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Chef Sunny Anderson Dishes On Her Easy-To-Follow Cooking Style

Sunny Anderson doesn’t have your typical chef credentials. A self-taught cook, the Food Network star began whipping up dishes while living abroad as an Air Force member and later, while working as a hip-hop radio DJ. 

Whether it’s spicy Southern classics or comfort food bites, her recipes rely on ingredients you typically already have in your pantry. This time of year, that means Superbowl snacks of “dippable stuff” like chips and pretzels, she says, with “guacamole being a must!” 

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You’ve been a host on Food Network for over ten years now. What’s your greatest memory? 
It always goes back to the first time, when I was a guest on Emeril Live in 2005. I was a caterer in NYC, and he was using one of my recipes, and I didn’t know if I would get to cook with him or just sit at that little side

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8 regional Indian food blogs by moms that you need to follow for kid-friendly recipe ideas

Experts believe that one of the best ways to develop your child’s taste buds, is to feed them a diverse variety of foods from the word go. Today, baby food is no longer restricted to fruit pulp and cereal porridge and has moved to become Instagram-friendly platters that are as colourful as they are healthy. These food blogging mommys pick the best of their Indian regional cuisine, along with several international ideas and present children-friendly recipes.

Bong Mom Cookbook

In a bid to pass on everything she learnt from her mother, mom-in-law, mashis-pishis, kakimas-jethimas to her two daughters, Sandeepa Datta Mukherjee started a Bengali food blog that translated into an epic cookbook titled Bong Mom’s Cookbook in the year 2013. On this mom’s blog you’ll find lunch box ideas like kheema quesadillas, egg curry and other ideas that help you incorporate different food groups into your child’s diet. She has

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Try This Beginners’ Recipe for Indian Chicken With Coconut

(Bloomberg) — Chef Romy Gill has had to work hard for her success.

She was born and brought up in Burnpur, West Bengal, where her father worked in a steel plant. She learned to cook with her mother and decided she wanted to be a chef after her mother was diagnosed with cancer. Romy never formally studied culinary arts, and when she moved to the U.K. in her early 20s to go to university, she didn’t have handy connections in the hospitality business.

Romy married an Englishman and settled in a small town in the west of England, near Bristol. She went on to open her own restaurant, Romy’s Kitchen, in Thornbury. I went there once: It was charming with very good food. But it has closed now. It’s by sheer force of personality that Romy has made her way onto the national, and even international, stage.

Her first

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What is your favorite Super Bowl food?

The big game is right around the corner, and while our beloved Chicago Bears are sitting this one out (again), us fans will mostly still be able to enjoy the Super Bowl for what it has become. A glorious football holiday.

a plate of food on a table

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Some will congregate at a big party with friends and family, while others will keep things low key, but regardless of how we celebrate the end of the NFL’s season, many of us will be eating something scrumptious for the occasion.

I asked some of the WCG team to give us their favorite Super Bowl food and to share their recipes with us too.

Erik Christopher Duerrwaechter:

My Bangin’ Brats, of course.

Recipe – One (1) lot of your favorite, high quality bratwurst; Italian seasoning; three whole garlic cloves; Greek seasoning; oregano; thyme; red chili

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