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    Chef Carla Hall to Open First Restaurant

    Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen Launches on Kickstarter
    Asking for Fan Support to Open in NYC by Spring 2015


    Chef Carla Hall



    The time has come: Chef Carla Hall is opening her very first restaurant, a comfort-style Southern eatery in New York City!

    Carla Hall, a veteran of Bravo’s Top Chef and most recently a co-host on ABC’s popular lifestyle series The Chew, plans to open the Nashville-inspired “spot next door,” Carla Hall's Southern Kitchen in Spring 2015. Featuring slow-cooked, fast-served food, Hall is bringing Nashville “hot chicken” to the Big Apple before expanding to other locations.

    “For years, fans asked me when I’d finally open a restaurant,” says Carla. “And the time finally feels right. I grew up in Nashville and learned to appreciate good food from my grandmother, Freddie Mae. I knew I had to honor her and my Southern roots by bringing Nashville’s hot chicken to New York.”

    So what exactly is Nashville hot chicken? It’s a unique twist on southern fried chicken, traditionally fried in an iron skillet and then tossed in a spicy cayenne paste. Slow brined, brushed with Carla’s secret hot oil recipe, and crisped to perfection.

    Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and truly shine the spotlight on Sunday Supper. Aside from the finger-licking hot chicken, mac and cheese and home made sweet tea, another highlight of the New York City location will be Freddie Mae’s Provisions, an adjacent general store featuring authentic Nashville vendors.

    Now, Carla is excited to engage her fans with a Kickstarter campaign to help make the restaurant a reality. “This is my love letter to Nashville, but also to my fans. I wouldn’t be anywhere without them. For anyone who’s ever asked where they could try my cooking -- this is for you! I just need a little help to get started.”

    The Kickstarter campaign will run from September 24th through October 29th with the hopes of raising $250,000 for the restaurant’s kitchen. Supporters of Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen can expect everything from their name on the Founders Wall that will live in every restaurant or an invite to a private event at the restaurant to a home-cooked Sunday Supper or the chance to spend an entire day with Carla.

    In addition to help from fans, Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen will also team up with Drexel University’s Center for Hospitality and Sport Management. In this unique partnership, culinary and hospitality students at Drexel will work alongside Hall and her team to learn every aspect of opening a new restaurant, including developing and testing menu items, analyzing food costs, and helping to hire the restaurant team.

    “It’s going to be absolutely delicious. So, do drop in!”

    To learn more, visit Carla Hall’s Kickstarter page: http://carlahall.com/kickstarter

    About Carla Hall
    Carla Hall is a co-host of ABC’s popular lifestyle series “The Chew,” seated alongside restaurateurs and “Iron Chef America” stars Mario Batali and Michael Symon, entertaining expert Clinton Kelly and health and wellness enthusiast Daphne Oz. Hall is best known as a competitor on Bravo’s “Top Chef,” where she won over audiences with her fun catch phrase, “Hootie Hoo” and her philosophy to always cook with love. Hall is the owner of Carla Hall Petite Cookies, an artisan cookie company that specializes in creating sweet and savory “petite bites of love.” Her approach to cooking blends her classic French training and Southern upbringing for a twist on traditional favorites. She is committed to health and balance in everyday living. Her newest cookbook, Carla’s Comfort Food: Favorite Dishes from Around the World will be published March 25, 2014, and her first cookbook, Cooking with Love: Comfort Food That Hugs You, was published in November 2012 and recently re-released in paperback.

    A native of Nashville, TN, Hall received a degree in Accounting from Howard University, but traveling through Europe awakened her passion for food and inspired a new career path. She attended L’Academie de Cuisine in Maryland where she completed her culinary training, going on to work as a Sous Chef at the Henley Park Hotel in Washington, DC. She also served as Executive Chef at both The State Plaza Hotel and The Washington Club, and has taught classes at CulinAerie, Sur la Table and her alma mater, L’Academie de Cuisine. Hall is a true believer that, “If you’re not in a good mood, the only thing you should make is a reservation.” She lives in Washington, DC with her husband, Matthew Lyons, and stepson Noah.


