Tasty Tidbits Culinary

Welcome to Tasty Tidbits Culinary Services

Serving Rockford, Northern Illinois, & Southern Wisconsin

Tasty Tidbits was born because fresh & healthy food is the best for you, but it has to taste good or it will not change eating habits of the people whose diets require those changes. It’s about flavor, freshness, feeling good and fun!

Chef Diana graduated from the Culinary Business Academy, is a Certified Personal Chef®, Premier Member of the United States Personal Chef Association, has ServSafe Certification and is a Registered Nurse who has extensively researched and obtained educational credits in food allergies, special diets, nutrition & safety. She has over 25 years of cooking and entertainment experience

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Culinary Services

Meal Packages

Delicious meals prepared fresh and ready to go

Holy Grail Mix™

It's not granola, its not trail mix...It's Holy Grail Mix™!

Corporate Services

Team building, health programs, event meals and more

Food Allergy & Sensitivity Testing

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Sports nutrition, menu planning, party menus & more

Event Catering

Ready to serve you & your guests at your small event

Give the Perfect Gift!

Tasty Tidbits Gift Certificates

Give friends, family & coworkers a delicious gift

Latest Blog Posts


Summer Pestos

It feels like years since I first sampled and learned about Pestos . Actually, it HAS been years and they have flown by, but I remember it like yesterday and it was one of things a beautiful lady taught me that reached my soul and sparked something that would someday change my life. She was […]


Enjoying the Bounty of “Later” Fall Veggies

During Summer, it seems like vegetables are ripening so fast that it’s hard to keep up! Especially with the ones that will spoil if we don’t use them: tomatoes, zucchini, lettuce, green beans, etc. Most Fall vegetables last longer…like squash, potatoes, onions and carrots, parsnips, turnips, rutabaga, and more. Many of us even have an […]


Zucchini & Summer Squash

Squash in Italian is “zucco”, so everyone assumes that it came from Italy, but the origin of zucchini (also called Summer squash) dates back to 5500 BC in Central and South America (source: University of Arizona). Zucchini Shapes Zucchini has many shapes and sizes. Pattypan squash is in the same Summer squash family as yellow […]

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