheese, corn, herbs, pepper jelly and mango mousse. Again naturally gluten free and good for everyone, no nasty chemicals or preservatives our bodies don’t want or don’t need. Hopefully you’ll make it to one when baby allows.

  2. KarenJune 25, 2014 at 9:04 pm #

    Thanks Oonagh! It all sounds delicious!

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