FEATURED VIDEO - MAKING ROASTED CHICKEN SAUSAGE AND BUTTERNUT SQUASH
Lee appeared on Good Day LA in her airstream to showcase her cookbook. (Click on photo to watch the video and get the recipe here.)
COOKING DEMOS, CLASSES AND BOOK SIGNINGS
Tuesday, October 21, 6:30-8:00pm
Secrets for a Stress-Free Holiday Party - Parker
Douglas County Library, Parker
If you enjoy entertaining, but just don’t have time to plan and prepare for a holiday party, Lee Clayton Roper, author of the award-winning cookbook A Well-Seasoned Kitchen, has the solution: an end-to-end plan for a stress-free holiday gathering. Lee will share one of her holiday party menus including tantalizing, make-ahead hors d-oeuvres, along with tips on how tastes and colors go together, how much food to plan per person, and how to create your menu ahead of time so you are not stuck in the kitchen while your guests are having all the fun.
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 July is White Chocolate and Lime Tart with Strawberries
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.