“Going Gluten Free” is the title of the feature article written by Rhonda Peters, for the “Fall 2014 Issue” of Real Health Magazine. …
In this video Rhonda Peters from Rhonda’s Cooking demonstrates how she makes delicious, creamy almond milk. This almond milk recipe is easy to make with the right tools! …
Gumbo is a favorite dish found in many Louisiana kitchens at anytime throughout the year. I can truly say that gumbo is one dish that natives cannot live without!…
I love gadgets especially kitchen gadgets! To accompany my Kitchen Aid Mixer and food processor, and Vita-Mix in the kitchen, I am adding the Samsung tablet to my favorite kitchen gadgets list!
Due to an overwhelming number of fan requests for a vegan version of the award winning cookbook, So, What Can I Eat Now?!–Living Without Dairy, Soy, Eggs and Wheat, Rhonda’s Cooking has now published a digital vegan version of the cookbook. The e-book features 25 “fan favorites” from the paperback version as well as new features such as an interactive dictionary and glossary, the capability to highlight key words and make notes on each recipe and easy search capability.
The cookbook is the brainchild of nutritional counselor Rhonda Peters and as its name states; the cookbook features recipes which are all vegan and free of dairy, soy, eggs, wheat. The e-Book is currently available for the iPad (version 2 or higher) and can be purchased for only $1.99 from the iBookstore or from iTunes. To purchase a copy of the e-book, please visit iTunes.com.
Phoenix, AZ – In response to multiple requests for additional resources and information from its fans, healthy cookbook distribution company, Rhonda’s Cooking LLC, recently re-launched its website www.rhondascooking.com. CEO and Founder of Rhonda’s Cooking LLC, Rhonda Peters, states that the website is more than a site with an “About Us” and a “Contact Us” page. According to Peters, the website will offer visitors an opportunity to view instructional videos, read updated blog posts pertaining to allergy free cooking, gluten free meals, healthy lifestyles, kitchen gadget reviews, etc. and the website will highlight all of the upcoming events in which the innovative company will be involved.
Subscribers of the Rhonda’s Cooking blog have come to expect posts discussing relevant topics related to health and cooking and the website will continue to offer this. For site visitors who have questions that they would like Rhonda Peters to answer, the website will also feature a page called “Ask Rhonda”. Peters states that she is most excited about the interactive book feature which will be included on rhondascooking.com. As part of the interactive feature, site visitors will have an opportunity to view a portion of the company’s award winning cookbook So, What Can I Eat Now?!—Living Without Dairy, Soy, Eggs and Wheat.
PHOENIX, AZ (FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) – Rhonda Peters, Founder of Rhonda’s Cooking, LLC and author of the award winning cookbook So, What Can I Eat Now?!-Living Without Dairy, Soy, Eggs and Wheat, is partnering with several Whole Foods Market stores in the Phoenix Metro Area in an effort to celebrate Celiac Awareness Month and highlight cooking options for Celiac Disease sufferers. Throughout the month of May, Ms. Peters will be onsite at various Whole Foods Market locations performing cooking demonstrations; all of which will feature tasty, gluten-free dishes. To date, the only cure for Celiac Disease is consuming a gluten-free diet. The schedule of cooking demonstrations is as follows:
- Sunday, May 6, Whole Foods Market Chandler, 3pm (5120 S Rural Road, Tempe AZ 85282)
- Thursday, May 17, Whole Foods Market Paradise Valley, 6pm (10810 N Tatum Blvd, Phoenix, AZ 85028)
- Sunday, May 20, Whole Foods Market Scottsdale, 3pm (7111 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix, AZ 85054)
- Sunday, May 27, Whole Foods Market Tempe, 3pm (5120 S Rural Road, Tempe AZ 85282)
To register for any of these free classes, email AZSpecialEvent@wholefoods.com.