Cat Cora's Que) at the Macy's signature kitchen. It's a global barbecue with a great selection of her signature sauces - I'll have to go back to try some more!
Iron Chef America." One of her mentors that I'm envious about is Julia Child who gave her advice to pursue her dreams - her culinary degree was from CIA in NY.
This isn't your grandmother's typical dessert of Ambrosia. This was Cat Cora's version "Grapefruit and cherry ambrosia with honey cream." It was absolutely heavenly - the nutty walnuts, freshly toasted coconut and fresh ruby red grapefruit, fresh cut pineapples and freshly pitted bing cherries - it was a perfect ending to her taco meal.
Afterwards, we got our cookbooks signed by her and I was able to talk to her one on one. I asked her about her famous mentor, Julia Child. What was the best advice that she gave you because I'm a fellow foodie and cook as well? She told me that "to follow through and just work hard. It's that easy - just follow your dreams." She gave me a hug and told me to not give up.