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Kitchen Klutzes Unite!

Are you a klutz in the kitchen? Don’t despair! June 13th is Kitchen Klutzes Day, a day to proudly celebrate ineptitude with knife skills and controlling the cooking fire.

We all have those moments. That instant when you know you’ve done something wrong, something that will injure you or others. The kitchen can be one of the most dangerous, accident-prone environments, ripe with opportunity to strike -- and for a klutz it holds many challenges.

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An Update from the Heartland

There have been big changes in my life over the last several months. The biggest: the Kitchen Shaman has relocated. After our road trip in late July, where I cooked up a storm at VeggieFest Chicago, we decided to pull up stakes in Arizona and move to the Midwest.

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Kitchen Shaman Cooks Party!

By now you've heard about our campaign to produce a cooking show in 2016. If you haven't, check it out here: igg.me/at/kitchenshamancooks. To celebrate the project, we're having a party in Phoenix -- and you're invited!

Join us Saturday, October 24th (6 - 8 pm) at Urban Beans Cafe in Phoenix for an evening of fun, food, and a preview of what you can expect from our cooking show.

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Support Kitchen Shaman Cooks

After months of planning, we're pleased to announce that we are launching a crowdfunding campaign today, October 1st. We want to turn the things you love about this blog into a web series and we need your help.

We have created a number of videos showing you recipes, cooking tips, and me eating things and you can see them on the Kitchen Shaman YouTube Channel. We want to take this to the next level, renting equipment and hiring a professional crew to bring you a higher quality program. We're asking you to help make that happen.

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Talk To Chef: Culinary 911

There’s a new service available now called TalktoChef. It is a face-to-face video service, connecting you directly to an expert who can help you with a cooking emergency or culinary 911. I am a Featured Chef on this app.

Imagine you are in the middle of cooking a dinner for friends and you realize that you forgot to buy an ingredient. You need to know if there’s a reliable substitution.

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Time to Heal; Time to Write

I rarely take the time to talk about my personal life, but sometimes it does interfere with my ability to run this website and blog. I’ve had lots of things happen over the years: loss of a beloved animal, loss of a parent; loss of a job, job changes, and health issues. Over the last two years I have been healing from shoulder injuries.

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Food Demo in Phoenix by the Kitchen Shaman

chef on fire 2Here’s your chance to see the Kitchen Shaman live in action. A Vegan Grocery store, VegCo Market is trying to start up in my home town of Phoenix. I’ve been given the opportunity to provide a Food Demo on Sunday, Dec 2nd, at 1:35 p.m. I’ll be making Portabello Steak Fajitas with a Citrus Slaw and Ancho Chili Sauce.

Come, participate, and show your support for VegCo Market here in Phoenix, and sample some of the awesome Kitchen Shaman food.

VegCo Party in the Park(ing Lot)

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Follow the Photographs, and More

Kitchen ShamanAre you following the Kitchen Shaman on Facebook yet? I usually post photos of my food over there first and I always put a direct link to all blog posts so you’ll know when there’s something new to read. I also provide links to other food blogs, videos, news and information, as well as notices about local events. And that’s where I announce upcoming cooking classes and demos.

So if you haven’t yet, head on over to the Kitchen Shaman Facebook page, and hit the like button. Help spread the Magic of Cooking. read more

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