Leah Adams… Tasting Grace

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Tasting Grace is a mentoring in the kitchen ministry.

While many women learned to cook and do life by being in the kitchen with their moms and grandmas, there are just as many girls and women who have never had this wonderful experience. The Lord appointed Tasting Grace as a portion of my ministry in early 2015 after seeing my friend, Jan, doing the same ministry at her church.

I love to cook. I love mentoring women. It was a natural fit.

A few times a quarter I plan a menu, toss out an invite, and welcome a handful of ladies, young and not-so-young, into my home. We have a short devotional time, then we move into the kitchen. Over the course of the next hour or two, I teach the ladies to make a homemade dish or two. Homemade biscuits, chicken noodle soup, cornbread, chicken and dumplings, cobblers, cakes, vegetables, and so much else finds its way to the menu. It is a sweet time of cooking and fellowship.

The best part of a Tasting Grace event is, of course, the TASTING. Once the food is prepped and cooked, we sit and enjoy the fruit of our labor. It gets mighty quiet around the table, except for the oohs and aahs and the that is so good when we start eating. I try to make sure that we prepare enough food so each lady can take home at least a taste or two to share with family or friends. 

I try to keep the cost of the sessions below $10 per person. Session cost depends on the recipes we make and the expense of the ingredients. 

Tasting Grace is truly a fun and meaningful time for all involved. See pictures from a few of our sessions below. 



Tasting Grace ~ The Event

Want to experience a Tasting Grace event with your friends or family? You can.

Girls or Guys Night Out, Bridesmaids Event, Birthday Party, Couples Night or just for fun ~ You can bring Tasting Grace to your home.

In a two hour session, you and your family and friends can go into the kitchen with me and learn to make homemade biscuits or other homemade dishes. We can use your kitchen or mine. The time will include a short devotion and lots of fun in the kitchen. And, as always, the ‘tasting’ part of Tasting Grace will be the grand finale.

Cost per person or per event depends on the menu chosen.

If you are interested in hosting a Tasting Grace event, please use the contact form on my website or email me at [email protected] for more information.


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