Monday, December 10, 2012

500th Episode!!

Yesterday marked the 500th episode milestone on Laura In The Kitchen. I am overwhelmed by the love and support we have received from the very first episode. It means the world to us to have you all be so kind and encouraging throughout this journey and I know that with your continued support, we will be dishing out (no pun intended) tons more episodes. Here's to 'Laura In The Kitchen' taking over the world!! Haha, just kidding. For the big 500th I wanted to share a fun recipe and one that included one of my favorite ingredients in the world, Nutella. It comes as no shock to any of you that have been following me for a while, I am obsessed with Nutella, if I'm not eating it, I'm dreaming about when I will be eating it again, this thought consumes my mind at night (no seriously, it does). I also thought since so many people asked so nicely if my husband could make an appearance for the special episode, I thought I would do my best to convince him to come on just for a couple minutes. He was so nervous he was literally shaking and he almost didn't come on because of how nervous he was. He never realized he would feel so much pressure in front of the camera and when we were done (and I wiped the sweat off his forehead) he looked at me and said "I am so proud of you and I just have so much respect for you for putting yourself out there and sharing your passion with the world". These words almost brought me to tears. I know that he is proud of me but I am equally as proud of him. He helps me with LITK in every way and without him, it would not be possible. He is the brains behind the operation and he just completes me in every way. I'll stop with being so sappy, but what can I say, I love this man and he really is the sweetest thing in the world (Nutella and Kinder aint got nothin' on his sweetness). Check out the latest episode if you haven't already, until tomorrow my friends! 


I love this man! 

16 comments:

  1. Hey, I am from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I love your channel, especially for baking recipes. Best wishes from here all the way the other side of ocean...to you and your husband (such a supportive and shy one). Let's celebrate your next milestone - 1000 episodes soon. ^_^

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  2. The cheesecake looks amazing! What a sweet husband you have. I'm blessed to have a sweet husband too! Your husband did a good job in front of the camera. I would be nervous too with thousands of people looking at me. LOL!

    Thanks for all you do in the kitchen. Your meals are delicious and easy to make. Good luck with everything!

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  3. Congrats on the 500th episode of LITK Laura, and thank you for all the delicious recipes and inventive ideas you share with us on a daily basis! It helped me so much at the beginning of my cooking career =D Also, I wish all the joy and happiness for you and your husband and the love beyond life itself! Cheers! =)

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  4. I loved the 500th episode! it rocked. nutella rocks!

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  5. Hi laura I love your show I always used your recipe every single time I cook. congratulations for 500th episode i like the nutella cheescake recipe im looking forward to make it on christmas. It was nice of you too for showing us your hubby, he looks really nervous when you introduce him, you guys are such a cute couple. Thanks

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  6. Hi Laura, just to say that I really love your recipes and your charming personality! I have already learned a lot from you as a cook and have really enjoyed watching every episode of LITK. And now there's a blog, yay! Keep up the good work, you got a loyal fan here :) Wishing you and your lovely husband all the hapiness in the world, I send you much love from Ghent, Belgium

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  7. Congrats on reaching 500, Laura! And kudos to your husband for coming on camera even though you said he was really nervous. Wishing you guys continual success in the kitchen!

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  8. Congratulations, you guys are pretty awesome and mmmmmm Nutella...yessssss

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  9. hey laura i have a question i wanna make this nutella cheesecake for new years eve could i somehow incorporate some ferrero richer chocolates to this recipe? if so how?

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  10. Wish you all the happiness Laura! This touched me.. maybe because I too am blessed with a wonderful man for my life partner! Cheers to all good men out there!!

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  11. laura your story is touching brought a few tears to my eyes tears of joys for you and your
    husband, you are both good for each other and Blessed to have found each other. I think it's wonderful he stands by you and is involved in your passion they always say behind every successful man theirs a good woman I think the opposite is true here. you are a team and both full of sweetness I wish you both the BEST in all you do!!! keep those wonderful recipes coming :)

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  12. Dear Laura, My father always to marry an Italian woman. Just like a kid, I did not listen to him and married a Polish woman for a while. Now that I'm no longer married, I thought me and you could get together. I know you are married and love Joe. So what I was married and loved Laurie. We can start slow with a coffee meeting and then move up to taking the Jet Ranger to Nassau for a Conch salad and some Lalou Bize-Leroy Domaine d'Auvenay Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru, Cote de Beaune. Hell Joe can come to..............

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  13. Hi, I LOVE every recipe you have made and most of all I love your spirit and the dedication you put into food. I love to bake and you have definitely made that desire stronger that my husband calls me Nay in the Kitchen (it's so funny) I'm so excited to start making your recipes. I'm from Venezuela living in USA and i understand when you said that food just makes you feel like you were there. God bless you!

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