Family Meals Matter Cooking With Kids FREE E-Book

Hello Everyone!

As “my food for thought” (e.g. writing inspiration), I would like to get your suggestions on what your interests are when it comes to cooking information. While I “could” ramble on about what I “think” you may want to hear, it would just be a guess… since I don’t yet have my degree in mind-reading.

Seriously, though, I have such a variety of cooks on my list that it would be impossible to even come close. Everything from beginners to experienced cooks to professional chefs. While one might want tips on how to stock their pantry, another might be looking for recipes or catering advice. What’s a chef to do? Ah… this is where you come in…


I’d like to pick your brain for a minute (maybe two). If you could answer the short survey below, I’m sure it will give me lots of suggestions for my upcoming food publications. Just write your answers below my questions in your reply email (More than one answer per question allowed, listed in order if importance).

As a special thank you gift for helping out, I’m giving everyone that participates a free e-book “Family Meals Matter Cooking with Kids”.   This E-book will not only give you kids friendly recipes but tips and information on kid friendly kitchen product as well. After I see your answer come through I’ll send out the link to your free e-book.

You can either click the “Comment” link under this survey and post it here, or copy/paste it into an email to be more discreet and send it to me here >>> Cooking Survey <<<. I know some folks might not want to share their thoughts with everyone on here and that’s fine.

At what level do you feel you are in your cooking abilities?
a) Beginner
b) Intermediate
c) Experienced
d) Professional

What is your biggest current frustration/challenge in your cooking?

What skill(s) would you most like to learn to help in your cooking?

Are you interested in cooking/eating healthier?

Which are you more interested in… recipes or cooking tips? (Don’t worry… I plan to do both, just trying to prioritize :)

Your additional suggestions or requests…

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That’s it… hope I didn’t work you too hard :) Thanks a bunch for your input! It is very much appreciated, and will help to create an interactive publication that will benefit everyone.

Thanks in advance for your help… I know I can count on you :)

See you in the kitchen.

Eating Out Is Expensive…….Eating With Family Is Pricesless……..

 

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About Noel

Noel is a CEO and Mother of 4 who can be found blogging from her home office, who’s passionate about family, nutrition, fitness and supporting others reach their health & fitness goals. Noel uses her blog to share about simple, healthy recipes, nutrition tips, walking, workouts and a little sprinkle of life! She created Noel’s Kitchen Tips teaching families how to make budget friendly meal and healthy recipes. She’s blessed to have the opportunity to be able to teach busy moms and families how to use food and cooking as a means of bringing family mealtimes back to the table and stay healthy.

3 Comments

  1. I’m brand new to your site, but I’m always game for new recipes! So I’ll take a stab at your survey since it looks like fun!

    t what level do you feel you are in your cooking abilities?
    c) Experienced

    What is your biggest current frustration/challenge in your cooking?
    My oven which I can’t replace because I don’t own it and a lack of time to plan meals and cook things that I can guarantee my adorable toddler will eat.

    What skill(s) would you most like to learn to help in your cooking?
    I can’t think of anything off the top of my head except for mastering using flours other than wheat for recipes that call for it since I’m supposed to avoid it. I probably also need a little brush up on high altitude cooking, I suppose…

    Are you interested in cooking/eating healthier?
    I’m married to a chiropractor so we do most of the time.

    Which are you more interested in… recipes or cooking tips? (Don’t worry… I plan to do both, just trying to prioritize
    I like recipes best….especially ones with chocolate in them. Go figure. 🙂

    Your additional suggestions or requests…
    Can’t think of any at the moment.

  2. At what level do you feel you are in your cooking abilities?
    b) Intermediate

    What is your biggest current frustration/challenge in your cooking?
    Anti-inflammatory diet on a budget. Specifically, choosing a healthy way to add enough flavor to black beans without adding meat.

    What skill(s) would you most like to learn to help in your cooking?
    -Rice & other grains, more practice with dry beans
    -Healthy & inexpensive sauces that aren’t tomato or dairy based (and don’t require a blender)
    -Creative uses for canned tuna, salmon, sardines
    -Creative uses for flax meal

    Are you interested in cooking/eating healthier?
    Very!

    Which are you more interested in… recipes or cooking tips?
    Either if relevant to budget-conscious anti-inflammatory diet.

    Foodiephile’s last blog post..Groceries and “Overnight Oatmeal”

  3. Hi Melissa,

    Thanks for completely the survey. Some great thoughts on what alternatives we could try using in our recipes. High-Altitude cooking is a challenge for a lot of people. I always recommend testing different recipes out with your oven, the higher the altitude, the lower the air pressure. Try to increase oven temperature 15 to 25 degrees, incease when making cakes or recipes with chocolate. Decrease baking time 5-8 minutes per 30 minutes.

    Your Family Matters Cooking With Kids Recipes and Tips is on it’s way. Enjoy!

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