Curry Girls Kitchen
About Curry Girls Kitchen
Peggy and Megan Curry are mother-daughter cooking duo, and founders of Curry Girls Kitchen. Peggy has been educating and teaching families around the South Bay how to cook beneficial meals for their families for more than 20 years. Megan’s passion for cooking began after her chronic illness led the whole Curry family to be diagnosed gluten-intolerant. Together they created Curry Girls Kitchen to teach people how to cook nutritiously delicious gluten-free recipes.
Curry Girls help those looking to find a positive and nourishing relationship with food, especially for those with gluten and other allergies; the mother-daughter duo offers a range of services. You can attend a private or group cooking class, receive personal health coaching or meal planning, give your pantry a makeover or simply bring your shopping bag to the farmers market where you will always find ”Pegs” and “Megs” toting their bright red wagon between the produce to lend a helping hand. The Curry girls offer insight and guidance every step of the way from the grocery store and into your kitchen.
Curry Girls Kitchen helps families share healthy eating habits and bring families together. “Eating around the family table is always a happy memory for me,” Megan reflects. “The kitchen was the heart of our home. It was the hub of our house, where we all connected.” Together they believe the kitchen is the heart of the home where food IS love.