Dear Family, I’m excited to share my big news with you today and hope you’ll be as excited as I am. This doesn’t change anything with regards to SouthernPlate.com, but we will probably end up setting a few more places at our table!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, September 20, 2011
POPULAR FOOD BLOGGER CHRISTY JORDAN
NAMED EDITOR-AT-LARGE AT SOUTHERN LIVING
Jordan Is the Face of “Quick-Fix Suppers,” Online Cooking Demos
Featuring Time-Saving Tips and Recipes for Today’s Busy Cook
This Mom-of-Two Will Represent the Brand on TV and Appear at the
Southern Living Taste of Charleston Festival on October 8 and 9 in Mt. Pleasant, SC
New York, NY – Southern Living named Christy Jordan, popular food blogger at www.Southernplate.com and cookbook author, an editor-at-large. Jordan is the face of “Quick-Fix Suppers,” a video series on www.southernliving.com, where she demonstrates how to make dinner in 45 minutes or less. She will also represent the brand on television on food-related segments.
Daily time-saving tips accompany Jordan’s weekly 3- to 4-minute, how-to videos so people can spend less time in the kitchen and more time around the table. The series is a companion to the “Quick-Fix Suppers” column in Southern Living. To view, go to: www.southernliving.com/quick-fix
“I love Christy’s easygoing approach to mealtime—keep it simple and Southern, without too much fuss, and make it special by taking the time to share it with others,” said editor Lindsay Bierman. “Following her inspirational tweets and posts has become a secret addiction of mine. Her natural talent in the kitchen, behind the camera, and as a multi-tasking, multi-media mom has attracted an army of devoted fans, including me.”
Readers can ask questions online or on Facebook at www.southernliving.com/quick-fix and the Southern Living Test Kitchen will develop weeknight menus based on reader requests.
Jordan will also be among the presenters at the Southern Living Taste of Charleston on October 8th and 9th in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Southern Living is partnering with the Charleston Restaurant Association on this two-day festival celebrating Lowcountry cuisine. For more information, go to: Taste of Charleston.
Jordan is the author of author of the cookbook, Southern Plate: Classic Comfort Food that Makes Everyone Feel Like Family. Her unique way of sharing classic Southern dishes, along with her heartfelt stories, has drawn more than 43 million viewers to her Southern Plate blog since its inception in 2008. Jordan is the mother of two and lives with her husband in north Alabama, where her family has resided for more than nine generations.Yum