Wednesday, December 10, 2008

See FN Dish pay a visit to my set ...

So, back when I was taping the most recent 13 episodes of Cooking For Real, newly-minted host of FN Dish Bruce Seidel came by to chat and take a tour of the set. The video is up now on the FN Dish blog. Zoom by and take an inside look at my set and stuff as we chat about places for bacon and recipes passed down. I'm feeling another Slo Mo Slide Sho coming on soon ... stick around!

New episodes begin the first Saturday of the New Year at noon!

11 comments:

Mise en place said...

That's so cool.
I like when places let the viewers see the behind the scenes stuff.
:D

Sunny Anderson said...

mise en place, same here ... i am such an info junkie on things i really like. i could totally win on cash cab! i know too much of nuthin'! glad you like the behind the scenes stuff, i forgot the behind the scene cameras were there at the holiday extravaganza shoot, so that was neat. i always hear people on reality tv say they forget the cameras are there and i never believed them, now i do! :-)

Complaint Department Manager said...

Can't wait to see the new stuff. I can only do so much with that black bean puree' and a few others.

Security issues, ay? Glad that got ironed out. Seems like everyone has had their share of blog silence lately including me. Finals, my buisness and my work with Habitat for Humanity has had me bogged down. I belive now I'll be shinin' til next month.

Turtle said...

Ms. Sunny -- Thanks for all the updates and dish (no pun intended). Cheers, also, for answering my question last month about what happens to all of that food FN cooks when they're done shooting.

Also, gotta tell you I tried your Thanksgiving leftover recipe about fried stuffing nuggets and it rocked. Fried stuffing! All it needed was some icing, maybe a little whipped cream.

Cheers,
Turtle

p.s. I noticed a commenter in an earlier blog posting included a link for car insurance. Watch out for that kind of spammer as your blog becomes more popular.

Shannon said...

I absolutely love your show! It's like cooking with your best girlfriend!! Plus the recipes are super tasty.

ken said...

hi sunny...cute grandmom....i see where you get your good looks from...you are a special one....i hope dude treat you that way...take care lady girl....

ken aka bye...

Sunny Anderson said...

complaint dept. mgr., teeheehee, yeah you can use it as spackle on black walls :-). new episodes are airing saturdays at noon ... new one this week in fact :-). hope the finals turned out well!

turtle, no prob on the answer, it was one of my first questions when i began there, no kidding. like uhhh who's eating that? glad you liked the stuffing, it is really bad for you, but good. like i said it's bread, breaded then fried lol ... the cranberry pesto really is key too, hope you tried em together. ;-),& thnx for the early blog security tips.

shannon, awwww thanks! i am so happy you found it and now my blog. thanks so much for the support and viewership! hope you like the recipes and stories.

ken, thanks! i have .000000000001% of her kitchen skills, she is truly a cool chick that still loves to talk food and i love it.

Kiley said...

Love the flav that your bringing to the Food Network! You drew me in with "why you hatin' on a slurpie?!" Keep doin' yo thang ma!

I hooked you up on Facebook; official Sunny Anderson Fan Club.

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=44151096860

We get it in!

Sunny Anderson said...

kiley, teeheehee, wow, that's a throwback quote! Gotta Get It was such a fun show, that dude was hatin on my slurpie though lol! i was so surprised that stayed in the show. neat to be able to be myself and say things without thinking. thanks for the fan club, i'ma have to go over there and check it out. keep in touch kiley! :-)

Anonymous said...

Hey Sunny, I caught today's episode with the seared chicken with apple gravy. It looks really tasty. During the process you mentioned apple cider and how you use it often. At that point, it dawned on me that your fried chicken recipe that I tried this summer should have been brined with apple cider instead of the apple cider vinegar that I used. It was still delicious but as you can imagine had a zing to it. I had to share my discovery of the error.

Love the show,

Shonda in ATL

Sunny Anderson said...

shonda, teeheehee ... kitchen mistakes happen. thanks so much for watching and trying the recipes. glad it was still edible. yeah, cider is where it's at with a brine. brining is an ever changing formula though, so have fun with it and forgive yourself when you make a mistake. thanks for the story!