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Emeril Wants To Help Solve Your Organic Food Dilemmas

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Attention all lucky residents of D.C.! Emeril Lagasse — host of Planet Green’s “Emeril Green” — is looking to help those confused, or even intimidated about how to cook healthy meals for their families. The famous chef wants to get you on the show and get you cooking green! From the article,

“On location at Whole Foods Market, Lagasse works with everyday cooks with real culinary challenges, enlisting the help of the knowledgeable team at Whole Foods Market and other experts to hand pick the best ingredients for every recipe, turning ordinary meals into extraordinary experiences. Faced with questions about quality, cost, taste and even some daunting food dares, Lagasse helps viewers conquer their culinary fears with an open mind and a healthy curiosity.”

According to Emeril, his new series will show how :easy and fun it is to cook with what’s fresh, tasty and in-season and find smart ways to make each day a little greener for you and your family.”

If you think you might need some rescuing — or just want to jam with Emeril in the kitchen, send your name, age, occupation and food dilemma to foodshowcasting@gmail.com

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