If you've ever watched Food Network for more than a minute, I'm sure you've seen Rebekah cooking up something southern for Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis to critique on their hit show, Food Network Star.
If you’ve ever watched Food Network for more than a minute, I’m sure you’ve seen Rebekah cooking up something southern for Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis to critique on their hit show, Food Network Star.
Rebekah isn’t anything new to cooking or blogging; as a matter of fact she’s been dishing up great recipes and delicious advice to the world via her blog, Some Kinda Good. Yes, that’s www.SomeKindaGood.com as well as is the food columnist for the Statesboro Herald which she’s done for the past 6 years.
She has found her way as part of the cast on many food and cooking shows such as ABC’s “The Tatse” with Anthony Bourdain and most recently onto Food Network’s “Food Network Star” which just aired the last episode of season 14 that Rebekah was a participant on.
Living in Savannah is exciting for Rebekah and the restaurants and foodie dives are and endless journey that she loves exploring. During the day, Rebekah works for Clark Creative Communications as Director of Communications overseeing a new brand that they are launching called, Make Savannah in which she works with “makers” consisting of artisans, creators, and designers to help build brands locally here in Savannah.
You can find all you need to know about Rebekah on her blog site, Some Kinda Good as well as keep an eye out for her here on Savannah Weekend. Who knows, maybe she’ll share a few of her secret recipes with us!