Marcela to Take Over Twitter in a Special Saturday Morning Event

by in Community, Shows, February 28th, 2014

Marcela ValladolidAs you cozy up on the couch with your morning cup of joe and prepare to take in an all-new episode of The Kitchen on Saturday (at 11a|10c), log on to Twitter and follow @FoodNetwork, as there will be a very special guest sending out tweets that morning. The Kitchen’s own Marcela Valladolid is taking over Food Network’s account for the run of the show that day, sharing her insider perspective on filming as well as behind-the-scenes commentary.

The focus of this Saturday’s episode is on questions that you, the fans, have asked, and it will be up to the co-hosts to answer them on air in the form of easy-to-make recipes and go-to tips. With Marcela at the keyboard on Twitter this weekend, however, you can likely expect to find a few additional ideas, as she may be dishing out her own tried-and-true strategies for quick-fix meals and cooking for kids. Do you have a question for Marcela? Tweet it @FoodNetwork, and perhaps she’ll answer it online.

Don’t miss an all-new episode of The Kitchen this Saturday, March 1, at 11a|10c, and follow along on Twitter @FoodNetwork to hear from Marcela.

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Comments (7)

  1. I will have to watch! Thanks for the info

  2. Teresa says:

    Why is Jeff Mauro on your show, hes annoying and adds nothing, I will not continue to watch it

  3. Iulian says:

    With Marcela at the keyboard on Twitter this weekend, however, you can likely expect to find a few additional ideas

  4. Candy Elf says:

    I would love to watch may be i got new recipe for my Breakfast

  5. khan says:

    My favorite recipe was the hummus Katie had made!

  6. khan says:

    Love The Kitchen! I have a question. Some recipes call for random added amounts of thing like for example, a fudge recipe called for 2 cups and 2 tablespoons of cake mix, why the 2 extra tablespoons?
    [I am only 11 BTW! thxs!]

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