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Posts Tagged “The Family Chef”

The Warm Kitchen

Posted on November 19th, 2013 by Manu

Today we would like to introduce you to Family Chef Amy Fothergill. Read about her personal and professional journey to find a relief for her daughter’s ailment and ultimately affected her culinary career: “My gluten-free journey started when my daughter was about 13 months old. She had developed eczema, something no one in our families […]

Tired of Holiday food?

Posted on December 7th, 2011 by Manu

Thai noodles (with shrimp) and peanut sauce by Amy Fothergill – The Well Kiddos‘ Family Chef           You can use any meat and any vegetables with this dish. It’s so versatile! 1 recipe of peanut sauce (see below) 8 oz rice noodles 1 head of broccoli, chopped into florets 1 lb, […]

Amy Fothergill “The Family Chef” is working with Well Kiddos

Posted on December 10th, 2010 by Manu

We are happy that Amy is part of our Well Kiddos team who provides hands on help to parents, schools and restaurants. Many of us are so busy in our day to day activities that we need expert help to figure out how to plan and cook healthy meals and how to encourage our kids […]

Guest Blog: A Healthy Holiday Dish from Chef Amy Fothergill

Posted on November 29th, 2010 by Manu

Amy Fothergill the Family Chef shares her seasonal holiday dish with us: When asked to create a dish for the Food Wise booth at the CUESA’s Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market, I looked to the availability of what was fresh that week for inspiration. There were plenty of greens, squashes and brussel sprouts as well as […]

WHAT did Amy bring for the Year end School Treat?

Posted on June 21st, 2010 by Manu

  Monday, June 21, 2010 Rainbow of Veggies by Amy Fothergill “The Family Chef”   From the top, red pepper, carrots, zucchini sticks, cucumbers, cheddar cauliflower, cooked broccoli, raw broccoli and grapes (I needed something purple!) On the last day of school this year, I didn’t walk into the classroom with cookies or cupcakes. Sorry, […]