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Stop Pretending You're On the Food Network and Cook Like It

In Partnership with Food Network Kitchen Inspirations

We talked to Sam from GA and here’s what she had to say:

If Sam Had A Food Network Show
My show would be called Spice it Up With Sam! And we would learn about the spice elements of different ethnic cuisines. I would make it part travel, part history, and part challenge.
Her Experience Making The Food Network Kit…
The Food Network Kit had clear instructions and I appreciated the inclusion of a recipe card with pictures. The steps were clear and easy to follow. However, I did feel like I had extra water in my pan after the allotted cooking time and had to cook it for about five minutes longer. Overall it took me about 40 minutes from first opening the box to sitting down to eat.
Sam’s Thoughts On The Flavor…
I purchased the Chicken Rice and Beans Food Network Kit which had a mild chipotle flavor and good texture. I enjoyed the different textures in the meal and the smokiness of the chipotle sauce. I liked that you could change things up by adding your own different toppings.
Why She’d Make A Food Network Kit On Her Show
I think this would be a great recipe to use on my Spice it Up With Sam Show because we could investigate the origins of the chipotle pepper and its unique properties. This would be an easy take-home recipe that my viewers could participate in themselves.
Food Network Kits are in an easy way to jazz up dinner and learn new recipes.

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In exchange for their feedback, the author of this article was reimbursed for the product. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of Food Network Kitchen Inspirations.

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