LOL, I never know where my friend Christy will show up next. A few weeks ago I went with her to Southern Living. I showed a few pictures and talked a little about it on Facebook. It is such a gorgeous place. The reason we went was so that she could film some cooking videos for a new series that Southern Living is launching called Quick Fix Suppers.
Then I open up my inbox and I had a press release about it!
You can watch the videos by going here: Quick Fix Suppers
I wanted to share it with all of you, I couldn’t be prouder of Christy and all she is accomplishing. She is also going to be on QVC Sunday! I am not sure of the time but I know it is a show called In The Kitchen with David.
SOUTHERN LIVING INTRODUCES VIDEO SERIES ‘QUICK-FIX SUPPERS,’
STARRING COOKBOOK AUTHOR AND BLOGGER CHRISTY JORDAN
Online Cooking Demos Offer Recipe Solutions and
Daily Time-saving Tips for Today’s Busy Cook
Series Complements New Column Based on Readers’ Questions,
Debuting in the June Issue, on Newsstands May 20th
New York, NY – Southern Living introduces “Quick-Fix Suppers,” a new video series starring
cookbook author and blogger Christy Jordan of Southern Plate, who demonstrates how to make
dinner in 45 minutes or less. To view, go to: www.southernliving.com/quick-fix
Daily time-saving tips accompany Jordan’s weekly 3- to 4-minute, how-to videos so people can
spend less time in the kitchen and more time around the table. The video series is a companion to
the “Quick-Fix Suppers” column debuting in the magazine’s June issue, hitting newsstands Friday,
May 20, and features new video content updated weekly.
“I’ve fallen hard for Christy’s pure Southern charm, not to mention her strawberry-pretzel salad and
other childhood favorites,” says Southern Living editor Lindsay Bierman. “She’s the real deal, a
busy mom who found her calling to cook and blog from the heart in a way that has inspired and
informed millions of readers and followers. Christy’s cooking demos make every meal seem
incredibly easy and fun.”
Readers can ask questions online at www.southernliving/quickfix or on Facebook. Southern Living
Test Kitchen Specialist Vanessa McNeil Rocchio, herself a busy mom, will develop weeknight
menus based on reader requests. Videos online at launch include: Quick-Fix Tacos, Pasta, Speedy
Scampi and Chili.
Jordan is the author of Southern Plate: Classic Comfort Food that Makes Everyone Feel Like Family,
featuring easy, no-fuss Southern recipes. Her unique way of sharing classic Southern dishes, along
with her heartfelt stories, has drawn more than 43 million viewers to the Southern Plate blog
www.southernplate.com, since its inception in 2008. Jordan is the mother of two and lives with her
husband in north Alabama, where her family has resided for more than nine generations. Her blog,
Southern Plate, can be found on www.southernplate.com.
Jordan joins the ranks of many notable experts collaborating with the Southern Living brand,
including fellow foodie Austin-based food, travel writer and cookbook author Paula Disbrowe;
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Rick Bragg who pens the brand’s back-page essay, “Southern
Journal,” style expert Eddie Ross; gardening expert James Farmer; and Dallas-based lifestyle
expert and author Kimberly Schlegel Whitman.