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.
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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
When we think of Valentine’s Day, red roses and a box of chocolates may come to mind as the typical gift. Yawn. If your sweetie has a sweet tooth, wouldn’t you rather sweep him/her off their feet with a handmade gift of chocolate?
Christmas and Hannukah are a wrap. It’s time to turn our attention from cookies, cakes and pies to greens, protein and grains. A new year is a natural time to reflect on our eating habits and resolve to do better in the future. January is
The Thanksgiving food coma has passed, and now it’s time to keep our ovens busy with all of the holiday baking we’ll be doing in December. But baking for a crowd, whether for a holiday gathering or for gifting food items to friends and family,
It’s almost that time: that fall day in Lincoln Square where the smell of fresh baked Apple Pie wafts out of The Chopping Block’s kitchen, where hot mugs of Apple Cider are consumed all day, where bushels of apples are displayed, where kids have sticky
It’s back to school time. Summer is winding down, and Labor Day is just ahead. The shift in seasons is approaching, but that doesn’t mean we’re ready to call it quits on outdoor eating in Chicago just yet. In fact, now is the perfect picnic
“It should be a crime to sell tomatoes in the U.S. anytime other than June through September.” ~Chef Carrie Bradley, The Chopping Block
There’s no arguing tomatoes are at their best right now. They are plump, juicy and full of flavor, especially the ones you