‘The Debutante Farmer’ Elizabeth Heiskell Dishes Big-Game Tips – Interview

‘The Debutante Farmer’ Elizabeth Heiskell Dishes Big-Game Tips – Interview

Whether you’re a football fanatic, casual viewer or someone more interested in the commercials and the Halftime Show, the Big Game on Feb. 2nd is the most anticipated party day of the year. Over 100 MILLION Americans will be glued to their sets and seats on this day…watching, eating and cheering with family and friends. But how do you make sure that everyone has a good time at your game day gathering?

Please join me in a recent interview with Elizabeth Heiskell, Chef, Cookbook Author, ‘Debutante Farmer’ and TODAY Show national food contributor, as she shares her failproof tips for preparing a winning food spread and how to make sure everyone – INCLUDING THE HOST – enjoys the festivities while watching the biggest game of the year.


·       Apps & Small Bites

·       The Main Menu

·       Décor and More

·       Sideline the Stress

·       Time-saving shortcuts

See the entire interview here:

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About Elizabeth Heiskell

Elizabeth Heiskell was born and raised in the Mississippi Delta. With her passion for food, fun, and adventure, she started her culinary journey at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. In 2011, Elizabeth moved from the flatland to the hills of Oxford, Miss. There, she and her husband, Luke, run Woodson Ridge Farm with a little help from their three girls. With over 25 years of experience, Chef Heiskell has prepared food for such notables as the Duchess of York, Former Vice President Al Gore, Chef Thomas Keller, Priscilla Presley and the governors of Mississippi, Texas, and Arizona. Elizabeth is the popular “TODAY Show” Food Contributor on NBC and appears regularly on other national TV shows as well as national magazines and newspapers. Her best-selling cookbooks, “What Can I Bring” and “The Southern Living Party Cookbook, are available at Amazon and her newest cookbook, “Come On Over,” comes out in 2020.


This interview is provided by Farm Rich

Cynthia Tait

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