Welcome to My Kitchen

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Private Lessons/Virtual Lessons

I’m providing virtual cooking classes! Together we’ll design your perfect menu, pick a time for the class, and then we’ll cook “together” as I guide you through the recipes, providing tips and tricks, and answering your culinary questions. Suggestions include meal prep for the week, easy healthy breakfasts, and family favorites for dinner. I’ve been cooking daily for over a decade, and am ready to guide you into becoming a kitchen pro, taking away the stress of feeding yourself and your loved ones. Contact me to set up a class at reveenaskitchen@gmail.com

During non Coronavirus times: If you live in the Greater Montreal Area and are interested in private cooking or baking lessons, let me know! We’ll establish what you’d like to learn how to make the lesson to give you time to buy the ingredients and to allow me to perfect and print the recipes. I’ll teach you how to make the dishes, and then of course, clean up. You can also buy lessons for a friend or family member. Contact me by e-mail at at reveenaskitchen@gmail.com


If you’re looking for a unique vegetarian catering experience in the Greater Montreal Area, I’d love to work with you. We’ll set up a meeting to discuss your event and come up with a menu based on personal preference and/or dietary restrictions. After you buy the necessary ingredients, I’ll come over, make the meal, and clean up well before the guests arrive, leaving your house ready for the feast. You can contact me by e-mail at reveenaskitchen@gmail.com


What is Reveena’s Kitchen?

Reveena’s Kitchen is a YouTube cooking show dedicated to showing you how to prepare delicious globally inspired meals for you and your loved ones . Everything on my site is vegetarian, and most recipes are vegan, or gluten and dairy free. Each recipe has been tested to perfection in order to produce the most tantalizing dish. Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, or simply an omnivore looking for alternative recipes, I’ve got you covered.

The team behind Reveena’sKitchen:

Ruth Stewart-Patterson was Reveena’s Kitchen’s photographer and videographer for episodes 1-90. She has an incredible eye for photography and cinematography, and combines these skills with dedication, punctuality, and professionalism. 

John Alexander Espinosa is the newest addition to Reveena’s Kitchen, joining as of episode 91. He is a photographer and videographer who brings an abundance of positivity, determination, and perseverance to the project. 

Alex Custodio is Reveena’s Kitchen’s web content manager and graphic designer. If you’re looking for someone to design flyers or business cards, establish layouts for books or photo albums, or proofread projects in the English language, you can contact her at alexcg@live.ca

If you find that the website isn’t loading or if you find a typo, contact Alex at the above address and she’ll fix that right up.

How you can be part of the culinary experience and journey?

I love reading engaging with you on my YouTube channel, through Instagram and Facebook, and on this website! Leave me comments, and don’t forget to subscribe, follow, and like my various social medias in order to be notified of new posts. Check out my weekly blog posts for new recipes as well as tips to help make cooking and entertaining a breeze. All of your comments and suggestions are read and taken into consideration as I figure out what the future for Reveena’s Kitchen holds. If you don’t want to post publicly, send me an e-mail at reveenarr@gmail.com

18 thoughts on “Welcome to My Kitchen

    Your very proud, Mama xoxoxo


  2. This is amazing …YOU are amazing… a wonderful cook and baker ! Congratulations …Ina Garten…watch out….so happy for you…mazeltov …well done…love bubbie myra


  3. Congratulations Reveena on your fabulous website and videos. And thanks Mom as well for letting me know about it all.. So far, I’ve only made the delicious pumpkin muffins but this weekend I’m taking on those amazing sounding spring rolls. Keep up the great work.


  4. Hello Reveena; I tried your buckwheat crapes and the phyllo parcels and loved both. Thank you. For the coconut rice, can the jasmine rice be replaced with any other rice (e.g. basmati)?

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    1. Hi Ella! Thank-you so so much, I’m so happy to hear that you liked my other recipes. You can absolutely replace the jasmine rice with basmati. Just keep in mind that if you choose to use brown rice it will take longer to cook. Enjoy 🙂


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  6. What a great idea especially during this time. We don’t go out anymore !!
    I am always looking for new recipes and sometimes feel intimidated to try them.
    Your help and expertise will make it a wonderful cooking adventure !

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  7. For those who may be doubting this experience , it was amazing ! Reveena is a delight , we had a wonderful meal ( with delicious leftovers) and what a fun way to “do something different “ during the pandemic ! Be safe …


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