What’s for dinner?

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“I don’t know. What do you want?”

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Simple and Easy Weeknight Chili Recipe

You can have a delicious bowl of chili from countertop to dining table in 30 minutes. It’s an easy weeknight recipe that will have your tastebuds dancing.

The History of Chili: The Official Texas State Dish

History points to Texas as the epicenter for the origins of chili. This beloved fare was named its official state dish in 1977. And not a moment too soon!

Brown Rice With Sage and Walnuts

Highlight the nutty flavor of brown rice with the addition of apple juice, sage, and walnuts. Bake brown rice in the oven for ease and even cooking.

Sage Advice: Try This Trusty And Flavorful Herb

ove yourself to be very wise. Give sage, an ancient, delightful, and hardy herb with healing properties, a place in your garden and on your plates.

Cook More: Reduce Food Waste. Save Money.

It’s a win-win for your local landfill and your wallet when you cook more to reduce food waste and save money. Read these four tips to do just that.

Fresh, Healthy Fruit and Yogurt Salad

It’s time for a fruit salad revolution! Try this Fruit and Yogurt Salad that takes advantage of in-season fruit and packs a protein punch with Greek yogurt.

Live With VISION, Not Resolutions

Ditch the mill-stone New Year’s resolutions. Instead, learn to live with VISION where your day-to-day choices are inspired by your soul.

Easy Weeknight Beef and Beer Stew

Simmer this easily assembled beef and beer stew in the oven, on the stovetop, or in your crockpot. Serve it with crusty bread or cornbread.

Behold the Onion: Pretty Stinkin’ Popular

Even though often under appreciated, the lowly onion offers big flavor, play a major role in most every cuisine, and have a long history with mankind.

Auld Lang Syne: Not Just For New Year’s Eve

Auld Lang Syne: It’s not just for New Year’s Eve. Connect the sweet memories of your past with your hopes for tomorrow by spending time at the table today.

Our mission is to help people answer the most important question of the day – “What’s for dinner?” – in several delicious ways.

Workforce Health and Well-Being

eLearning

Culinary Team Building

Hands-On Cooking Classes

Chef Speaker Sandra Lewis

A Savory Moment

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Transform The Health and Culture of Your Organization

Health and productivity at work begins in the home. Workers who feed body, soul, and spirit at their home table are healthier, happier, and more productive at work.

 

“What’s For Dinner?” eLearning

Master the FABOULOUS 5 Cooking Skills that will change your life in the kitchen on a weeknight.

Culinary Team Building

Tasty lessons from the kitchen for any kind of team, co-workers, friends, family. This hands-on experience ends with a delicious communal meal.

Hands-On Cooking Classes

Master the FABOULOUS 5 Cooking Skills in the kitchen side-by-side with Chef Sandra Lewis. 

Before she went to culinary school, Chef Speaker Sandra Lewis raised two daughters as a single working mom. Most evenings she cooked and spent time at the table with her kids. Life at the table was the rhythm of life.

When her daughters entered college, she sold her house, put everything in storage and enrolled in culinary school.

Today, she combines her work experience with her culinary training to share the tips, tricks, and strategies for feeding body, soul, and spirit. And it begins with making short, yet tasty work in the home kitchen.

Looking for a deliciously entertaining and inspiring speaker on cooking, creating community, or living your passion?

Meet Chef Speaker Sandra.

Read more about Chef Sandra’s background plus the history and mission of Life At The Table.

 

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Chef Sandra’s Podcast and Radio Show

 

Recipes, Cooking Tips, and Tricks

 

And most importantly, how to make living life at the table with your family and friends a weeknight reality.

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