Feast on This

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THE REALITY STARS

Kevin Sbraga
, who won the seventh season of Bravo’s Top Chef and $125,000 last year, opened his own restaurant, named Sbraga, in Philadelphia last month.


Three years ago Aaron McCargo Jr. won season four of The Next Food Network Star to get his own show on the network, Big Daddy’s House.

THE TEACHER

Holding office hours and preparing lesson plans are things all teachers do. But how many can say they taught ice carving or sauce making? That’s how Kevin Mitchell, chef instructor at the Culinary Institute of Charleston, spends his days. “I’ve worked in many different aspects of the industry, but now I have the opportunity to train future chefs,” says Mitchell, who is in his third year of preparing the next generation—16 students at a time—through culinary arts and regional cuisine classes.

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  • Angel

    Ryan, it is so GREAT seeing your heart for God, and spnaedirg His truth whether it is at LBCCS or elsewhere. I’m sure that over the last two years at LBCCS that you have been a big encouragement to people, but I am also totally convinced that as you move on into what God has for you in the future, that you will continue to be a GREAT blessing and encouragement to those who cross your path.

  • Bthina

    Wow, I can’t even find the words to express how tochued I am. I absolutely love it! The story you created through these photographs and the composition in which you have presented them has tochued my heart and once again I have counted my blessings. Not only have I thanked God for the blessing of my family shown in these pictures but, also for my family that made these beautiful images possible. Thank you, T2 and Sarah. However, Sarah IS in the pictures which I think is very cool!!!!!!! We love you both!

  • Yulie

    Ma’m, I’m new in cooking benagli food for my husband & as im living in australia, mostly i call my mom back in Bangladesh for any kind of recipes,instructions. but as im a born hindu married to a christian (Foriegner who seems to love the bangladeshi cooking style!!), my mom cant help me out with beef recipes (Not that she knows i cook beef at home haha) anyway i was looking online for a beef liver bhuna recipe for the last 3 hours & only now I found ur blog & I have a feeling this will b very helpful! thank u so mch for blogging these wonderful recipes here & a special thanks to ur children who help u put these recipes on ur blog.Best wishes,R