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Pepper and Herb Frittata

– Posted in: Breakfast Recipe Vegetarian

I love making frittatas for breakfast because they're fast and easy. I usually add produce from my garden, which is how I invented this one. If you want meat in your frittata, try adding sausage crumbles, rendered bacon, or chopped ham. Have fun creating different combinations using ingredients you already have in your kitchen! [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:132]

Creole Tomato Shakshuka

– Posted in: Food Recipe Vegetarian
Creole Tomato Shakshuka

At the 31st Creole Tomato Festival, I had a fantastic cooking demo! The crowd was outstanding and interactive. I made Creole Tomato Shakshuka. Shakshuka is a tomato and egg dish that is popular in Israel. It is originally from Tunisia in North Africa. When North African Jews immigrated to Israel, they brought this staple dish

Cool Kids Cook Radio Show #69 Interview with Amy Stankus of Chocolate South – Monday, February 10, 2014

– Posted in: Cooking Cool Kids Cook Radio Show Food Interview Kids

Today's show guest is Amy Stankus of Chocolate South. In 2004, after 20 years as a licensed Architect, Ms. Amy left her computer cubicle to work as stand-up chocolatier. Chocolate was always her passion, but there were recipes to be tested and flavors to be explored, so Ms. Amy became a Personal Chef and cooked

Cool Kids Cook #58 Interview with Ray Villafane, World Famous Pumpkin Carver – Monday, October 28, 2013

– Posted in: Cooking Cool Kids Cook Radio Show Food Interview Kids

Hey Young Chefs! I love pumpkin carving and decorating but I’m nowhere near as talented and amazing as today’s guest. Ray Villafane is one of the world’s most famous pumpkin carvers. His hobby of pumpkin sculpting was brought to an entirely new level in 2007 when he was asked to participate in the Food Network’s