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Meet Chow and the Food Network's Aida Mollenkamp

Ask Aïda: Can You Show Us Around Chow?

Last week I had the wonderful opportunity to meet with Aïda Mollenkamp. A girl of many talents, Aïda is an editor and recipe developer at Chow, a home cook, a passionate fan of Slow Food, and host of the Food Network's new, interactive show, Ask Aida.

Aïda took time out of her busy schedule — the San Franciscan travels to New York twice a month — to give us a tour of the Chow test kitchen. Afterwards, Aïda and I sat down for a quick Q&A session.

To take a behind-the-scenes look at Chow, and find out more about Ask Aida, watch our exclusive video below.

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lexichloe lexichloe 7 years
Don't see her appeal, nor any reason to watch her show. BORING.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i think that she has the look that the FN needs to change the skew of it's viewers. i feel like they are trying to find new personalities that can boost the ratings and she might do it. i haven't had a chance to see her new show - but i will certainly try to tune in now that i know more of what she's about.
AmberHoney AmberHoney 7 years
Agree with haze - food is life in my book.
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