To wrap up this crazy year, we're going to celebrate the month of December with 3 big giveaways! We have teamed up with the Food Networks' own Vivian Chan to create 3 delicious recipes inspired by 3 of our most popular newborn gift set designs!
The fun starts this Wednesday, Dec 2nd, and will continue for the next three weeks. Each week we will be releasing a special HK-inspired recipe and giving away a matching gift set to a lucky winner...plus a few other surprises as well! Be sure to stay tuned on our IG accounts for more details!
About Vivian Chan @MissVivianWC & @SimmerDownwithViv
Vivian Chan is a native Brooklynite who has a passion to feed, teach and engage people with food. She is a staff Culinary Producer for Food Network, Discovery. She creates content for multiple digital platforms across Discovery brands and is the face of Food Network Kitchen. Today, she is the host of Cooking Channel’s newest baking show, Freakshow Cakes and Food Network’s Viv’s Tips, Let’s Eat, Kitchen Sink and Monday Bites. Vivian is also a recurring judge for Christmas Cookie Challenge, Beat Bobby Flay and Worst Cooks in America. Her newest project with Food Network is weekly cooking classes on the Food Network Kitchen App.
She is also the host of her very own podcast, Simmer Down with Viv. Each week, Vivian invites you to dive into a topic she is hungry for. There may or may not be a guest, but there is always a recipe dedicated to each specific episode. Also under the recipe tab, you will be able to find a wide variety of simple recipes especially madefor the home cook. Be sure to check outwww.simmerdownwithviv.com for more information.
Currently, she resides in Brooklyn with her husband, Jason and their two small dogs, Peanut and Coco Bean. Vivian is expecting her first child in early 2021 and already a huge fan of The Wee Bean!
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