Enter to win a set of cookbooks from Katie Workman on #RealMomsTalk, Thursday 3/3/2016 at 7pm CST

Join #RealMomsTalk on Thursday, March 3, 2016 with special guest, Katie Workman.

About Katie

Katie Workman is a cook, a writer, a mother of two, an activist in hunger issues, and an enthusiastic advocate for family meals, which is the inspiration behind her two beloved cookbooks, Dinner Solved! and The Mom 100 Cookbook.

Published in 2012, The Mom 100 Cookbook was Katie’s first book. It was nominated for an IACP award and selected by Cooking Light as one of the best 100 books of the past 25 years. In her new book, Dinner Solved!, Katie continues her ingenious fork-in-the-road approach to cooking for families—here are 100 recipes with easy variations so that everyone at the table is happy, including the cook.

Katie also writes the “Cooking on Deadline” column for AP, which reaches hundreds of thousands of readers a week. She also writes forEvery Day with Rachel Ray, The Wall Street Journal,, and her own The Mom 100 Blog, which won the BlogHer Voices of the Year award in 2013. She is as of October 2015 a regular columnist for and in early 2016, she’ll be writing monthly columns for Eating Well and Cooking Light magazines.

Katie is also a frequent guest on NPR’s All Things Considered.  She’s done television and radio satellite tours, taught cooking classes and performed cooking demos, participated in and hosted various food panels at conferences, works with GE as a brand ambassador, and been has featured in various national and local media, including the Today show, VH1, Big Morning Buzz Live, The Talk, The New York Times, Food & Wine magazine, and Parents magazine. She works selectively with brands and companies such as World Market Cost Plus and the National Frozen and Refrigerated Association as a spokesperson, and in the development of content and recipes.

In 2008, Katie co-founded, where she acted as editor-in-chief and established the popular Cookstr weekly newsletter.

Katie sits on the board of City Harvest, New York’s leading food rescue nonprofit, and for the past 20 years has been an active supporter of No Kid Hungry/Share Our Strength, an organization dedicated to eradicating childhood hunger. She lives with her pretty great husband and two hungry boys, and a delightful puppy in New York City. Their dining table can fit ten people, which often comes in handy.

 About #RealMomsTalk

#RealMomsTalk aims to gather moms of diverse backgrounds to discuss topics important to them as modern women and parents. Chats will cover everything from career, marriage and relationships, parenting, education, finance, home and lifestyle, cooking, fashion and much more. The underlying purpose of these Twitter chats is to empower moms and provide a supportive community with resources to help them succeed and reach their goals — whatever they may be.

On creating the #RealMomsTalk forum, Momma Cuisine Founder and television personality Johanna M. Cook said, “I want to use the positive power of Twitter and social media platforms to empower moms by creating a community of support and resources, where women can listen, share and relate to each other’s experiences. I want moms to know that they are not alone in their journey regardless of what stage of motherhood they are in.”

For 2016, one of Momma Cuisine’s goals is to take #RealMomsTalk on the road as part of her annual Food Tours and present moms across the country with special speaker panels, workshops and fun-filled days of connecting and empowerment.

About Momma Cuisine

Based in Chicago, IL and founded in 2009, Momma Cuisine, Inc. has been captivating audiences through its mission of bringing families across America Great Everyday Meals using simple ingredients and basic cooking techniques.

As the host of In the Kitch with Momma Cuisine, Johanna Cook’s warm and engaging personality has helped her become an internationally recognized and a regular on live television broadcasts. Momma Cuisine’s audience has become increasingly loyal and knowledgeable about the brand.

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