I am excited to be playing with the iPad app ‘In the Kitchen with David‘ on QVC. It also can be used on an iPhone and iPod Touch. One of the best parts was the tweetup during the show last Sunday, January 15 at Noon EST with several other Blogger/Tweeps (@momhatescooking, @tweetestsavings, and @wahmdiva). We chatted about the items as they came on and each ordered something from the oh so many wonderful items on the show!!! Downloading and using the app was easy and seamless…the whole experience was fun!!!
What Did I Order?
“Eat More of What You Love” Cookbook by Marlene Koch
Hot Pick! Advance orders ship 3/5/12.
The chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter filling sold me!!! The book is about guilt-free goodness. Eat More of What You Love makes it easy to enjoy your favorite foods while watching your waistline. This comprehensive cookbook presents 200 recipes that are low in sugar, fat, and calories but full of flavor. The lightened-up delights include pan fried onion dip, General Tso’s chicken, cheesy skillet cornbread, chocolate chip quick cake, pecan pie cups, and more. It comes in hardcover with jacket and is 352 pages with index. It has color photos throughout and, best of all, it is printed in USA!!!
What Kind of Foodie are You?
Prior to watching the show, I headed to David’s Facebook page to take the foodie quiz.I ended up as a Healthy Foody…was sure I would be a Comfort Foodie!!! Go check the quiz out…it is just a few questions and takes only a few minutes to complete. Come back and let me know what type of foodie you are. See a slide show of the process here. My results…
My Fave Recipe of David’s
Since my cookbook was advance order and will not arrive until March 14th, I will share one of my favorites of David’s recipes. When I receive the cookbook, I will be posting several recipes from it…so watch for an update.
I usually serve this with pork chops or ham with a side of fried apples. Today I will be serving with my favorite chocolate chili. This is really easy to make and take for a pot luck dinner.
1 box corn muffin mix
14 oz can creamed corn
2 cups fresh corn (cut from the cob) OR 14 oz can whole kernel corn (drained)
1 stick butter (softened)
1 cup sour cream
In a large bowl, combine all ingredients and mix thoroughly. Pour into a greased 3-qt. casserole dish. Cover and bake at 350°F for 55 – 60 minutes. Uncover and bake another 10 minutes until the top is crusty and golden brown. Serves 6.
Tip: Garnish with diced red and green peppers.
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