Celebrity Chefs Share Holiday Recipes: Chai Eggnog & More

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While many people have family favorite holiday recipes that they turn to each year, there are others who want to try something new. Whether they are adding it to their traditional dishes or creating a new holiday dining experience, it's something people can have fun with. Having tried-and-true family recipes that are easy and pleasing is the key to pulling it off.

"This is the time of the year when people have holiday meal gatherings and spend more time dining with others," explains Seema Sanghavi, founder of Cooks Who Feed. "Being able to try new recipes is always exciting and something for everyone to look forward to."

To help make this holiday dining experience tastier, the celebrity chefs who have partnered with Cooks Who Feed are offering one of their favorite family holiday recipes. This gives people a chance to consider some new items, but they can trust in the fact that they are recipes that will turn out great and leave people wanting seconds.

The celebrity chef holiday recipes that people won't want to miss this season include:

  • Art Smith. The executive chef and co-owner of several restaurants who coordinates and cooks for special events all around the world. Chef Art shares his recipe for Hummingbird Cake, which is one of Oprah's favorites and is sold at his Disney Springs restaurant.
  • Christine Cushing. An award-winning chef with TV shows broadcast around the globe, and a line of tomato sauces in Ontario, Canada. Chef Christine shares her family's recipe for a Greek version of lasagna.
  • Devan RajkumarHaving honed his skills under celebrated chefs, he also provides high-end catering, and he became a regular guest on Canada's hit show "Cityline."Chef Devan shares his favorite recipe for chai-spiced holiday eggnog
  • Chef Romain Avril. Best known for his appearances as a judge on "Top Chef Canada All-Stars,"he's a Michelin-rated chef who is a frequent guest chef on television shows. Chef Romainshares a recipe for his favorite way to use up leftover turkey, which will help reduce food waste. 
  • Seema Sanghavi. Founder the Cooks Who Feed nonprofit organization, she also has a passion for cooking and great food. She shares her favorite recipe for traditional chicken curry, which is sure to please.

"Dining is something that brings people together and creates lasting memories," added Sanghavi. "When you have great dishes, you are bound to help make those meals even better. We hope people will find at least one recipe they would like to try this season."

Cooks Who Feed is an organization on a mission to help feed those in need around the world. The organization has teamed up with celebrity chefs to design aprons for adults and kids. For each apron sold, 100 meals are provided to those in need. Thus far, the nonprofit has provided over 300,000 meals to hungry people around the world. They have a goal of reaching 500,000 meals by the end of 2021.

Each of the aprons offered are environmentally friendly, handmade through fair trade practices, and are sustainable. The apron for kids matches those made for adults. Every time an apron is sold, food waste is rescued and 100 meals are provided to those in need. The company does this by sharing its profits with its charity partners around the globe that rescue surplus food to reduce food waste and provide hunger relief.

Cooks Who Feed has launched a new part of their line of aprons, which are ones for kids. The new aprons come in three color combinations and two sizes, fitting ages 3-12. They are 100% 9oz cotton canvas, available in one size that fits ages 3-7 and one for ages 8-12. The aprons feature an adjustable neck strap, reinforced stress points, one double pocket below the waist, and a chest pocket. To see the aprons for children, visit the site: https://cookswhofeed.com/collections/child-aprons .

The company offers individual sales online, a retail line, and wholesale/corporate gifting options. The aprons are produced ethically in Dehli, India, where 40 women are employed to make them by hand. To get more information or help support the mission, visit the site at: https://cookswhofeed.com.

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