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You can find more from all of today’s “Life.Style.Live!” guests at the links below:

Chef Amy – A Cut Above Catering

Cooking Class

Vaudeville Revue of 2022

Wicker Works of Brownsburg

Stand Up For Damar – Comedy Show

NASA Hubble Telescope

Country Music Singer Avery Anna

Are you having trouble getting your kids to eat their veggies? Well with this recipe, that could all change. Natalie joins us today from Sprouts Cooking School with a simple and easy recipe!

Natalie has been with Sprouts for quite a few years. She started when she was in high school and in a culinary program and now is attending college majoring in hospitality management, while continuing on at Sprouts and teaching MemberChef® classes. She’s perfect to talk about kids who are more serious in the kitchen and want to grow in their culinary skills and how MemberChef® classes progress. 

Roasted Green Beans



Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Add prepared green beans to a sheet pan. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Make sure green beans are spread out in a single layer on the sheet pan. Roast green beans at 425 for 15-20 minutes until they are slightly softened and browned, stirring halfway through. Add garlic for last 2-3 min and cook until garlic is fragrant. When green beans are out of the oven add lemon juice. Taste for salt and lemon and add more as needed. Toss to coat evenly. Add parmesan cheese and toss one more time. Serve immediately. 

Sprouts Cooking School is Indiana’s only dedicated kids cooking school, featuring cooking classes for ages 3-13. They’re located at 13190 Hazel Dell Pkwy, Carmel, IN 46033 (near Main Street and Hazel Dell Pkwy). They are peanut and tree nut free cooking school. Additionally, they do their best to accommodate any other allergies if given advance notice at the time of booking.

They’re passionate about nurturing adventurous palates, building a strong foundation for a lifelong love of cooking and encouraging all families to cook together. Sprouts features:

Their MemberChef® program is modeled after culinary school and is intended for students who have a true passion for cooking and want to elevate their skills in the kitchen. Each month their curriculum focuses on a specific culinary skill. Students attend 4 classes per month and work to hone and master the particular culinary skill outlined that month. At the end of the four weeks, classes commence with a family dinner where students show their parents what they learned and teachers present students with a custom-designed pin to display on their exclusive black Sprouts Cooking School chef coat.

Learn more about MemberChef classes here.

See their upcoming class schedule here.

All social is @ sproutscookingschool 

*In Class COVID Protocol & Precautions 

At Sprouts Cooking School, the safety of their customers and The Sprouts Team members is their #1 priority!  Sprouts has worked hard to develop the following measures and procedures to be proactive in light of COVID-19.  Here is what they are doing:

Safety measures The Sprouts Team is taking:

What they encourage their customers to do:

As this situation continues to evolve, the above measures and procedures are subject to change.  For more information on preventative measures, health updates and additional information about COVID-19, please visit the CDC (Center of Disease Control) website or the WHO (World Health Organization) website at  

Chef Amy von Eiff, owner & executive chef at A Cut Above Catering, joined us today ahead of tomorrow’s instructional cooking class.

She’s helping people learn how to cook with confidence in the kitchen starting with knife skills. She’s showing how to sharpen and hold your knife properly, learn how to chop an onion like a chef and more.

Seared Pork Chops with Sweet and Sour Peppers

Back-to-the-Basics Knife Skills Instructional Cooking Class:

Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 6:30 pm

In-person or virtual Register on EventBrite

For more from Chef Amy visit her website, Facebook and Instagram.