Kyle Nottingham, chef and partner of Prep & Pastry, Commoner & Co., and August Rhodes Bakery, is making an appearance on “The Kelly Clarkson Show.”
Chances are, you’ve eaten some of the food he’s whipped up in the kitchen, but now he’s getting an opportunity to spread his culinary knowledge nationally.
You can catch him instructing a Zoom cooking class with Kelly Clarkson on Thursday, October 22 at 2 p.m. on KGUN9/ABC.
“They’re doing a ‘restaurant revival series’ and it’s showcasing how different restaurants are getting through the pandemic and trying to keep their doors open,” said Nottingham. “So they reached out to us to showcase the Zoom classes that we’ve been doing.”
It’s possible you’ve attended one of his virtual culinary classes with Flying Aprons Tucson. On Tuesday, October 27, Nottingham will be shining some light on his family’s heritage and offering sweet recipes from his Nana Connie Catalano, and also what she cooked with her mother, Great Nana Clara Flores.
“My experience was fun because I got to teach Kelly how to cook one of our signature dishes. I show her what we’ve been doing for guests in Tucson.”
The Grammy-winning artist and American Idol’s first champion, Kelly Clarkson, has been hosting the show for a little over a year now, and it features celebrities in film, television, and music; as well as emerging new talent and community heroes.
For more information, visit kellyclarksonshow.com.