3 a.m. ET. A call comes in to the home of Eat It Up television network host, Annabelle Trainor.
“Hello?” answers the pastry chef extraordinaire. “Well hello Prince William! 289 more words
“Rachael Ray’s Kid’s Cook Off,” a six-episode series featuring kid competitors and big challenges, will premiere at 8:00 p.m. tonight on the Food Network. Several multi-talented junior chefs, including 12-year-old Chandler Jackson and 11-year-old Juliana Malfitano, both from metro Atlanta, will be put to the test through a series of tough cooking challenges and high-pressure obstacles. 181 more words
Last night I made a salad that I also found in the Rachel Ray magazine. We decided to do a bit lighter fare this week since we had eaten so much rich food (lots of lobster rolls and more during our trip to Maine!). 137 more words
Twice baked palmetto cheese potato. It is Rachel Ray’s fault. I caught park of her TV show today and she was making twice baked potatoes. I was taking what I had in the fridge to create one and I thought of the palmetto cheese, which is pimento cheese with jalepenos. 10 more words
Chris Achenbach has always been an avid animal lover and couldn’t be happier to have found the pet-centric culture of Ainsworth Pet Nutrition. The company has been making pet food for over 75 years – since founder George Ainsworth Lang’s springer spaniel, Lady, had a dozen puppies and he decided to start making pet food himself. 515 more words