Kitchen Titbits is here to help you develop and improve your food skills, focussing on planning, shopping, cooking and storage.
The aim of my courses is to teach you to shop more wisely, become more confident in the kitchen, waste less food and, as a result, save time and money. My one-to-one, couples and small group sessions and ongoing support are tailored around your particular needs, challenges and goals so that we can make noticeable improvements quickly.
With Home Economics no longer taught in schools and so many people not picking up basic skills from mum, dad or grandma, cooking, shopping, food planning and making the most of the food you buy has become something of a dying art. With a recent focus on healthy eating (think sugar smart and endless fad diets hitting the headlines), reducing food waste and the need for many to make their money stretch further, these skills are essential.
Perhaps you find that you are popping into the supermarket on the way home most nights clueless about what you might have for dinner?
Maybe you’re eating the same thing week in week out because it’s the path of least resistance?
Are you tempted by expensive food box schemes to make life easier?
Have you simply lost your interest in cooking or never learned to cook?
Were you used to having a disposable income but now need to tighten your belt?
You don’t have to be a domestic god(dess) BUT putting into practice some of the things I will teach you, will get you at least some of the way to being one! Get in touch for a free initial Kitchen Titbits consultation.
Don’t just take my word for it…
“Sarah taught me that food planning is like a game of chess – always be thinking a few moves ahead. Have a strategy and you’re onto a winner.” Jenny
“Following Sarah’s advice, I was able to stick to doing just my weekly shop and I started using up the food we already had. I managed to save money on my weekly shop within just a few weeks. Holiday, here we come!” Heather
“Sarah gave me the confidence to shop and cook. I still eat all my favourite meals, but it feels great to know I have cooked them myself and they taste so much better than the supermarket ready meals. I never would have thought I would cook for myself let alone spend the occasional weekend batch cooking and stocking up my freezer with homemade ready meals!”Phil