Catherine Giudici Reality star Catherine Giudici, 26, from ABC’s The Bachelor, is a freelance graphic designer by day who dabbles in food writing on the side, often writing about vegan food. We wondered at the beginning of the season how armadillo-eating Sean Lowe would feel about that! Actually, we don't have to wonder anymore - if it was a problem for Sean, he overcame it, because Sean and Catherine are engaged!
The Seattle born-and-raised beauty graduated from Roosevelt High School in 2004, Washington State University in 2008, and jumped right into an illustrious career in advertising, working for Seattle’s renowned Wexley School for Girls. Her career has basically been skyrocketing since then. She now works as a visual designer at Amazon. She’s not just a professional busy lady, Catherine is also a world traveler! Before her appearance on The Bachelor, Catherine traveled to Kenya, which helped instigate her interest in veganism.
Over the course of the season, Sean fell in love with Catherine's intelligence, beauty, and goofy sense of humor. Whether they eat steaks or tofu, whether they live in Los Angeles or Dallas or the Emerald City, Sean and Catherine will certainly have a life full of laughter and love! Meet Catherine and hear about her journey to find love on The Bachelor and her upcoming television wedding at the Southern Women’s Show on Sunday, April 21 at 1:00pm on the Fashion & Entertainment Stage.
Cooking for Couples with Chef Warren Caterson Warren Caterson is the author of Table for Two – The Cookbook for Couples, the perfect cookbook for young couples, empty nesters, and everyone in between. With his cookbook which features over 235 recipes made with fresh and readily available ingredients, dinner can be on the table in well under an hour, with a minimum of leftovers. He will demonstrate a temptingly delicious platter piled high with time-saving kitchen tips, helpful cooking hints, and recipes for two – all served with a side of garlic-infused humor and a steaming bowl of buffoonery.
Redskinsí Chef Mike Stevenson Chef Mike Stevenson is a celebrated cookbook author and the personal chef for the owner and players of the Washington Redskins. Previously, Chef Mike was the executive chef at Moshulu, Capital Grille and Le Cirque 2000. Watch as he prepares his signature Lobster Crab Cakes on the Celebrity Cooking Stage on Friday at 2:30, Saturday at 4:30 and Sunday at 2:30. He will also have copies of his cookbook, “A Way to a Woman’s Heart,” and his line of spices.
Kendra Bailey Morris Richmond, Virginia native Kendra Bailey Morris is a cookbook author and food writer who grew up learning to cook real-deal, down-home Southern-style food from her mother and her grannies in West Virginia. After attending the Institute of Culinary Education, she founded her business, The Accidental Chef, where she catered events and taught over 350 cooking classes for clients such as Sur La Table and Williams and Sonoma. She has also appeared as a culinary expert on The Learning Channel's, "Homemade Simple," where she co-hosted four episodes. Kendra is the author of "The Southern Slow Cooker: Big-Flavor, Low-Fuss Recipes for Comfort Food Classics" . Kendra currently hosts a cooking segment featuring Virginia grown produce, meats, dairy and seafood called "Heart of the Home" as part of the Virginia Farm Bureau's award-winning bi-monthly television show “Real Virginia.” She will be on the Celebrity Cooking Stage on Saturday at 3:30.
Reggie Littleton In 2002, Reggie Littleton, owner of Family Secrets Restaurant, brought his version of authentic Southern cooking to Richmond, Va., after pursuing a career in information technology for 17 years. A North Carolina native, Littleton serves up down-home dishes infused with know-how he gained from his mother, grandmother, uncles and aunts. He personalizes everything he cooks with creative touches, while maintaining traditions necessary in crafting food for the soul. See him daily on the Celebrity Cooking Stage.