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Chef carlyn's Kitchen

Holladay,, Tennessee, United States

Member for over 7 years

 

Chef Carlyn is recognized as one of the Foremost Authorities on Diet, Health and Nutrition and Food

 

About me

Chef Carlyn Is recognized as one of the foremost authorities on Diet, Health And Nutrition. Her wide field of information in diet and nutrition has made it possible for her to own and operate health food stores and vegetarian restaurants over the years. She also operates a cooking school in Tennessee. She has traveled  all over the country giving cooking classes in vegan and vegetarian cookery and food combining.

Chef Carlyn has been working in these areas for over 30 years. She is originally from Washingon, D.C. and specializes in Consumer Education.

Chef Carlyn has done t.v. shows nationwide. She is avialable for cooking classes and demonstrations, as well as health lectures. 

"Learning to cook is some of the best training anyone can take. Everyone has to eat, and with good training, preparing food becomes very enjoyable and brings back the spirit of sharing with family and friends. Check out her website and blog.

www.bibleschoolofhealth.com

www.karasdelight.blogspot.com

 

Cooking Interests

You Want To Know What dish I'm Famous For? ...Well I'm A Vegan Chef!! ..I'm Most Famous For My Cheese Cakes!! ...And My Mock Crab Cakes!! ...

..And My Favoriet Dish Is Making Stone Baked Pizza!! Ha Ha! 

..The Styles Of Cusine I Love Is Vegan/Vegetarian Gourmet Cooking!! All Styles!! My Favorite Restaurant Is My Own!! Ha Ha!! ..The Staff Of Life Vegetarian Gourmet Restaurant! 

 

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"Grilling, broiling, barbecuing-whatever you want to call it-is an art, not just a matter of building a pyre and throwing on a piece of meat as a sacrifice to the gods of the stomach."
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