Welcome to Scrambled Chefs!
We are so excited you stopped by to say hello! Stick around and check out some of our favorite recipes and tips for preparing delicious foods at home for your family. Our goal at Scrambled Chefs is to give you an inside look on how chef’s prepare foods for their own families. Taking the mystery out of recipes is our goal, and whether it is a basic comfort food recipe you grew up enjoying or a copycat takeout dish, we hope you enjoy what we share here for you to make for your family!
Our resident professional and home chef’s featured here:
This passion eventually turned into a full-time career in food blogging where she has continued since 2010. In recent years, her contributions can be seen on CraftCreateCook and here on Scrambled Chef’s where she shares easy meals with bold flavors that anyone can prepare in their home kitchen.
Katie is blessed to be the mother of Matthew and Cash, a bonus mom to Megan, and Nana to Aria. She currently resides in Michigan with her husband Larry, youngest son, and three cats, Gandalf, Gus, and Annie. When not in the kitchen, Katie loves visiting the beaches of Lake Michigan, reading true crime novels, or relaxing in front of a superhero movie with her family.
You can purchase her latest cookbook on Amazon – Mediterranean Air Fryer: 95 Healthy Recipes to Fry, Roast, Bake, and Grill
You may already recognize Fanny from her feature in Rachel Ray’s Great American Cookbook Competition in 2014. She has generously shared some of her favorite recipes with us and spends time weaving beautiful stories about foods into every recipe. We love seeing her latest creations and the fact that she has been so willing to allow us to feature them here.
In her riverfront town of Wilmington, Fanny currently runs her company, Fanfare, and specializes in food television, food writing, clever product-promoting videos for recipe-development partners, public speaking, blogging and sassy social media eats. Fanny also stars in weekly local cooking segments called Fanny in the Kitchen on WWAY, where she creates seasonal, locally based recipes.
In November 2016, Fanny’s on-screen dreams came to fruition when she was offered the position of co-host for the second season of Food Network’s popular series Kitchen Sink. Keep an eye out for Fanny in many episodes to come.
Her full bio on The Food Network
Chef Kimberly Houston
Chef Kimberly graduated with honors from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts and brings her passion to life with delicious desserts and pastries. Born and raised just outside Atlanta, Georgia, she brings the rich flavors of the south to every recipe she creates and shares here on Scrambled Chefs. When not in the kitchen, you will find Kim enjoying life with her children, nieces, nephews, friends, and family. For more information, check her out on her sites The Baking Mama or The Cookie Emporium.
An aspiring chef with plans to complete her education via the Culinary Institute of America at Hyde Park, her contributions include comfort food meals and kid-friendly recipes that will wow your taste buds. Developing her own unique spin on classic recipes has become a passion fueled by a desire to include farm to table produce and grass fed beef when possible to any dish. You’ll love the use of nutrient-dense vegetables and bright fresh fruit year round in every meal.
Long time recipe creator for a multitude of blogs, Sebastian typically is behind the scenes playing with new flavors. His expertise is in desserts including delicious chocolate and cake creations. With a focus on baked goods, his creations often include more detail and effort to create a perfect bite of food. We love seeing what new creation he shares next. Whether it be a simple classic cookie or an intricate souffle, his creations always please.