Summer has come and gone and now it is the time to harvest and gather ourselves, dream big, shine our light, and cook up nourishing organic meals, feasts for all our senses. To inspire your home cooking, and luscious living, I am having an art show and offering 4 group hands on cooking classes by popular demand: Continue reading
Saturday, November 11; 10:30 AM-2PM; Sunday, November 12; 10:30 AM-2PM; Amherst, MA; Hands on Organic Farm to Table Cooking Classes
Take one or both classes. Different menu each class
A pinch of this, a sprinkle of that—the right herbs and spices enhance the flavor of any dish. These fun and informative hands-on vegetarian cooking classes are designed for both novice and seasoned cooks. Gourmet organic chef, teacher, and cookbook author Leslie Cerier shows you how to use herbs and spices to make delicious, healthy, globally inspired dishes, from appetizers to desserts. You learn how to Continue reading
Organic Farm to Table Vegetarian Soups for All Seasons using Local, Seasonal, Organic Ingredients
As a Personal Chef, I partner with many local organic farms to insure that my dishes are made with only the freshest and tastiest ingredients available. I specialize in organic vegetarian farm to table cuisine. Many options are also vegan, and gluten-free. Delicious Food as Medicine also available. Continue reading
As the seasons change to cooler temperatures here in New England, I am making hearty, organic, vegetarian and vegan soups for myself as well as my personal chef clients.
Here is a partial list of main course and first course soups, I am making these days with the local, organic harvest of vegetables, herbs, and spices. All for health and pleasure! Continue reading
“Have you ever thought of cooking as a spiritual experience? A zen state of mind? Leslie Cerier has, and when she talks about cooking or picking and smelling herbs from her vegetable garden, I was transported.
Leslie has a wonderful approach to cooking that I am so excited to share with you. She talks about focusing our minds and slowing down before diving in to a recipe, then using that focus to express yourself through your cooking and your presentation.” says Lisa King.