€4 Cuffe Street Cooking Classes

Find out, what to eat to help you sleep, build healthy bones, maintain good blood pressure, to remain calm in stressful situations and to live a happy life, full of joy



Have fun and try new food – Thursday 10.30-12.30 – Greenside Hse, Cuffe St

No need to book – just drop in

Cost €4 (includes all food eaten within the class)

Date               Topic                        Dish                                              
4 May    Healthy Immune System  –  Kashmiri Cauliflower & Masala Omelettes

11 May     Hormones & Bones      – Arame with Carrots and Sesame & Cucumber & Dillisk Salad & Fresh Gomasio

18 May  Flexibility & Joints        – Simple Pressed Salad & No Sugar Crumble
25 May Healthy Heart                  – Special Lettuce Salad & Beet Marmalade
8 June  Stopping Sweet Cravings  – Crunchy Cabbage with Garlic & Ginger & Loaded Sweet Potato Skins
15 June  Whole Balanced Health   – Fried Minty Peas & Greek Tzatziki & Spring Miso Soup with Lemon

22nd June  Allergies & Irritation    – Ginger, Lime & Pineapple Salad & Broccoli & Green Beans with Sesame Dressing

shaved fennel


Drop in Cooking Classes May 2014

Untitled-1A new season of drop in classes are beginning at Greenside House, Cuffe Street in between Stephens Green and Camden Street
I will be covering each season, flavour and element in Chinese Medicine through All New Recipes.  There’s no need to book as the classes are drop in Thursday mornings    10.30-12.30     only €4 including tasting.



15 May          Bladder Kidney     Will Power & Fear      Flavour: Salty
Recipes : Oatmilk pancakes
 / Potatoes Boulangere / Smooth Sesame Cereal

22nd May    Liver/Gall Bladder    Creativity & Anger      Flavour: Sour
Recipes :  Thai Green Curry/ Three Colour Noodles /

29th May    Heart/Small Intestine   Joy & Expansion      Flavour: Bitter
Recipes : Red rice and Minted Pea Salad / Burdock Root and Carrot Stir Fry

5th June    Stomach/Spleen     Comfort & Mothering  Flavour: Sweet
Recipes : Carrot Cake / Lemon and Date Buttercream / Cherry tea

12th June  Lung/Large Intestine  Boundaries & Grief    Flavour: Pungent
Recipes :  Drop Scones

19th June         Favourites         Yin & Yang    Flavour: Fantastic
Recipes : Pea, Mint and Roast Garlic Soup / Corn Bread with Feta and black olives / Healthy Heart Tea

DSCF1701In Shiatsu and Traditional Chinese Medicine the body is classified into yin/yang organ pairs and meridian pathways which correspond to emotions, flavours, seasons and colours. There are no good or bad foods simply foods which do and don’t suit us at this time. It’s all about connecting with the body, seeing what it wants and loving ourselves more.