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Re: Presentations by Meredith Lawrence on Holiday Programs

I'm definitely not a cook (I cook, but it's not something I particularly enjoy).  But I started to watch Meredith's presentations and ended up watching them all.  In fact, I've recorded them so I can go back later and try some of the things she prepared

 

She was so relaxed and clear about the why and how.  I thought I might even learn to enjoy cooking!

 

 

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Re: Presentations by Meredith Lawrence on Holiday Programs

I caught a few myself and agree that she is a wonderful teacher.  Her instructions were clear and she gave helpful tips.  The demonstration of cheese grits sent me to my cabinet to get out our local grits and start cooking.  I LOVE cheese grits!Heart  Heck, I just love grits, period, especially shrimp and grits made with local grits and SC shrimp from the docks.  Yum yum!

 

Is there somewhere on QVC.com where we can watch them again?

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Re: Presentations by Meredith Lawrence on Holiday Programs

@katiescarlett

 

I saw the link in the reply from Carebear - I saw all the episodes there. Thank you carebear!

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Re: Presentations by Meredith Lawrence on Holiday Programs


@homedecor1 wrote:

@katiescarlett

 

I saw the link in the reply from Carebear - I saw all the episodes there. Thank you carebear!


Great!  Thanks for the info!  I saw the one for cheese grits and for split pea soup but that was it.

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alRe: Presentations by Meredith Lawrence on Holiday Programs

I also enjoyed watching Meredith's presentations... She is very patient and produces a great item.  Looking forward to more and thanks QVC for doing this to fill time.  

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Re: Presentations by Meredith Lawrence on Holiday Programs

Yes! We got home from our family .Christmas, and I flipped on the tv, looking fir something to relax with. I thought qvc might just have music or something, but Meredith was on, and she was great. Good info., which she always provides, quick pace but not rushed, and lots of inspiration thanks to her demonstrations and uccessful results. I found myself watching one recipe after another. She should have her own cooking show on pbs or the food network. Excellent. Warm, friendly, informative, and no hype.

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Re: Presentations by Meredith Lawrence on Holiday Programs

I enjoyed her too! I wish she had her own show on the Q.
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Re: Presentations by Meredith Lawrence on Holiday Programs

You can also check out the video on youtube.  The recipe was listed under the video titled:    How to Make Pizza Dough - The Basics on QVC

 

Enjoy!!!!

 

Published on Jul 5, 2016 (via youtube.com)

 

A simple pizza dough recipe. Blue Jean Chef Meredith Laurence teaches you how to make homemade pizza dough. Full pizza recipe below:

Basic Pizza Dough

Makes 6 10-inch pizzas

 

Ingredients:

4 cups bread flour, pizza (“00”) flour or all-purpose flour

1 teaspoons active dry yeast

2 teaspoons sugar

2 teaspoons salt

1½ cups water

1 tablespoon olive oil

 

Directions:

  1. Combine the flour, yeast, sugar and salt in the bowl of a stand mixer. Add the olive oil to the flour mixture and start to mix using the dough hook attachment. As you’re mixing, add the 1¼ cup of the water, mixing until the dough comes together. Continue to knead the dough with the dough hook for another 10 minutes, adding enough water to dough to get it to the right consistency.
  2. Transfer the dough to a floured counter and divide it into 6 equal portions. Roll each portion into a ball. Lightly coat each dough ball with oil and transfer to the refrigerator, covered with plastic wrap. You can place them all on a baking sheet, or place each dough ball into its own oiled zipper sealable plastic bag or container. (You can freeze the dough balls at this stage, removing as much air as possible from the oiled bag.) Keep in the refrigerator for at least one day, or as long as five days.
  3. When you’re ready to make your pizza, remove your pizza dough from the refrigerator at least 1 hour prior to baking and let it sit on the counter, covered gently with plastic wrap.
  4. Pre-heat the oven to 500ºF with a pizza stone or steel in the middle of the oven for at least 30 minutes prior to baking. Make one pizza at a time. Place a piece of parchment paper on your pizza peel. Press the dough into a flat disk and then pinch around the rim of the dough to create a crust. Use the back of your hands to pull the dough into a circle, rotating the dough as you do so. Place the dough on the parchment paper peel and top with your desired toppings. Cut the parchment around the pizza so that it just a little bigger than the pizza. Then slide the pizza onto the pizza stone or peel. Close the oven door and watch as the crust rises and the toppings brown and melt. The pizza should take 5 to 8 minutes.

 

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Re: Presentations by Meredith Lawrence on Holiday Programs

If you go to David's Recipes at QVC it shows all the recipes for all holiday presentations and many more by name.

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Re: Presentations by Meredith Lawrence on Holiday Programs

I did actually watch her on Xmas day and quite enjoyed her recipes. They were so easy and she has a great presence too. Didn't notice her blue kitchen except for the KA mixer; but then I watched only a few minutes.