Katherine Corbett describes her use of braille throughout her life as she cooks. Read on to find the sugar cookie recipe she enjoys making for holiday gift boxes!
And Mike Morris said, “Let there be light!” Mike explains how the use of the proper amount of lighting helped him regain his independence in the kitchen. Included is his piece is a mouth-watering recipe for smoked salmon.
Grilling season is right around the corner! Janell Groskreutz enjoys making this delicious and colorful shish kebab recipe when hosting cookouts. She also explains how she incorporates technology into her cooking to increase her independence in the kitchen.
How important is it that your cakes and muffins look as if a first-class pastry chef has made them? Baking enthusiast Katherine Schneider believes many home bakers who have gone blind later in life might give up their hobby because they may not be able to produce sweet treats that are visually pleasing. In “Peanut Butter Perfection,” Katherine encourages other visually impaired bakers to keep in the kitchen and offers a simple-to-create peanut butter cookie recipe.
Theresa Sweeny-Smith loves cooking with her slow cooker. In order to make her favorite meals since becoming visually impaired, Theresa relies on her non-slip knife and handheld chopper to get the job done. Our third piece of this series highlights Theresa’s winter cooking method of choice along with her recipe for Italian Vegetable Soup.
Since losing her sight, Judith Rasmussen has thought of new ways to cook and bake delicious meals. A heavy-duty, versatile pair of kitchen scissors has helped Judith continue to explore new recipes, savoring the vegetables she grows during the summer. In this piece, Judith shares accessible ways to chop and cut food in the kitchen and tips to make a great chopped chicken salad.
Cooking is a creative venture for several of The Outlook From Here authors, searching for new recipes, returning to old favorites and discovering handy techniques to make cooking both fun and accessible. In the first of a continuing series, Annika Konrad shares what she enjoys about time spent in the kitchen, along with one of her favorite recipes.
By Huma Siddiqui Annika Konrad encouraged me to write my thoughts for this wonderful project about growing up with a mother who was blind for most of her life. My mother was one of the bravest people I have ever met. Her resiliency, positive attitude and perseverance are only a few of the attributes I…