From sneaking away for a warm cup of cocoa, to whipping up a sinful dessert for two; the busy chef, author and Iron Chef America judge knows the importance of taking a little “me”- and “we” time. She shares simple ways to add a little decadence to your day, including ways to jazz up a simple snack and tips on how to unwind with your Valentine. Candice also provides tips to creating anytime indulgences that will satisfy, without ruining resolutions. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, she also talks about how to cook up a sexy meal worth sharing- with your special person in the kitchen helping with the cooking!
Candice Kumai– celebrity chef, lifestyle expert and cookbook author!
In this video– and her brand new book Cook Yourself Sexy- she tells you how to have more fun in the kitchen whether it’s for you, your friends or a special WE time. It’s lots of fun and the book has reasonable to do recipes and great ways to get your significant other or date in the kitchen to help out.
Candice is currently a judge on Iron Chef America, 2x cookbook author and a food writer for Men’s Health & Women’s Health. Former model-turned-chef, Candice Kumai’s recipes are loaded with “Foods with Benefits”—like protein, fiber, and omegas.. Candice is a Top Chef alumnus, author of Pretty Delicious, contributor to the New York Times #1 bestseller Cook Yourself Thin and author of her new cookbook, Cook Yourself Sexy. Candice has been featured as a regular guest on shows such as; Dr. Oz, The Doctors, Today, Access Hollywood and the Nate Berkus Show. Candice’s mission is to help all of us ‘get real with our foods again.’ Through farm to table initiatives and going back to the soil, an understanding of where our food comes helps us all take better care of ourselves. Candice’s Cookbooks: Cook Yourself Sexy and Pretty Delicious are a call-to-action, teaching you how to nurture yourself and your family with recipes that get back to basics of cooking, just as Grandma did. A true believer in balance, Candice invites us to reclaim our health, bodies and minds by choosing the right foods and changing our minds about dieting.
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