Kate and Betsy visit with Kelsey Nixon about her 20 year career as a television cooking show host, the thrills and disappointments that have come along the way, and the exciting changes that are coming. Kelsey shares about her new weekly live cooking classes along with some of her favorite Best Bets.
Gestational Surrogacy with Kelsey Nixon: a deep dive into gestational surrogacy and Kelsey's message to "just keep going" when life gets hard
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My dear college friend and fellow broadcast journalism classmate from BYU, Kelsey Nixon is today's podcast guest. Kelsey is one of THE MOST successful students to come out of our graduating broadcast journalism class, as a contestant on Food Network Star season 4 to landing her own cooking shows with The Cooking Channel, regular appearances on The Today Show and Rachel Ray, publishing cookbooks and even creating an exclusive product line with the home shopping network, and now hosting her own show with BYUTV called Dinner Takes All. But today Kelsey and I talk about her journey with bringing babies into the world, her physical and emotional struggles that she went through with her first son's premature birth and second son who was also born prematurely and ended up passing away in the hospital. She opens up about her grief process and how she and her husband Robby decided to have their third child and now their fourth through gestational surrogacy. Today's episode is educational, inspirational and spiritual. I learned SO MUCH from Kelsey during this episode and I'm excited to share her story, wisdom and life experiences with you guys today too. Show Notes: Insta @kelseynixon blog https://www.kelseynixon.com/ Dinner Takes All TV show https://www.byutv.org/dinnertakesall Produced by Dear Media
Our Best Dinner Shortcuts—and Shortcut Dinners with Kelsey Nixon
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You guys, we did it! We’ve cleared up a long-standing kitchen debate: what’s the difference between “dinner shortcuts” and “shortcut dinners,” and which is more important. Because we know you’ve been dying to know. AND… not only did we finally get the job done, but we also enlisted special ops dinner expert, Kelsey Nixon. So we’re pretty sure our answer is definitive: They are, in fact, different, and you need both. Get the deets and also each of our favorite shortcuts — both kinds. This week’s episode is made possible by Banza Chickpea Pasta. —— VIST OUR SITE TO GET YOUR EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNT ON YOUR NEXT BANZA ORDER! —— See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It was just about a year ago that Kelsey Nixon was on the podcast for the first time, sharing about the devastating loss of her son, Leo. It was a heart-wrenching episode, but one of the podcast’s most listened to! Well, she’s back and she has an amazing update to give. For anyone struggling through a challenging time where it seems like the weight of stress, grief, or hopelessness will never lift, here is a beautiful example of how joy comes in the morning. She shares not only about the emotions of growing her family but also the logistics and process of having a gestational carrier. Fascinating! She is such an inspiration to me and I really appreciate her openness about this personal topic. Show Notes: Kelsey’s Cookbook Kelsey’s Kitchen Supplies on HSN Follow Kelsey on Instagram Connect with Jessica: Instagram//Facebook//Email: email@example.com
This week Snacky Tunes opens the Book of Mormon with cook and television personality Kelsey Nixon. From her early days of starting and starring in her own cooking show in college to moving on up to the Cooking Channel, she’s done it all. What is a fruit pizza? Herbs de Provence? How does a Mormon girl win a boys heart? Tune in to find out the answer to these questions and more! Later on Fletcher Johnson gives a live in-studio performance and discusses his years as couch surfer(which is how he met Greg & Darin) and his trajectory from punk to country.