Self-Taught Chef Nona Malone Shares Her Love for Cooking Through “Food by Nona Malone” Cookbook – Press Release

It has long been established that there is no set recipe for success. Some have managed to secure a position at the forefront of their fields with the support of established industry authorities, while others have reached impressive heights through sheer dedication alone. For Nona Malone, what spelled the difference between success and failure is the initiative to transform into an expert as well as her passion for food, which kept the fire burning and ensured that she would keep moving forward until she reaches the summit.

For ten years now, this self-taught chef has made the most delectable dishes and created recipes that have suited the palate of countless individuals. The commitment she demonstrates in refining her skills and increasing her knowledge about food and cooking is a sight to see and has helped her take center stage. Additionally, the effort she has expended in teaching herself the nitty-gritty

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Chef who has made food for the Queen shares his secret to cooking ‘perfect’ bacon

An award-winning chef who has previously cooked meals for the Queen has claimed we’ve all been cooking bacon wrong.

But don’t worry, he’s kindly shared the ‘right’ way to do it and claims his method will give you ‘perfect’ bacon.

Jeff Baker says that a lot of people make a common mistake when cooking the meat and end up with it being very greasy.

Speaking to The Daily Star, the food expert revealed his secret, saying that it’s all to do with getting the pan nice and hot, rather than cooking the meat slow and steady.

By doing it this way, the bacon should caramelise, making it crispier and giving the meat a punchier flavour.

He explained: “I find that the best way to cook bacon is on a medium to high heat pan with a small amount of natural fat, searing

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Amy Schumer Shares Emmy Acceptance Speech If Her Cooking Show Had Won, Loses to Cheer

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Amy Schumer has no hard feelings toward her Emmy loss this year.

On Saturday, the comedian, 39, shared the adorable acceptance speech she and her family pre-recorded if her series Amy Schumer Learns to Cook took home its first award.

The Food Network series was nominated for outstanding unstructured reality program but was ultimately beat out by Netflix’s Cheer during the Creative Arts awards on Saturday.

“Emmy loss,” Schumer captioned the sweet clip featuring husband and chef Chris Fischer, their 16-month-old son Gene David, Gene’s nanny, Jane, and their dog Tati.

“The vid we made in case we won. We lost to Cheer!” she wrote, adding, “I loved Cheer!”

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In the heartwarming clip, the group sits around a table while baby Gene is fastened in his high chair and having

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Rachael Ray Shares COVID-19 Food Shopping Tips, Cooking Hacks

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Rachael Ray Evan Agostini/Invision/AP/Shutterstock

Sharing her wisdom with the rest of Us! Rachael Ray shared some “smarter and better” food shopping tips exclusively with Us Weekly and they’re bound to come in handy during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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The 51-year-old bestselling author and award-winning daytime TV show host spoke with Us on August 5, days before a fire seriously damaged a portion of her upstate New York home. Like most people in quarantine, she’s been doing plenty of online shopping, as opposed to venturing out to the grocery store. “I had no idea how many little extras you get buying seafood, produce, meats and anything else online,” she said. “You can also search for better prices than I thought were possible. I’m finding an enormous amount of bargains, quite frankly.”

The Rachael Ray host

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