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Emily Cooper

Emily Cooper


My name is Emily "Lulu" Cooper. I grew up in Hawley and graduated from Wallenpaupack in 2013! After graduating from Clarion University in 2017 not knowing what I wanted to do with my life, I found myself gravitating towards side jobs that revolved around events. Starting with the floral industry in Pittsburgh working for an event-based company, then working for a wedding & event company in Portland, Oregon as an Assistant Event Coordinator. Both of these jobs involved creating something-from-nothing that everyone admired, but didn't know who to give credit to. That's my favorite part about being in events-I'm like the fly on the wall making sure you have a good time :) Now that I'm back in the area, I had the opportunity to be trained by one of NEPA's top hospitality companies while I worked for them as an Event Planner & Coordinator. Since that experience, I've opened my own business, Clululess LLC. that can help you in coordinating or planning a small-scale event. I can assist in the following for you: 


Decoration Set Up/Tear Down

Coordination of Event

Vendor Recommendations

One-on-One Consultations 

Budget Help


I also LOVE to cook-

Check out some of the events I offer through my business for the community!

FREE Monthly Community Dinners 

Themed Classes ($)

Private Cooking Lessons ($$)

Local Guest Chef Cooking Classes ($$)

Meal Prepping Services ($)

Instagram: @clululess


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Simple Risotto

Simple Risotto


1 shallot, diced

2 cloves garlic, minced

Parmesan Cheese (measure with your heart!)

2/3 cup arborio rice

3/4 cup dry white wine

1 cup chicken broth



Optional: Fresh Thyme


Sweat down your shallots & onions (once they are translucent) in a skillet/pan. Add your rice & let that slightly brown. Once there is no liquid in your pan, add a little wine & stir until it cooks down. Then add some chicken broth & stir until it cooks down. Continue this process until the rice has fully absorbed the liquid, adding your thyme every now & then. The key to risotto is patience! Patience & cheese. Once the rice is fluffy, add your parmesan & pepper. Taste & season with salt to your desire! Plate & garnish with fresh thyme, a sprinkle of parmesan, and freshly ground pepper. You'll have people thinking it was straight from restaurant! Enjoy!

Foil Packet Salmon with a creamy dill garlic sauce

Foil Packet Salmon with a creamy dill garlic sauce


1 salmon filet

1 hefty green onion/scallion, sliced in half

2 cloves garlic, thinly sliced

Lemon Juice

Fresh Dill

Tin Foil, 6x6in


Fresh Dill

1/4 cup light cream

2 tbsp butter (optional)

1 clove garlic, minced

1/2 shallot, minced


Fold your foil with the edges up, so the salmon will fit in the middle and no ingredients will spill out. Add a dash of olive oil, salt, pepper, lemon juice, fresh dill, garlic, and onions on the bottom. Then add your salmon filet on top. Add the same ingredients on the top, plus a little extra lemon juice. Fold up the foil packet so that there is space for steam to cook your salmon, and the edges are completely sealed. Add to oven at 375 degrees for about 15 minutes. Take out, unwrap & broil your salmon at 400 for 3 minutes. Enjoy! 


Sauce: Sauté your shallots & garlic in some oil or butter, once they are finished sweating, add the light cream & let it come to a simmer. Stir continuously until it becomes your desired texture.