Every year we bring you 120+ speakers covering a wide range of topics that touch every area of your family's life. Here is a sample of our exciting speaker roster for 2013. This list is still under construction; many more will follow -- so stay tuned!
Julianne Adams, DSH-P, BCIH, NST-CP
Mark Geier, MD, PhD
Dr. Richard Moskowitz
Learn to create a variety of delicious foods and beverages rich in probiotics!
Beverages - Kefir soda's, beet kvass, and vegetable juices
Condiments - Mayonnaise, ketchup, dressings, salsas, and sauces
Vegetables - Kimchi, carrots, and farm fresh vegetables
Betsy Hicks, John Hicks, MD, and Sherrin Ross Ingram will motive you to bring probiotics into your daily diet!
Chef Tyler and AutismOne veteran Betsy Hicks will engage, interact, and inform. This duo has taught sold-out cooking courses for years, and their love of working together will make this class fun for you! Kitchen skills will be emphasized more so than recipes, and you will learn:
Customizing the autism diet: knowing the right diet is an individual choice, and we’ll touch lightly on some of the more popular diets, with a heavy focus on healthful and whole foods.
Meal planning and shopping made simple: great apps that help you organize your menu, with helpful tips for organizing recipes.
How to organize a kitchen that cuts your work time (not your fingers) in half: learn about kitchen tools you can’t be without and which ones are not worth the space or money.
Knife and cutting techniques: Chef Tyler demonstrates the proper way to hold and use a knife, which ones to purchase, and how to keep them sharp.
Kitchen tricks that will dazzle and delight you: learn the shortcuts taught in culinary school! Cinch the budget, but stretch the meals: learn how to create many meals from a few simple affordable ingredients.
Parsley, sage, rosemary and TIME: spices and herbs – when and how to use them.
Be sweet: how to decrease sugar and bring in natural options.
Supplement sleuth: great ways to disguise supplements.
Please note, if you have attended culinary day before, this class is more instructional on cooking techniques, there will be minimal food samples distributed, but LOADS of great guidance!