"In this cooking demonstration, I will share delicious raw ball recipes, along with ideas on turning your food fight into a food story." Angela Schulz
Register for the Women's Health Conference to hear about Angela's personal story from food fights to cooking with joy.
Angela is a passionate home cook who believes that food can be the basis for not only a healthier life, but also a happier family, a better environment and a peaceful world. She’s an avid reader of cookbooks (ever since she could read) and experiments with many techniques of cooking. Angela considers herself to be a whole food cook with an emphasis on healthy recipes. After years of fighting with an eating disorder, and IBS, she has discovered a way of cooking that is not only healthy, but feels good inside and out. Cooking at her kitchen island with family and friends around is one of her greatest joys. Food is definitely no longer a “fight” but a beautiful story that she is honored to share.
Angela Nolte Schulz is a wife, mom, singer, performer and passionate home cook. She grew up in Moorhead, attended Moorhead High School, and then Concordia College where she graduated with a Bachelor of Music in vocal performance. Angela has always had three intense passions, family, singing, and food. All three have provided many delightful and sometimes interesting stories to her life.
Angela is the wife of Brian Schulz, who “takes care of business” at Microsoft in Fargo, and the mom to Amie(16), Sarah(15) and Sophie(10) who are all three unique and fun young women. The women in the Schulz family all love to perform and sing. The girls have a homemade theatre in the basement named the BTC (Basement Theatre Company) where many hours are spent rehearsing and writing and building plays.
Angela has been singing since the age of three and performing in theatre since age 11 with FMCT, Trollwood Performing Arts School and F-M Civic opera. Angela worked at Discovery Middle School as an artist in residence and at Moorhead High School as the extra-curricular vocal music teacher. Angela went back to school at Minnesota State University Moorhead where she received a Bachelor of Science in Vocal Music Education. Angela taught in Ulen-Hitterdal for one year and has since been teaching and singing on a free-lance basis.
Angela is a founding member of Music-Theatre F-M which has been producing musicals in the area for the past 10 years. She’s had the opportunity to play many interesting roles, most recently, “Frau Blucher” in YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, and “Barbra, Ethel, Fantine, Cassie, and The Lady of the Lake,” in FORBIDDEN BROADWAY. Angela is thrilled to be performing again with Act-up theatre’s production of BARE which will travel to Minneapolis and the Fringe festival in Edinburgh, Scotland this summer.