Tuesday, November 16, 2010

11/17-Art Smith, Chef Cat Cora

This Thanksgiving, students from Milton Hershey School’s Culinary Arts program are launching an eCookbook called “A Legacy of Recipes.”  Filled with delicious recipes, the dishes in this cookbook are sure to add zip to this year’s Thanksgiving dinner. For the past 100 years, Milton Hershey School has been providing opportunities to kids who come from dire poverty and challenging circumstances, so what better way to give back this Thanksgiving than to keep Milton Hershey’s legacy alive by spreading word about the school.  Art Smith, chef, author, and television personality has brought back meaning and symbolism to the word “table” and has united families and friends through the sharing of a meal.  Art is a two-time James Beard Award recipient. In 2007 he received the James Beard Foundation Humanitarian of The Year Award and in 2002 he received the James Beard Foundation Award for “Best Cookbook” for his first cookbook, Back to the Table: The Reunion of Food and Family.  Art is a contributing editor to O, the Oprah Magazine and the Food section of Oprah.com and has appeared several times on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” He is featured regularly on television programs, appearing nationally on “The Today Show” and “Good Day Live” and serving as a regular tasting judge on Food Network’s “Iron Chef America.”

Cat Cora is a world-renowned chef and the first and only female Iron Chef on Food Network's Iron Chef America. She was named Executive Chef of Bon Appetit Magazine, which honored her with the Teacher of the Year Award in 2006. She’s the author of Cat Cora's Kitchen and Cooking From The Hip: Fast, Easy, Phenomenal Meals. Cat made her TV debut in 1999 as co-host of Food Network’s Melting Pot with Rocco Di Spirito.   

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