Are you cooking for multiple food restrictions?

Are you looking for new recipes to make your life easier?

Discover three new soup recipes (or more!) your food sensitive family WANTS to eat.

Have you changed your diet due to allergies or other health reasons? Does this sound like you?

♦ Cooking for multiple food allergies, sensitivities or restrictions is exhausting.

♦ I spend all my time cooking & then modified food does not taste good.

♦ How do I know which modifications or products to try?

♦ After eliminating foods, it is hard to know what to eat.

♦ I can never eat out for a break.

Butternut squash soup in a white bowl with pepitas on top
Butternut squash soup in a white bowl with pepitas on top

Instead what would it feel like if

♦  You knew you had recipes your family liked that were in your freezer?

♦  Warm luscious soups were ready to eat!

♦  Food Sensitive Family Members felt good after eating!

♦  You knew which alternative products worked for your family.

♦  Your friends did not even know the recipe was “modified.”

Delicious recipes from your kitchen are the best way to enable your food sensitive family to pursue their passions.  It is also cheaper than the alternative.  But you will have more dirty dishes!

A Community of Cooks.

You need help.  This cooking challenge is all about community – A Community of Cooks. We are all in this together.  We will be in different stages of our journey.  We may be cooking for different food sensitivities.  But we can help and encourage each other.  (And surely someone has tried a better oat milk?!?!?)

You need to actually taste the recipes

And you will.  This week will be filled with cooking so that your family can taste the recipes you have found and can give them thumbs up or thumbs down.  Then you can modify again or move on to the next recipe!

Help Wanted

Enlist help with the dishes – there will be dishes!

Challenge Details

The challenge will kick off on Saturday, February 12 with a live workshop from Cindy.  We will cook until Sunday, February 20.

There will be three hour-long live Q & A sessions on Zoom MWF.  We will interact with each other.  We may even pick a recipe to cook during one of those sessions!

All sessions will be recorded in case you cannot join us live.

Private FaceBook group for participants.

  • Share what you have cooked!
  • Share the truimphs and the failures.
  • Ask your questions.
  • Get advice.
  • Share recipes.
  • This is a KIND community.

We are all in this together.

Price

Only $20 for 4 live sessions with Cindy plus a private FB group for your questions answered.

When you finish the challenge and join The Kitchen Table membership, your second month’s membership fee will be free!

Cooking Together Is Better!

For every friend you refer who joins the challenge, you will receive $10 off your second month of the Kitchen Table membership. Invite more friends, reduce the price of subsequent months by $10!!

For Less Than Half The Price Of an In Person Cooking Class!

You know the problem with cooking classes?  They are not geared for YOUR food sensitivities.  Even if you like the recipes, when you go home you still have to modify them.  For MUCH less than a single cooking class, we will work with you to modify them so they taste good and your family can eat them!

Refunds

There are no cash refunds.  But if the unexpected happens before the challenge begins, we will apply your challenge fee to our new membership, The Kitchen Table, when it launches in February.

Early Access

Early access to the FaceBook group begins February 1.  Join early to share ideas, make cooking friends and start gathering recipes!

Cindy in yellow shirt lookin up and smiling with vegetables on cutting board

I’m Cindy Sullivan, registered dietitian who has cooked over 7000 dinners for my food sensitive family.

I have cooked for MANY different food allergies and sensitivities for the past 25 years.

  • migraines
  • food allergies
  • food sensitivities causing brain fog, fatigue, abdominal discomfort
  • adrenal fatigue
  • four different elimination diets

I am both an ordinary home cook and a nutrition educator.

I have taught cooking classes and brought modified food samples to classes for 20 years.

For many years I taught a class where participants modified recipes and brought them to class for everyone to taste.  Since that is not currently possible, I have developed the next best thing – a community of cooks who understand how hard it is to cook “differently”!

Here’s what Cindy’s community college students have to say . . .

Hitomi
“The way you teach and explain concepts is amazing. I appreciate that very much. Your patience and willingness to break down a concept so that every student can understand is brilliant.  I like the projects you assigned. They are very practical and can make it easier for anyone else to understand the information given in class, and relate it to every day life.”

Kendall
“Offered endless advice and assistance to anyone who needed it. Helping students understand the subject matter in simple and concise ways.  Being able to take large, multifaceted ideas and beak it down to just meat and potatoes (sometimes literally). Extremely understanding of students vices, deficiencies, or difficulties and genuinely works with students respectfully and earnestly.”

Sherrie
“I enjoyed {her} enthusiasm for the material and the practical knowledge that she was able to impart. She tried to make everything that we learned into skills that we can use every day to improve our health.”

Courtney
“Good at explaining the information and relating it to daily life.”

In the Spirit of the Winter Olympics join us as We Cook Together for a Healthy Future!

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