FEATURED VIDEO - MAKING SALMON AND VEGETABLES EN PAPILLOTE
During an appearance on Denver's KWGN Daybreak, Lee demonstrates how to make her easy and delicious salmon with carrots, zucchini and yellow squash in an orange and hoisin sauce. She provides step-by-step instructions on how to julienne the vegetables and then wrap them togehter with the salmon "en papillote". (Click on photo to watch the video and get the recipe here.)
COOKING DEMOS AND CLASSES
Mother's Day Brunch Cooking Demo
Demonstration and sampling of Lee's favorite brunch recipes featuring fused and infused olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars; dishes include Cinnamon Raisin Bread Custard with Blueberry Balsamic Sauce, Eggs Benedict with Lemon Balsamic Hollandaise Sauce and Poached Eggs in Tomato Sauce.
April 24, 2014, 7 pm at EVOO Marketplace in Littleton, CO
More information on Lee's cooking demos, classes and book signings are on our Events page
IN THE NEWS
The Denver Post reviews Lee's Valentine's Day cooking class
Lee's dinner party tips are featured in The Denver Post
A Well-Seasoned Kitchen recipes are featured in a Weight Watchers newsletter
Check out Lee's monthly column on Gabby Gourmet's website - her featured recipe for March is Roasted Tomato and Arugula Salad
Lee Clayton Roper is a cookbook author, cooking class instructor, public speaker and TV personality. She was inspired by her mother Sally’s love of cooking and entertaining to gather friends and family together for great meals, laughter and conversation. In fact, Lee hosted her first dinner party at the age of 16. Throughout the years, Lee has gladly provided recipes, menu advice and cooking tips to friends seeking uncomplicated and delicious ideas for home entertaining. In 2009, she published A Well-Seasoned Kitchen, a cookbook she co-authored with her mother. This beautiful, gold medal winning book has received numerous rave reviews and praise. Lee frequently conducts cooking demos, teaches cooking classes, speaks publicly on the loving story behind the book, and is currently producing a cooking show for Rocky Mountain PBS.