Okay, back to the Muddy Runner Dirty Dozen.
I introduced my daughter, sous chef and aspiring chef Yvie to my readers with this post.
On a quick aside, I didn't have a whole lot of time this weekend to do much of anything. I have the episode all shot but have to edit it together and do all that good stuff. So when I get to that episode together, I'll have it ready for you to watch.
Until then, here's number 11 on the countdown.
Originally Published May 3
Savory Sundays: the TV show!
Okay, maybe it's not quite Food Network-ish but we took a different spin on the Savory Sundays feature this week.
I've been having problems trying new recipes lately; actually have been stuck in a bit of a cooking rut, making the same dishes over and over again. Not that there's anything wrong with that - the Chorizo Tortas I made on Thursday were fantastic - but I can't exactly show you how to make the same thing twice now can I?
So I had an idea. I figured I'd put my budding Giadas in front of the camera and have them explain how to make Marinara Sauce. Actually, Yvie was pretty much the only one interested in showing off her hosting skills as Kenna went in and out of frame, so I named this show Cooking With Yvie.