Taste - Who Says Good Food Has To Taste Bad? Hop Into Cafe Blondie's Kitchen
For some, food is a creative expression. And caterer Andrea Stanley of CafÈ Blondie has only one rule - eat what you grow.
The aroma that fills her home when she cooks beckons to all the senses. You can almost tell how fresh the ingredients are just by the smell, and Stanley believes you get the best from your herbs and spices when they are free from pesticides. You connect best with your food when it is fresh.
Stanley grows her own spinach, a variety of herbs, turmeric, ginger, corn, and even pineapple. She proudly showed Food her little garden as she cut spinach to make a smoothie.
Stanley believes in simplicity when preparing a dish, and that everything can be achieved with fresh ingredients.
When it comes to dishes for her family, she believes in a bit of experimenting, especially when preparing food for her children. When there is something that she wants them to eat, that she knows they don't like, she 'tricks' them.
That is how she came up with the concept of the papaya coffee cake. It is a treat that children love, made with ingredients that, by themselves, they would claim to hate.
She invited Food into her kitchen to see just how fun and easy it can be to prepare tasty dishes. After all, as she said, "Who says good food has to taste bad?" Fire up the oven and try a few of her recipes.
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