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    (BPRW) Television Celebrity Chef and Motivational Speaker Chef Jeff Henderson to Release Self-Help Book IF YOU CAN SEE IT, YOU CAN BE IT: 12 Street-Smart Recipes for Success

    (BLACK PR WIRE) – In his latest book, If You Can See It, You Can Be It: 12 Street-Smart Recipes for Success (SmileyBooks ISBN: 978-1-4019-4060-7, November 4, 2013), Chef Jeff Henderson, New York Times best-selling author of Cooked: My Journey From the Streets to the Stove and America I AM Pass It Down Cookbook, shares two decades worth of life lessons gained on his redemptive journey from drug dealer to celebrity chef and nationally acclaimed speaker.

    Chef Jeff Henderson
    If You Can See It You Can Be It Book Cover


    Henderson reveals his secret ingredients—fast-paced recipes for going from being a “have-not” to one of the “haves.” With his “12 Street-Smart Recipes,” he shows readers how to move in the world successfully through his formulas for transforming a crystal-clear vision into a set of precise goals that become bulletproof action plans for turning dreams into reality.  “In life, there are street-smart people and there are book-smart people,” he writes. “Book-smart people may have the top-notch educations, but many have no idea how to apply what they’ve learned in the real world effectively. Street-smart people are the opposite: without formal education, they know what’s going on, how the world works, and how they can make it work for them in their own unique way.”   Chef Jeff assures readers that with his recipes in their must-have “hustlepreneur” toolkit, they can get to the top quicker than they ever thought possible.

    Chef Jeff has devoted himself to mentoring and motivating at-risk and vulnerable Americans, and his remarkable achievements and inspiring presentations have made him a sought-after speaker for tens of thousands of individuals each year at conventions, conferences, and seminars.

    With 12 inspiring and pragmatic “ingredients,” If You Can See It, You Can Be It: 12 Street-Smart Recipes for Success offers readers the utensils to drill down to the core of their dreams. By helping readers to discover their hidden business aptitudes, the book equips them to make life-changing decisions and secure personal and professional success. Whether they are “have-nots” suffering from generational or situational poverty or “lost-a-lots” knocked out by the economic recession, readers will learn something from Chef Jeff’s unique perspectives on the virtues of self-knowledge, hard work, determination, and leverage in the real world.

    If You Can See It, You Can Be It: 12 Street-Smart Recipes for Success includes:

    1. The Self-Controller
    2. The Sacrificer
    3. The Knowledge-Jacker
    4. The ESP-er:
    5. The Gambler
    6. The Gab-Master
    7. The Chameleon
    8. The Crew-Master
    9. The Winner
    10. The Last-in-Liner
    11. The No-Strings Giver
    12. The Shot-Caller


    Contact Information
    For interviews, please contact:
    Thysha M. Shabazz
    757-450-3655
    thysha@shabazzcommunications.com
    or
    Jamila Cummings
    917-288-9857
    jamila@shabazzcommunications.com


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BLACK - AFRICAN AMERICAN CHEFS
   

  1. Aaron McCargo, Jr. ...
    Aaron has his own cooking show, 'Daddy's House,' on The Food Network.
    http://www.aaronmccargo.com/

  2. Alex Askew ...
    Chef Alex Askew works as a freelance chef, writer, and restaurant consultant with clients in the US, Japan, Holland, and France. He has worked in food research, development, and consulting for companies like General Mills, Hilton Hotels, Specialty Restaurants, and a host of private clients.
    http://www.cookingschools.com/interviews/alex-askew/

  3. Augustus Jackson ...
    Augustus Jackson: African-American White House Chef.
    http://www.superchefblog.com

  4. Bryant Terry ...
    Bryant Terry is an eco chef, food justice activist, and author of Vegan Soul Kitchen (VSK): Fresh, Healthy, and Creative African-American Cuisine.
    http://www.bryant-terry.com/

