How to Prevent a Super Bowl Party Fail with Sara O’Donnell, Averagebetty.com on #kitchenparty
With Super Bowl around the corner, you’re bound to get overwhelmed with feeding a crowd and will likely screw it up. Join us this week on Kitchen Party (Thursday, Jan. 31st)… we’re chatting with the hilarious Sara O’Donnell, executive producer and host of the popular youtube cooking series Averagebetty.com about seven ways to completely mess up your party and how not to do them.
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BEFORE THE SHOW: Got something to say about planning your super bowl party? Or simply share what’s on your menu by weighing in below by posting a message. Or join our chat live Jan. 31st at 8pm eastern / 5 pm pacific while you watch our live-streaming show. Need super bowl recipes -visit BakeSpace.com
HOW TO WATCH THE SHOW: At 8pm Eastern / 5 pm Pacific on Thursday, January 31st, join us here and click on the video that will be added to this page about 20 minutes before the show starts. You can post to twitter on the right or post to facebook below if you have questions. Follow the conversation on twitter by using #kitchenparty or head over to Youtube.com/bakespacetv page. Can’t wait until this party starts! Once the show starts, please click on the video to start the video feed. The google hangout does not start automatically.
About our Guest:
Sara O’Donnell is the executive producer and host of a web series called Average Betty on Youtube. Average Betty videos and recipes create a positive environment for the exploration of all foods. From not-so-secret family recipes to the kitchens of James Beard Award winning chefs and all the morsels in between, Average Betty uncovers the treasures and chuckles that surround good food.