What a heart warming thing it is to come together with amazing people and enjoy super delicious food.
I'm blown away by the incredible outcome and support at our summer brunch. I just love sharing nourishing food with people and seeing a huge smile on their face. Truly grateful and filled today.
Here's a glimpse of how much fun we had.
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We had such a wonderful time at our Chocolate Brunch Club in June. Thank you to everyone that helped and got chocolate wasted with us.
I was a bit afraid that chocolate everything would be overwhelming, but it was such a hit!
Excited for the next Brunch Club coming up in August. Stay tuned.
Photography by Regina Felice.
What a wonderful weekend. We were so happy to share smoothies and knowledge with everyone at the Yoga & Superfood Smoothies Workshop on Saturday. There was some great Q & A and hopefully everyone is trying out their new recipes this week! We're grateful for Dave Ford's yoga practice, our amazing helper, Maddy Smith, the beautiful well-lit space (aMuse Art Gallery & Meeting Place) in the Mission, and everyone who brought their good energy. It was pretty cool to do yoga in an art gallery. Let us know if you'd like to see a similar event, we'd be happy to host if there's interest - contact Regina at email@example.com
Brunch Club was a hit - we are GRATEFUL for the amazing help and everyone who came together to celebrate a Sunday. We had a wonderful time sharing about seasonal foods and enjoying a gluten-free, organic feast made with whole ingredients. We're already wishing we had some leftover coconut whipped cream! Hope to see you all again for March Brunch Club on the 14th. Happy Monday :)
There’s no such thing as getting your hands dirty when it comes to chocolate. But if there were, I guess you could say that’s how we spent our Valentine’s Day. At the Chocolate Making Workshop we made rose and fig truffles, chai spiced chocolate mousse, and dark chocolate bark. Everyone got to build their own dark chocolate bark with nuts, seeds, fruit, and superfood powders. There was a lot of love in the air (and in the chocolate) on Saturday! We’re grateful for everyone’s great energy and company.
Change isn’t always easy, but all we can do is embrace it and CELEBRATE it. At Brunch Club we’ll be saying farewell to the winter harvest before welcoming the bright vegetables of spring. Come enjoy a three-course meal and learn about the importance of eating for the seasons. All ingredients are organic, local, vegetarian friendly, and free of gluten and refined sugars. You’ll take home new recipes and connect with some awesome people. Check out photos from January Brunch Club to see what you’re in for.
There’s also an optional yoga practice before brunch (10am). Francesca Gobeille will be starting us off with a gentle, all-levels yoga practice to ease in the day. Visit Francesca's website to learn more about her teaching practice.
Hope this menu makes you ‘MMMMMmmmmmm’ as much as us!
Green Winter Smoothie
A balanced blend of seasonal fruits and vegetables with an added superfood bonus of spirulina, seeds, and raw honey.
Kombucha by House Kombucha
Lavender lemonade House Kombucha.
Grindstone Bakery Gluten-Free Bread with Homemade Almond Butter
Served with sides of fresh bananas and ground cinnamon.
Sweet Potato and Brussels Sprout Scramble (Vegan Option Available)
Organic eggs and vegetables cooked in coconut oil and seasoned with warming spices. Topped with herbs and served with avocado.
Grapefruit pancakes with coconut whipped cream
Coconut flour pancakes with fresh grapefruit zest and cinnamon. Topped with coconut whipped cream, pure maple syrup, and sliced kumquats.
Apple pie breakfast bars
Raw dates, apples, coconut, almonds, cinnamon and sea salt.
Sounds amazing, doesn’t it?! Get your tickets on Feastly. See you on 2/22 .
I’ve always loved the way that food brings people together. I’ve connected with so many amazing individuals over a whole-foods meal or simply geeking out about the benefits of eating organic. I recently ran into Cassandra Gates (Cassandra's Kitchen Sink), a Nutrition Consultant who also studied at Bauman College – we instantly clicked and decided to combine forces.
We are excited to share our foodie knowledge with you at Well Fed, a holiday feast workshop. Well Fed will be hosted at a friend’s house in San Francisco, where we'll gather in the kitchen to learn some of my favorite cooking techniques. Then, we’ll have appetizers and wine while we engage in nutritional conversation with Cassandra. Lastly, we’ll hang out and feast on the food we created in the kitchen together.
Grab a ticket for our educational dinner party experience, we’d love to see you there. We’re keeping this event casual and intimate so that everyone gets a chance to really connect. There are only a few tickets left, so check out the menu and grab yours here!
I'm so excited to say that our first brunch club was a success! The room was filled with like-minded and inspiring individuals. If I've learned anything in the past 4 years that I've been a nutrition & health educator (and going through my personal health journey), it's that health is so much more than 'what to eat and what not to eat.' It's truly about community and surrounding ourselves with people that are also on the path to optimal health and well-being.
I loved sharing this experience with everyone and opening up the opportunity for people to connect and support one another. The location was amazing as well - 18Reasons, it made the event that much better.
Thank you to everyone that attended, supported, and participated in making this day happen. Below are the beautiful captures of the September brunch club, taken by my lovely friend Erica Bean.
I cannot wait for the next one this month! Stay tuned for the date.