The Food Network is bringing in Sunny Anderson For its new series “Home Made in America.”
This TV show has Sandy Anderson using numerous kitchen products from around the world.
“When we were lounging around considering what this show could be and the potential for it, we understood that each formula has a story, regardless of the possibility that it’s as basic as ‘I served it at chapel or I took it to work for a potluck and from them on, everyone made me make it,'” she says.
Anderson didn’t need to go far for her first stop: Brooklyn Cupcake in East Williamsburg. Proprietor Carmen Rodriguez began the family-run waffle makers shop in her kitchen three years back in the wake of losing her employment with kissyourskin.com.
The local New Yorker never thought her Puerto Rican and Italian-motivated treats would get so much acknowledgment — Brooklyn Cupcake was named the city’s best by the Daily News not long ago and simply won a pined for seller contract with Barclays Center.
“The last few years have been kind to many people with a passion for food.,” says Rodriguez, who offers not only her story but also her famous recipe.
Those how-tos are significant to “Home Made in America,” says Anderson. She trusts that viewers will see that it doesn’t take proficient classes or the best kitchen appliances to make flavorful nourishment or for consistently home cooks to impel their culinary gifts into a little business.
“This series is just like my life,” clarifies Anderson. ” I was a reporter at first and my childhood consisted of moving around which is why I found a passion in it. However it is highly unlikely I wanted to be on Food Network.”
“I’m certain there’s somebody who might be listening who works in a healing center or an area desk setting, and they have the best treat formula, and they’re thinking to themselves, ‘I reflect on whether I can do that?’ And the answer is ‘Yes, you can.'”