Carla Hall

Are you a real "foodie," or do you love the idea of rubbing shoulders with celebrity chefs whom you've been watching for
Whether the perfect balance exists or not, one thing is clear: it is all part of the journey. Decide what is most important to you and make it the priority. For me, balance happens when I am present; when I am having fun while still striving, and when I am able to marry my priorities with my passions.
And she hated it.
As part of Senior Hunger Awareness Month, I have invited by dear friend Carla Hall, co-host of the ABC lifestyles show "The Chew," to share this space and to share her message of cooking with love.
There has been a flurry of debate in recent years over the attention given to women chefs and restaurateurs -- from Food & Wine's women issue to Time's noticeably non-female "Gods of Food" article to the empowering Cherry Bombe -- but there is no monolith of opinions on the topic.
Food, according to Hall, is the biggest and best tent we can, and should, all gather under to digest the events of the day, share a laugh or three, and plan out a clever course for tomorrow.
When it comes to comfort food, Hall likes to widen the definition beyond just her favorite Southern classics.
By Lynn Andriani Turns out, even great cooks have those "How could I be so stupid?!" moments. Here's how Bobby Deen, Carla
With $5,000 and the title of SuperChef Kid on the line, the competition has the potential to get intense, but it never gets