Thanks to all of you who voted for my video for the KTEH Cooks with
Garlic Contest. I don't think I ever followed up, but I was chosen as
one of the winners and was on the show live last night. (In fact, in the
contest itself I came in second in all categories, thanks to you:
Amazingly (or not), my dish is the only one that's vegetarian OR vegan,
except for one woman who makes a garlic relish, and at the end of her
demo, she recommends serving it with "meat." I was thrilled to be
"representing," but it would have been nice if they had a variety of
non-"meat" dishes. Anyway...
Even if you didn't catch the show, I'm hoping you would consider writing
and telling them you really loved the segment of the woman who did the
Garlic and Greens Soup. Tell them it was really fun and upbeat and you
want to see more of her (um, me). :) Encourage them to actually produce
a vegetarian cooking show and tell them I'd be a great choice as the
host. It doesn't have to be a long letter, but it would be great if they
heard from a lot of people telling them they preferred the vegetarian
segment over all the meat!
Their email address is Programming@...
. I would so appreciate it
if you took a few minutes to encourage them to have me on again.
Thanks so much!
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