  5. Castle's Catering, LLC ...
    Personal Chef, Caterer, and Meal Delivery Services specializing in Creole and Southern food Servicing Westcoast USA.
    http://www.castlescatering.com/

  6. Chef Emanuel ...
    Whether you are a novice or the most experienced of cooks, I will teach you how to prepare the most amazing meals you have ever tasted.
    http://chefemanuel.com/

  7. Chef Joe Randall ...
    Savannah Georgia cooking classes taught by Chef Joe Randall in beautiful Savannah GA.
    http://www.chefjoerandall.com/robert-lee.htm

  8. Chef Rick's Soul Food Recipes ...
    Southern regional, Cajun, and home cooking. Traditional Southern recipes. How-to articles, humor, and food trivia by a Southern chef and food writer.
    http://www.chefrick.com/

  9. Derrick D McCorkle ...
    Chef Derrick McCorkle (Ice man) among the most talented in the industry. It would be our pleasure to put his extensive experience 17 Years as a Awarding Winning Executive chef in the Cuilnary industry.
    http://pottershouseicecreation.vpweb.com/

  10. Desserts By Dana ...
    Led by Chef Dana "Sugar Daddy" Hebert, We are Delaware's King of Cake and featured on TLC, Wetv, ABC, NBC and Essence. <
    http://dessertsbydana.com/

  11. Edna Lewis ...
    The Grande Dame of Southern Cooking.
    http://gourmetfood.about.com/od/chefbiographi2/p/ednalewisbio.htm

  12. Hoover's Cooking Something Good ...
    The different flavors on this chef's menu are representative of the many cultures and people who make up the great state. located in Austin, TX.
    http://hooverscooking.com/

  13. Jeffrey Henderson ...
    Former drug dealer has culinary success.
    http://www.sptimes.com/2002/11/03/Columns/Former_drug_dealer_ha.shtml

  14. Leah Chase ...
    Leah Chase is co-owner and chef at New Orleans' landmark restaurant "Dooky Chase."
    http://www.globalgourmet.com/food/egg/egg0197/chase.html

  15. Leon West ...
    Member of Chef Hall of Fame.
    http://www.chefjoerandall.com/leon-west.htm

  16. Marcus Samuelsson ...
    I’ve always had a big love for the kitchen or dining room table – it’s where all the good stuff happens. Dinner parties, long breakfasts, important conversations…you name it!
    http://www.chefmarcussamuelsson.com/

  17. Patrick and Gina Neely ...
    Patrick and Gina Neely : Food Network.
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/patrick-and-gina-neely/index.html

  18. Robert W. Lee ...
    Member of Chef Hall of Fame.
    http://www.chefjoerandall.com/robert-lee.htm

  19. Ron Duprat ...
    Born and raised on the island of Haiti, Chef Ron began his culinary career at the early age of 16. After winning the National U.S. Skill Olympic Gold Medal in the Vocation Industrial Clubs of America competition despite being only 17 years old, he used his talents and enterprising personality to begin a culinary career and education that is still flourishing today.
    http://www.chefronduprat.com/bio

  20. Stanley Jackson ...
    Member of Chef Hall of Fame.
    http://www.chefjoerandall.com/stanley-jackson.htm

  21. Sunny Anderson ...
    Female chef Sunny Anderson.
    http://www.sunnyanderson.com/

  22. Super Chef ...
    George Washington Story: Hercules the Slave Chef. Super Chef is an online magazine that follows the careers, empires, trends, media, and brands of super chefs in America and abroad. Super Chef publishes cookbook and other reviews each Wednesday and a Food Flick each Friday.
    http://superchefblog.com

  23. Wayne A. Johnson ...
    Executive chef Andaluca restaurant seattle.
    http://www.starchefs.com
















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