- San Rafael High SchoolLife Science Teacher, 2013 - 2014Biology and Environmental Science Teacher
- What's Cooking with KidsI own a green Cooking School for Children, 2004 - 2011
- Novato High SchoolBiology Teacher, 2011 - 2013
- Dominican University of CaliforniaSingle Subject, Professional Clear Credential, Life Science, 1995
- University of California, Santa CruzBiology, 1989 - 1993
Take 2: Homemade Cup of Noodles | What's Cooking With Kids
After failing at my first attempt at making a "cup of noodles" from scratch, I tried again - this time with much better results. See what ch
Bird Seed for Breakfast | What's Cooking With Kids
In my quest to try using new grains, I opted to try making a porridge out of millet this morning. T results were surprisingly good and satis
Plant-Based Diet Myths Debunked: Protein | What's Cooking With Kids
A myth that plagues vegetarians is that they can not get enough protein without eating meat. Time for some teacher talk about how proteins a
Why Life Should Be Like a Dude Ranch | What's Cooking With Kids
After just one week at the Black Mountain Dude Ranch, I am convinced that it should be a model for portions of real life: learning, collabor
Rouxbe - Starting my online culinary education | What's Cooking With Kids
The recipe for success: A busy mama + a desire to learn + a love of food + Rouxbe online courses. The journey starts now - and I'll be shari
Cooking Playdate - Lemons Galore | What's Cooking With Kids
Another day of fun in the kitchen - this time taking advantage of my lemon tree that is bursting with fruit. Lemon syrup or curd, anyone?
Melt Takes Mac & Cheese to a New Level | What's Cooking With Kids
Sophisticated, yet family friendly - a food lover's dream of a cookbook. Melt is such a book - ideal for a family of mac and cheese lovers.
Kitchen Chemistry: Lemon Radish Granita | What's Cooking With Kids
Liquid nitrogen makes magic in the kitchen, freezing liquids almost instantly, and leaving a smooth texture. Here we used it to make a lemon
Cooking with Kids: Stinging Nettle Pesto | What's Cooking With Kids
IACP members visited SF for their annual conference and cooked up a batch of stinging nettle pesto with kids. Here's how to do it safely wit
Backyard Chicken Tragedy | What's Cooking With Kids
Eventually, it happens to the best of us. Some of our chickens die. Here is the story of our recent tragic chicken massacre, and what we are
Capturing the Flavor of Summer – Strawberry Honey Jam
In winter we miss the flavor of strawberries. But instead of buying them from across the country, we will enjoy preserves that we made and c
Pumpkins on Pikes - Celebrating Halloween at Tara Firma Farm | What's Co...
Instead of celebrating Halloween with candy and processed foods, we enjoyed a pumpkin carving festival at Tara Firma Farm, a local farm and
Student Perspectives on Genetically Modified Foods | What's Cooking With...
Students inherently know right from wrong, and in this discussion share their thoughts about genetically modified foods and seeds that are c