Show 325, May 25, 2019: Private Chef & Emmy-Award winner Lara Lyn Carter with Skinny Southern: 90 Reinvented Classics Without The Guilt! Part Two

Cookbook Author Lara Lyn CarterPrivate chef and Emmy-Award winner, Lara Lyn Carter is considered Georgia’s go-to authority on Southern entertaining. Her impressive, 2nd cookbook is Skinny Southern: 90 Reinvented Classics Without The Guilt!

“Lara Lyn Carter recently won her first Emmy in the category of On Camera Talent for hosting Thyme for Sharing with Lara Lyn Carter, which she also created and produced. It was part of Georgia Public Broadcasting‘s summer cooking lineup and received excellent ratings and praise. The show was nominated for four Emmys in the categories of lighting, photography, directing, and on-camera talent. In addition, Lara Lyn created and hosted Savor the Good Life with Gray Television‘s WALB, the NBC and ABC affiliate in Southwest Georgia, for three years. This show received a Gabby (Georgia Association of Broadcasters) Award in its first year.”


Show 231, July 8, 2017: Julie Ann Sageer, Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen – Authentic Recipes for Fresh and Flavorful Mediterranean Cooking. Continues…

Julie Ann SageerSince she was a young girl, Julie Ann Sageer, lovingly called “Julie Taboulie” by her close-knit family, has been passionate about preparing and cooking the traditional food of her Lebanese heritage. And now she shares that passion and knowledge with you in her first cookbook, Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen – Authentic Recipes for Fresh and Flavorful Mediterranean Home Cooking, the perfect companion to her Emmy-nominated PBS shows.

Julie established her mark in the culinary world by making television history in 2012 with producing and premiering her Emmy-nominated and multiple award-winning national Public Television cooking show series Cooking with Julie Taboulie. The series become the first, and only, Lebanese cooking series to air in the United States and Canada.

Julie Ann Sageer continues to be the most pivotal pioneer, public figure and personality to motivate the movement of making Lebanese cuisine mainstream across America, with her brand-new Public Television series Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen airing on PBS stations nationwide. This special series brings to life her love of her Lebanese culinary and cultural heritage in a celebration of all things Lebanese cuisine.


Show 11, December 29, 2012: Chef Marcel Vigneron – Food Network’s “Next Iron Chef: Redemption”

Chef Marcel is best remembered for his season on Bravo’s Emmy Award-winning “Top Chef.” He is now Los Angeles based. Marcel revealed that an LA restaurant project is in the works for him in 2013. Stay tuned…

Marcel was part of the just completed season of “Food Network’s “Next Iron Chef: Redemption.” Only two chefs competing out of the entire group had no prior experience in battle on “Iron Chef America.” Marcel was one. The other newbie, Chef Tim Love, was surprisingly eliminated at the conclusion of the first episode.

Marcel’s toughest moment on the show was the final showdown he had with his good friend, Spike Mendelsohn, on the November 25th show to determine who would go home that day. Marcel “survived to cook another day” and actually finished an impressive 4th in the overall competition.