I have had the extreme pleasure of being on the receiving end of many of Amanda Grace Johnson’s culinary masterpieces. From sumptious beef or chicken-based main courses, to mouth-watering vegan dishes, to some of the most delicious desserts I’ve ever had the pleasure of eating, her food creations are some of the most unique and tantalizing that I’ve ever tasted. Her cooking style is a fusion of many different traditions and she has developed a truly one-of-a-kind culinary mastery that has to be tasted to be believed. I would travel great distances to partake of her delicious creations! -Freeman Lovejoy
Amanda isn’t just a good cook. She knows how to coax out the flavor and make all foods taste amazing. I especially love her savory entrees. She can take a little and make it a culinary delight! -Pamela Johnson
Amanda Grace is an artist in the realm of delicious and wholesome food. Her refined sensibilities allow her to embrace a broad spectrum of food-related experience; inspiring tastes, environmental sensitivity, and the joy of spending time with friends. Amanda’s cooking and her extraordinary skills as a host made my own 60th birthday party a wonderfully memorable treat for all our guests. -Professor Bob Sitler
Amanda is quite simply an incredible cook.
Her knowledge, instinct and creativity with food ~ combined with a wealth of different techniques, experience and culture produce an exciting, joyous dining experience.
Whether you desire an intimate supper for two or an extravagant feast for many, Amanda can dream up and produce an unforgettable culinary experience.
She works sustainably, mindful of waste and with the highest quality ingredients, producing meals that take you on a wonderfully nourishing adventure. -Jesse Sargeant
When we lived together, I would look around the kitchen and say, ‘We have nothing good to eat’. Then Amanda would go in and throw a bunch of things together and make the most delicious meal! And I’m still dreaming of her gluten-free brownies with candied nuts. -Toji Berlin
I cannot say anything but great things about Amanda’s dishes, but the best has got to be her spicy coconut soup. PS I like salmon in mine. And her almond chocolate cake has got to be a winner. -Rita Raimondo
Loved the Thai salmon dish you made… Is there a name for it? -Greg Carlton
Umm, I ate almost the entire box of chocolates Amanda made for Toji and Juan’s wedding present. -Kei Berlin
Her polenta cake is to die for! -Kelly Robson
Anything she puts in your mouth will make Heaven a disappointment by comparison. -CB Hackworth