Carol Parker hosts Frank Reiter of the "Frank about Food" blog as he whips up a delicious Irish cake, just in time for St. Patty's Day.
Frank Reiter prepares the pastry-encrusted dish full of mushrooms, and tasters declare it incomparable.
Carol's in the kitchen today with Superior Bakery and Bistro. This week she's baking up several yummy items you don't want to miss!
Carol welcomes Amanda Cupp to make a salad with locally-grown produce.
Carol Parker meets with Cheryle Finley in the kitchen to show us how to make quick and easy patriotic desserts for any 4th of July celebration.
Randy Allen and Bailey Stehm explain the fundraiser and how it benefits local kids who live in food-insecure environments.
Trish Reed of the Webb City Farmer's Market shows Carol how to make a delicious salad with fresh and local ingredients.
Carol welcomes manager Cheryl Bryan of the 32nd Street Papa Murphy's, who shows some of the unique take 'n' bake pizzas they offer.
Twyla Housh shows some of the restaurant's popular entre salads, and the amazing pie of the month.
Carol Parker is in the kitchen this week with Eileen Nicholes of the Webb City Farmers Market. The duo shows us how to pick the freshest produce and how to cook it just right. The family will be running to the dinner table with these tasty dishes!
Carol Parker learns how to make a simple flan recipe that will be a great end to any meal! The creamy caramel sauce over the silky custard is a real treat!
Carol Parker along with Cheryl Finley gives us a look at some great Mother's Day recipe choices.
Health recipes in honor of Colon Cancer awarness month
Carol is in the kitchen preparing fresh Papa Murphy's Pizza.
Tasty Tuesday October 19, 2010- Chocolate
Carol Parker is celebrating 35 years at KSN. Gary and TIffany had a chance to talk to her about all the changes she's seen. Click on the watch button to see the segment.
This is our second part of the celebration of Carol's 35 years at KSN. She is joined by dozens of her co-workers, friends and family. Click on the watch button to see the segment.
Carol shows us a few ways on how to save money at the grocery store. Click on the "watch" button to see the segment.
Carol showed off some of the baked goods avaialble at the Webb City Farmers Market. Click on the "Watch" button to view the segment.
Andy Cloud visited Carol to show off all the products they offer at Cloud's Meats in Carthage, MO. Click on the watch button to see the segment.
Carol welcomed Bethany Kiel from Wonderful things & isadora's Coffee shop in Joplin Click on the watch button to see the segment
Jane Ballard from the County Caboose showed Carol how to make quick and easy Apple Dumplings. Click on the watch button to see the recipe.
Cheryle Finley from the Joplin Globe showed Carol some sweet treats. Click on the watch button to see the video.
Bev Scroggins from the Area Agency on Aging gave Carol a quick and easy cookie recipe. Click on the watch button to view the video.
Carol welcomed the Butterfly Koffee Klatch of Joplin. Some of the items showcased included a bread bowl of soup and homemade sandwiches. Click on the watch button to see the segment.
Carol welcomed Suzy Shank from Shank Farms in Diamond, Missouri. She is also on the Missouri Egg Council. The two cooked Green Chili Casserole.
Carol welcomed Suzanne Charron from Suzanne's Natural Foods.
Carol welcomed Twyla from Big R's in Joplin. Twyla showed how to make a meaty salad and a delicious lemon pie.
Ilene Bates from the Webb City Farmers Market shows off some of the fresh produce available from local growers.
Carol welcomes Cheryl Finley from the Joplin Globe to showcase "Thanksgiving in July."
Carol welcomed Chatters to the kitchen to show off their lunch specials.
Carol showed off a summer salad with the Barton County MU extension.
One of Carol's favorite guests is the Egg Lady. The two show how to make an award winning breakfast dish.
Carol welcomed her husband Jack to show off an easy taco salad recipe.
Pam Lawrence from the Coner Deli in Joplin visited Carol to talk about their menu items.
Bev Scroggins from the Area Agency on Aging showed off recipes found in their monthly newspaper.
Carol Parker had Clouds Meats on from from Carthage, MO