Find balance in your life with cooking

A new way to look at food, cook it and share it.

Time Saving tips in your kitchen

Listen to podcast episodes and hear from food experts about how they cook in their kitchen to simplify and find balance in your life. 

Finding your balance with cooking

Learn about the influence of food on your brain and how cooking can even help your focus like meditation or therapy.

On top of cooking balanced meals, knowing how to choose your food and 

Fun in your kitchen

One of the key elements of your life happiness is to have fun, and that includes your kitchen! Setting an ambiance, listening to good music (or a podcast 😉 using your taste and sense of smell … all of that can help make it an enjoyable experience! and there is nothing more rewarding than sharing the results of your cooking with loved ones.

Feeling overwhelmed in your kitchen?

Need some inspiration for your weekly cooking?

Want to hear about how chefs are cooking at home?

Want to cook a balanced and hearty meal that fulfill all the family?

food sharing

What Gets You Cooking is a podcast published every other week, where I share my perspective and those of food experts (farmers, chefs, food banks, schools, gardeners, cooking schools, dietitians) on food and how to simplify your homecooking.


Everyone is welcome on this platform. People from all cultures and backgrounds, knowing a lot about food – or nothing at all, spending lots of time in their kitchen – or not, having the time – or not, having the money – or not.

I hope you’re going to join me and suggest other ideas.

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My Story

I am Virginie Fite-Georgel and my wish for “What Gets You Cooking” is to build a community of people around a new way to look at food and the way we cook it and share it.

In the last couple of years, I have met a lot of people (here in the US and elsewhere) who want to eat better, healthier and /or want their kids to do so. After reading articles and listening to radio shows and podcast discussing healthy nutrition and the like, I felt like I knew quite a bit.

My history is family influence. The things I know about cooking are all related to my grandma and my mom cooking a lot… on a daily basis but also having a lot of people over.

Thanks to my education, my family, and the environment I have lived in, food and healthy eating are a very important of my life and I felt a calling to share with others what I know and connect with other initiatives in the Bay Area.

Because it matters to me to share this knowledge and connect everyone to the food they’re eating…