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How to Make Easy Tortilla Soup

How to Dice an Onion

9 Great Reasons to Purchase a Gift Card

SHARE THE JOY OF COOKING Eating is one of life’s great pleasures. Sharing a meal with your family and friends brings everyone together. The cook of that great meal enjoys

Picking Flour for Better Bread and Pasta

Did you know that all flours are not alike? In the baking classes at the South Bay School of Cooking, we hear many questions: When should I use unbleached vs.

Vanilla: The Essential Essence!

Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice!

Maybe this is a bit farfetched but we have made the return of our beloved Everything Pumpkin class–now called Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice. “The Great Pumpkin rises out of

Let the Autumn baking Season Begin!

As a chef, autumn has the best and most fun recipes. As the days get shorter and cooler, I begin to a longing for foods of my childhood and I

Cooking Should Be Fun!

Some people cringe just hearing the word ‘cooking’. Often seen it as a horrible chore that has to get done before moving on to something else even though the body

Men Cooking: The Kitchen is the New “Man Cave”

  5.06.2017   Annette Gallardo   News   No comments

Man, Fire, Food: The Trend toward Men Cooking During the last fourteen years of teaching, I’ve seen a tremendous shift toward men cooking and taking a more active role in

Asian Pacific Heritage Month

Asian Food Mania and a Celebration of Asian Pacific Heritage Month The month of May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month. Did you know that the greater Los Angeles area has