An educator at heart, Mary Collette Rogers loves to share information that not only
empowers participants to take control of their food lives but inspires them to get
Who doesn’t want to enjoy the benefits of a wholesome, nurturing diet?
Yet for many of us, something gets in the way: Is it lack of confidence in the kitchen?
Confusion about what’s healthy and what’s not? Kitchen chaos? Lack of time? Low
energy? An aversion to grocery shopping? Misleading marketing babble?
After years of observation, it’s clear these are all obstacles. Mary’s talks help
participants explore these practical barriers to good eating as she:
shares healthy eating how-to, good eating fundamentals and productive attitudes
while weaving in new perspectives on eating and
inspiring people to head to the kitchen to have fun cooking,
all with a personal, “been there done that, too” approach
Mary helps participants see that healthy meal-making is not only easy. It is a valuable
and worthwhile use of our time—good for us and the planet.
Presenting” What’s Snackin’” with Dr. Debby Hamilton (left) at Rallysport Health
Club. Participants compared snacks on the “Healthy Snack Continuum,” then tasted
“Easy Slow Cooker Applesauce” plus several nutritious snack ideas using applesauce.
What Kind of Speaking Does Mary Do?
What Topics Does Mary Speak About?
What Can I Expect from a Class?
What Perspective Does Mary Bring to the Table?
What Are Others Saying?
How Can I Get More Information?
Congratulations, Mary, on your great book-signing Thursday night at Boulder Book
Store. You're an excellent speaker, and you did a super job of showing the connection
between sustainable agriculture and making order out of chaos in our eating, shopping,
and cooking. I'm enjoying reading the book, especially the section on kitchen attitude!
Gail Storey Author of novels The Lord's Motel
and God's Country Club
Mary is interested in speaking with groups that want to learn more about how to make
healthy eating happen, everyday!
Presenting lunchtime seminar at Covicient: ”If It Works in the Workplace, Then Why
Not at Home?” Participants learned how the power of organization is the secret for
taking stress out of mealtimes.
Conducting quick, everyday dinner cooking class at Wild Oats Markets: Bistro Beans.
Participants learned six ways to use beans to pack nutrition and flavor into meals.