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About Adré, her kitchen and food philosophy

I am a mom, wife, working parent, home cook and passionate foodie who happens to be a classically trained chef.

Over the past five years I have had an incredible journey with food, running a commercial kitchen producing healthy handmade food, meeting incredible people who share my passion for food, sourcing from like-minded producers and training my kitchen team to become successful chefs.

It is this journey that inspired me for the next step in Adre’s Kitchen, teaching and guiding people to start to cook from scratch and to encourage and energise cooks of all skill levels, to eat more seasonally and locally. The impact will be profound!

Let me show you how.

Read more: my personal journey

Cooking with Adré ~ 1:1 cooking sessions in your home

Kitchen Cleanse

Dedicated to helping you simplify the process of getting food on the table

We all know that feeling of desperation: the family is hungry, you are tired, you look at full fridge thinking there is nothing to eat.

In these one-on-one sessions, Adré, a classically trained chef and cook, will show you just how quick & easy it can be to prepare nutritious meals while you are juggling a work and life balance.

For the past two years, Adré has been teaching keen cooks how to prepare vibrant family food in her 1:1 sessions, on her Instagram page and in her workshops.


Fall in love with vegetables

Let’s get excited about seasonal vegetables!

Vegetables have always been at the centre of how I cook and eat. A plant-based wholefoods approach is about incorporating a wide variety of fresh seasonal vegetables and fruit into your daily life combined with whole grains. It is not about labelling food choices, we know we should all eat more fruit and veg in their whole form, regardless of whether you are a vegan, vegetarian, carnivore or omnivore.

Take baby steps and let me show you how wonderfully versatile seasonal veggies are and how avoiding chemicals, by eating natural grown food, makes a whole lot of sense.

Read more: why vegetables?



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