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Meet Dani

Hawaii girl turned Iowa woman. Wife.  Mom of five and triathlete turned healthy cooking coach.  Dani loves teaching others how to prepare tasty real food on a daily basis.  Her relaxed approach to cooking helps set others at ease and encourages them to jump in and have fun.  Dani’s mission is to gather people around the table, first to show them how delicious real food can be and then to provide a space for genuine connection with others. 


Balance is key! Dani shows you how your mental, physical, and nutritional health are interconnected. Very eye opening and when this makes sense it’s easy to make the changes in your daily life.
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Recent Posts

Put yourself first to feel amazing!

Bye-bye lazy days of summer The kids are back in school and I've finally got time for me.  I'm ready to get into a solid routine for Fall.  How about you?  For years, I'd get excited at the start of the school year and commit to too many volunteer...
3 days ago
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Acai bowls class at Kitchen collage. We made a groovy grain free granola and condensed coconut milk sweetened with honey to give our bowls that extra oomph. #norefinedsugar #acai #realfood #healthy

1 week ago
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When I had my client (and friend) use this chef’s knife, she commented that she uses a little paring knife to cut everything. That could be one reason she doesn’t like to cook!
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2 weeks ago
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I had fun yesterday in the kitchen with my friend Therest. She taught me how northern Vietnam makes their spring rolls and will be teaching our guests this month how to do it! Yum!

2 weeks ago

I was playing in the kitchen with my friend and neighbor Therest, who taught me a few things about Vietnamese egg rolls! Apparently there are two kinds of rice paper wrappers and if you use the ... See more

3 weeks ago
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Here’s a salad with miso tahini sauce, quinoa, salad greens and beets. I do use recipes, but often I look in the fridge and use what I have.

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