Thursday, April 5, 2012

You Tube Videos with Chef Tess

There have been FOUR videos added to the Honeyville You Tube Channel! Chef Tess did an amazing job and she covered four of our most popular topics/questions asked from you. 

1. Meals in a Jar (now you can see exactly how it is done)

2. Almond Flour Cookies

3. Wheat Bread

4. Quinoa Salad

What did you think?

Incredible, huh?


Chef Tess said...

Wouldn't it be fun to do one of these together? The cousins and chef Tess?

Cookin' Cousins said...

Sure would! We would have a great time!

Anonymous said...

Ok I am hook....quick questions for Chess Tess....can you substitute the mushrooms since we are not mushrooms eater in this house? And also, do you think that putting your almond cookie mix in a jar would work? Just wondering since my kids do that easily without me having to deal with a major mess.


Rhoda said...

I've been buying different products from Honeyville online for a few years now. I see products that I've wanted to buy but was unsure on how to use such big cans.
This 52 method is something I definitely want to do. Will Honeyville sell the Chef Tess 52 jar cookbook anytime soon? I'm copying all the recipes on her blog & have started a binder just for them. Will the new cookbook be available as an ebook also? Thanks,Rhoda

Cookin' Cousins said...

The cookbook is still in the early stages and we don't have a publishing date as of yet. As soon as we do we'll post it on the blog and facebook. As for being offered as an ebook I'll pass along the suggestion.


Cookin' Cousins said...

You can substitute most any FD veggie we have for the mushrooms or even some real Freeze dried chicken if you want. I love it with the asparagus, onion, celery, and even dehydrated carrot works. So, which almond cookie mix are you referring to? The one from the video? I just want to be sure I give you accurate information. Shelf life on the almond flour isn’t very long so if your wanting long term I need to come up with more meal in a jar recipes for desserts, breads and so forth. I have a few I use already, but they are going in the book. I agree, the mixes are sooo great for not having any un-due messes! If you want it for short term, the almond cookie recipe should be fine. Up to a year in a cool dry place.