Knowing what wines to serve with your food can seem really complicated if you listen to some wine experts. But wine and food pairing doesn’t have to be difficult! With a basic understanding of the major types of wines and their characteristics, it can be
In 1981, a group of three mothers requested childcare options at Concordia Lutheran Church. In response, the church's Seeley Avenue campus opened an after-school care center for 12 children. The decades that followed saw Concordia adding two preschool locations, NAEYC accreditation and programming for seniors
Football season kicks off this month! Even if you aren’t a fanatic of the gridiron, you’re likely a fan of the food served during game time. College rivalries on Saturdays and pro showdowns on Sundays offer the perfect opportunities to host friends and families for
Summer is the perfect time to unplug and head outdoors to explore our country. Whether you prefer car camping or backpacking, there are delicious meals to be made over a campfire that don’t include franks and beans. The Chopping Block chefs gathered around the campfire
The Chopping Block is especially excited for this month because we’re opening up our outdoor patio on
Memorial Day is the official kick off of summer, but we simply couldn’t wait that long to fire up the grills on our outdoor grilling patio in Lincoln Square. The Chopping Block hosted our Big Green Egg Grilling Season Kickoff Show in mid-May, and we
More people are choosing to go gluten-free these days. Whether it’s due to health reasons or whether you just want to reduce the amount of gluten you eat, adhering to a gluten-free diet is so much more than just avoiding bread.
The Chopping Block’s Chef
Do you have a large knife block sitting on your kitchen counter full of knives you don’t know what to do with? What about that sickle-shaped one? Or the short serrated one with a double pronged tip?
The truth is most knife sets come with
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What is Occupational Therapy?
- Occupational therapists work with individuals to promote engagement in meaningful and purposeful everyday life activities (occupations) for the purpose of successful participation in roles and situations in home, school, work place, and community. (Case-Smith, J. 2010)
With March comes the start of spring and the arrival of more seasonal produce at our local farmers’ markets. We are ready to welcome asparagus, spring onions and strawberries into our cooking classes with open arms. But before that, there’s a certain holiday worthy of