Carla hall chocolate pound cake
Cooking with Love: Comfort Food that Hugs You by Carla HallCarla Hall, co-host on ABCs The Chew and Bravos Top Chef All-Stars Fan Favorite, serves up her first cookbook, with 125 fantastic recipes that revolutionize comfort food by using ingredients that bring all-time favorites to a new level of deliciousness and taste sensation.Carla Hall originally won fans hearts on season five of Bravos Top Chef with her warmth, enthusiasm, and delicious food, and she went on to beat out contestants from all seven seasons to be named Fan Favorite of the 2011 All-Stars season. In 2011, Carla began hosting ABCs The Chew and is now a familiar face to daytime television viewers across the country.
Carlas specialty in the kitchen is enhancing great tastes while keeping preparation easy and getting reliable, accurate results. Carla believes that the only way to make transformative food is to cook it from the heart and in the spirit of joy and fun that she brings to the kitchen. Cooking with Love tells how, with tempting and inspiring recipes for all sorts of sumptuous dishes that show the love. Carla also teaches and shares culinary basics while providing fun tips and funny and poignant tales of her personal experiences cooking with family, friends, and fellow chefs.
From appetizers that include a fresh take on Down-Home Deviled Eggs with Smoky Bacon to gorgeous Spicy Carrot Ginger Soup to Carlas famously succulent Chicken Pot Pie to mouth-watering desserts like her Grannys unforgettably luscious, buttery Five-Flavor Pound Cake, Carlas beautiful, delicious recipes revolutionize comfort food.
Comfort food never tasted so good
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Disarming quasi-candid banter is not really her thing. She feels no pressure to flood the zone. I think that's when food started to change and there was more fried foods and there was more foods that were thought to be unhealthy but there were also slaves who were trained chefs. Hi, I'm Manny Howard. This is Salon Talks. We're here today with Carla Hall, who's written a new cookbook called Soul Food. Welcome, Carla.