Monday, October 19, 2015

A Perfect Sunday!

Yesterday Dawn and I had such a fun time. We had the opportunity to be a guest at  Master Chef's Katrina Kozar cooking demonstration at the Milwaukee Public Market.  Katrina shared her recipe for Jicama-slaw and Sloppy Joses.  Using healthy ingredients is important to Katrina ~ food that taste great and is also good for you. 
We are a fan of Master Chef. Katrina Kozar was our favorite in Season 6.  In person she is exactly like she was on the show. Intense ~ Driven ~ Honest ~ Passionate and very very Nice.  She made cooking fun and I must say her Jicama-slaw and Sloppy Joses was DELICIOUS!  

So tasty that Dawn plans on making them for us this week. Dawn loves to cook ~ every recipe she makes is full of passion and love. Watching Katrina this past season ~ Dawn would cry when Katrina cried - Dawn felt Katrina's strong desire to make the best food she could. 


Katrina has a website - if you love to cook and love tasty food - sign up to subscribe to her webpage. She post some very tasty recipes.
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When we were leaving the market - I looked at Dawn and said...gosh you and Katrina could be best friends. 

39 comments:

  1. How cool is that? I love live cooking demonstrations!

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  2. How fun. This is my idea of a great way to spend a sunday.

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  3. What a cool adventure! I love to cook, so meeting a real-deal chef would have been a fantastic experience for me.

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  4. What a fun experience! Headed to check out her FB page!

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  5. I would love to attend a live cooking event! I'm headed to check out Katrina's webpage now!

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  6. This looks like a great way to spend a Sunday. I would like to see a live cooking demonstration. Catherine S

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  7. Cooking demonstrations are so much fun! I really like jicama slaw, it's got a nice tang to it.

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  8. I really want to go to a cooking demonstration to learn new techniques. The food looks tasty.

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  9. That does sound like a blast! I love inspiration for new meals. I'm sure there would be such great ideas presented at the demonstration.

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  10. I have recently really fallen in love with cooking and this looks like such a fun way to learn! I'm totally jealous!

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  11. I had to google jimica because I've never even heard of it before!! I would love to have a taste and see if its as good as it looks.

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  12. We watched Katrina on Master Chef and always appreciated how real and authentic she seemed to be. It is great to see her doing what she so obviously loves!

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  13. I loved her on that show! My kids and I would love to meet her!

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  14. What a great opportunity! I love both recipes, and how healthy they are - plus she rocks! You guys look super joyful, so I can tell you had a good time. Way to cook!

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  15. I love that the ingredients are healthy. I need to go check it all out!

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  16. Definitely perfect Sunday! I love the awesome ingredients and I'd love to go to something like this.

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  17. Ok Jicama-Slaw sounds AMAZING! What a great experience.

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  18. Wow. That is awesome you both got to experience this. This sounds like a tasty event.

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  19. How fun for you! I always enjoy learning about new recipes. Sometimes I try them and sometimes I ask my husband to give them a try as he is better at some things.

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  20. This looks like so much fun, the jicama slaw sounds really tasty!

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  21. Sounds like a cool demonstration. I like that she did a healthy twist on comfort foods.

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  22. How fun! I think I would choke being on the spot like that. Hat's off to you!

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  23. That sounds like a fun and yummy experience! I would've loved to be there.

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  24. You ladies know how to have a fun day - sounds and looks like a grand time was had.

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  25. What a sweet encounter!! Wouldn't it be cool if they did become friends?! I love it!

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  26. I've never seen Master Chef but Katrina seems like a cool person. Those Jicama-slaw and Sloppy Joses look really good. Definitely something I would make

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  27. Aw I love that they were so happy to be doing it. Thanks for the site, I do love to try tasty new recipes.

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  28. Okay, now I'm jealous! I am such a Master Chef fan and watched Katrina last season make it almost all the way! What a great opportunity to watch her cook and try her food!

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  29. That is awesome. I love cooking demonstrations. Our farmers market in the city has a chef and then sometimes other chefs come in. There is a demo kitchen inside and they cook up some pretty good stuff. Farm to table type thing. So fun!

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  30. Wow how fun! I love cooking demos and love being able to get to try whats made. What a great time! - Jeanine

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  31. Super fun. I have never been to a cooking demonstration but now I totally want to go, I dig cooking shows and competitions and enjoy Master Chef

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  32. Cooking demonstrations are so much fun! I watched a couple at some conferences! I have started doing it on Periscope!!

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  33. Cooking demonstrations can be so fun! That does look like a great Sunday.

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  34. I love watching Master Chef too! How cool to watch her cook and get a picture!

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  35. I am a fan of Master Chef and Katrina was our favorite as well. This looks like so much fun!

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  36. This looks so cool. I love cooking demostrations because they inspire you to go home and cook

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  37. THis sounds like so much fun. I bet you picked up a lot of great tips.

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  38. I'm impressed with anyone who is on Master Chef to be under that pressure of Gordon Ramsay! Cooking demonstrations are fun, but eating the yummy food is even better!

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  39. This sounds like a great event. It is wonderful to be able to see a master do what they do up close and personal.

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