There is a new chef in the kitchen at Windsor Gardens Assisted Living. Chef Robert Spires has been a professional chef and event caterer for over 30 years. His career started as a volume cook for large functions and over the years he refined to plate to plate dining. He says, “I love the artistry that starts from food preparation, to execution and assembly but the true passion is in the simplicity of the food itself. It doesn’t have to be masked with spices and alternate flavors. Food is similar to life- Leave it simple and pure and the result will be bountiful.”
Stop by and taste his food with your family!! You won’t be disappointed!!
Today we decorated Easter cookies, Easter eggs, and had a big Easter Party!!!!
Chef Rob has created a delicious Easter Lunch Menu for us on Sunday!!
Last week we threw a birthday party for Windsor as we turned 19 years old!! The residents shared some of their favorite aspects of Windsor in honor of the special occasion!!!
We thoroughly enjoyed our treats!!! Vanilla Cokes and Moon Pies!!!
We are extremely thankful to our chef Andy Strickland for dedicating 16 years of superb service to Windsor Gardens Assisted Living. Andy is retiring from Windsor Gardens with 16 years of delicious food, fabulous Christmas parties, sensational family picnics, and of course delicious homemade ice cream under his belt (figuratively)! The Windsor staff and residents will miss Andy but we are so happy for him and his future endeavors!!!
We hope this St. Patrick’s Day brings you all the luck of the Irish!!!
We have a been having a blast this week celebrating St. Patty’s Day. For Cooking Club we made edible pots of gold! One resident, Bob Johnson, said it best… “Well, today we saw the all the green and daffodils and then ate gold, I’d say that’s a good Irish celebration!”
We are so thankful to our instructor Sabrina McEylea for coming on Thursdays at 2:30pm to teach us a new language. Our residents are anxious to learn ASL so they can better communicate with a fellow resident that is deaf!