Mexican Fiesta On Line Cooking Webinar Discount! – Expired

Tom and I have been getting such great feedback about the Mexican Fiesta Cooking Webinar! Thank you to everyone who has sent us an email or a facebook message about the cooking webinar and the recipes. These are some of our favorite recipes and ones that I make on a regular basis. Today I am happy to announce that we are offering an amazing discount for one week only! Details about that and the winner of the UWL Vegas Live Webinar will found in this blog post.

Mexican Fiesta Cooking Webinar Discount has expired

So many of you asked if Tom and I would consider video taping our cooking classes so you could purchase them if you live too far away to attend. We did video tape and edit our Mexican Fiesta Cooking Class. and it’s available for purchase at a discounted price of $9.95 for a limited amount of time! Use the discount code nutmeg33. It usually sells for $14.95 which is still a great savings over the in person class which costs $49.95 – but of course the in person class gets to eat what I make. We are delighted that people are loving the recipes and enjoy being able to watch me make them. The webinar comes with a printable PDF including all 10 recipes that are gluten free, vegan, oil free, sugar free and low sodium. They are amazing recipes that you will want to make all the time. We have them on a regular basis ourselves. The refried beans are insanely delicious – you will want to make them every week! You can purchase it here. Be sure to use the discount code nutmeg33

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You are going to love these recipes! (Clock wise starting from the top left.) Learn how to make oil free corn tostadas and corn tortilla chips, Tami’s Easy Red Salsa has been updated with a new twist which is big on flavor. It is nearly impossible to find a commercially prepared salsa that is salt, oil and sugar free. Now you can make your own at home in minutes.  Instant Pot Taco Lentils – so many different ways to enjoy these tasty and man pleasing lentils. Dreeen Burton graciously allowed me to share her White Bean Quacamole – it is down right amazing – your family will swoon over it. Chili Lime Jicama is a fun appetizer or snack – so simple yet satisfying and it plates beautifully. Banana – Mango Lime Nice Cream is one of our favorite desserts – our son says it doesn’t taste legal – it’s that good. After much experimentation I came up with a vegan Jalapeno Queso Sauce that we can’t get enough of. It is thick and creamy and you can make it mild or as spicy as your taste buds can handle. You will find yourself putting it on just about everything! Cilantro Lime Brown Rice rounds out the Fiesta – the perfect side dish or as the base of a burrito bowl – you need this in your life. Katy’s Refried Beans – inspired by the recipe from Prevent & Reverse Heart Disease cookbook – our daughter Katy and I have simplified the making of the best tasting refried beans we have ever eaten. Seriously I could eat these every week and never get tired of them. It will become a weekly recipe in your house too.

Baked Tostada Shells or Tortilla Chips – No Oil

Make a batch of the baked tostada shells and keep them in a covered container so you can whip up some healthy Mexican food in minutes. Top the tostado’s with Instant Pot Taco Lentils or Katy’s Refried Beans, Jalapeno Queso Sauce, one of the salsas, shredded lettuce, green onions, fresh cilantro and freshly squeezed lime juice.  I love the crunch! Daughter Katy taught me how to make this insanely easy but flavorful Salsa Verde. You will never buy store bought salsa again! In the center photo is a Burrito Bowl that I created from left overs from the Mexican Fiesta menu items. We like to have a big bowl of shredded lettuce and a big bowl of corn on the buffet as well. It can be frozen corn that you simply heat up. If you have more time you can make Corn on the cob on the grill or Air Fry Corn on the cob and cut it off while still hot – squeeze fresh lime juice over the top and enjoy.

If you struggle trying to figure out what to make for family and company who are not plant based then you need this class and these recipes.

I had no idea it was this easy to create amazing whole food plant based Latin American food – but guess what – it is and I share with you just how easy it is. If you struggle trying to figure out what to make for family and company who are not plant based then you need this class and these recipes. I find that ethnic food is really easy to serve to those who eat the standard American diet. There are so many amazing flavors, colors and textures in these foods that no one misses the SAD (standard American diet) food. The recipes included in this class make for a complete meal that you can set up buffet style for any type of event. We even did this for a holiday get together in December. You know what – everyone loved it!

