If you want to make one simple change to eat more produce, your kitchen skills must be on par with the approximate loftiness of your goals.

When I was 19 years old, I remember accidentally starting a small fire while attempting to bake with Shauna Kufeldt (sorry!).

My cooking skills have definitely come a long way, and I cook all my own lunches and dinners (save occasional dinners out) but I’m not certain I’ve gained any reasonable ground when it comes to baking.

There’s always room for takeout pizza, but I really wanted to learn how to work with dough, so last weekend, Patrick Dunn of InterCourse Chef Services, tackled my biggest kitchen weakness in my home kitchen by way of a private cooking lesson.

Although my kitchen is well stocked, he supplies his own gear (so you don’t have to worry about the right knives or cutting boards), provides recipes (which you get to keep), and walks you through every single step with as much (or as little) detail as you are interested in. His lessons were well beyond pizza, and he can create a menu for your specific needs (aka – vegan cooking lessons, etc).

Patrick’s cooking lesson was one of the best things I’ve done all year — he showed us simple tricks and tips on creating fantastic home food with minimal time investment.

Whether you want to learn from the basics up, or you have a gap in your skillet, Patrick can help save you time and money in the kitchen. Tell him I sent you…

And, fyi, I made my first pizza. No fire involved.

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