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The recipes are not only for entertaining they are recipes that you will want to make on a regular basis for your own enjoyment as well. You can freeze leftovers in individual portions for future “fast food” meals.

The cost right for the next week only $9.95 using the discount code nutmeg33 and allows you access to the cooking class video for 30 days and you get a downloadable and printable PDF containing all 10 recipes!

Order it today! Nutmeg Notebook Mexican Fiesta Cooking Class

The discount code will be asked for at the very end of the transaction. It is highlighted in blue above the price on the right of the screen. Click on the highlighted words Enter discount code – type nutmeg33 and you will get a $5 discount.

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You can watch a short preview of the cooking class and when you are ready to purchase it follow the on screen instructions to set up your viewer account. You will recieve an email notification confirming your purchase. This will be immediately followed by another email with a link to view the class video and down load the recipes. The PDF attachment file will be located below the video. I do suggest that you print the recipes prior to watching the video so you can take notes if desired. Be sure to save your account log in information and password so you will have access to future classes as they become available on the Nutmeg Notebook Class site. Make sure you watch it all the way to the end and see all of my bloopers!

The winner of the UWL Vegas Live Webinar is Beth Fellows!

Congratulations to you Beth! Enjoy it in good health.




A Little Nutmeg Nugget: When I started this blog in January of 2010 I followed what I understood to be a healthy version of the standard American diet, ironically also known as the “SAD” diet. As interest in my own health and how it was affected by the food I ate evolved, I transitioned to a whole food plant based diet also known as “WFPB” diet. I have wrestled with the fact that this blog still contains all those posts and recipes from the SAD way of eating I have left behind. I no longer advocate for anyone to eat that way. At this time I am leaving those recipes and posts here. It is a record of my journey and how I came to follow a WFPB way of eating. It is my hope that those who still come here for those old recipes will be curious about what I am doing now. Perhaps they will dip their toes across the line as I did and try some plant based recipes and learn more about the health benefits.

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  1. Cindy says:

    Hi Tami – would you consider adding an option for people to pay with PayPal? I don’t like to use credit cards if I can avoid it. Your webinar looks great,

    1. Tami says:

      Hi Cindy,
      The site only allows us to choose either credit cards or pay pal but not both for some reason. It is something we don’t have control over. I’m sorry we can’t add pay pal. Stripe is the program the webinar hosting site uses for the credit card service and it is widely used and has a good reputation. We don’t see anyones credit card information it is a secure credit card system. Thank you for the inquiry. Tami

  2. Jodi Harvatin says:

    Is the discount over now? I just saw this post and tried it and it didn’t work.

    1. Tami says:

      Yes the discount ended weeks ago. The webinar is still available at the regular price.

  3. Sherri L Villarreal says:

    Congratulations on these beautiful babies and their big sis! We remember when our twins came-they had a big brother and of course needed lots of TLC from papa and gram as well. Now 10 years later we have a 4th, and mama needs us just as badly as she runs a business and her husband is on the road often. And we have two grown grandchildren that we are blessed to hang out with as well.
    We say the same thing–if we had not changed our diet 8 years ago, we would not have the energy and stamina to keep up with the demands at 64 and 67. We are so grateful for every day we have health and energy!

    Just wanted to thank you for your great blog-I share it at all my cooking classes-this week we are doing Soups & Salad and I always link them to your big beautiful salad and batch cooking videos for inspiration.

    Last, but not least, I finally took the plunge and ordered my Beechwood Bowl through your link. Can’t wait for it to arrive!
    Blessing to you, hubby Tom and your beautiful family:)

    1. Tami says:

      Hi Sherri,

      Thank you for sharing your own story about twins. What a blessing that you could help out when the need was there. It is such a blessing to have good health and the stamina to keep up with the little ones.

      I really appreciate our kind remarks about the blog and I am delighted to know that you share the blog with your cooking classes. What a wonderful way to help people improve their diets and hence their lives. Do I remember that you are in the Turlock area?

      You will love your Holland Bowl – ours gets used everyday.

      Happy Healthy Cooking,


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