Bay Area Home Chef Breathes New Life into Preserving and Celebrating Family Recipes.
Redwood City, Calif., Sept. 9, 2016 – San Francisco based home chef launches brand devoted to promoting heirloom recipes, cooking delicious meals at home and adding love to every recipe.
Radio personality, Molé Mama, launches new website and video blog that invites foodies to slow down and reconnect with friends, family and traditions through the preparation and enjoyment of homemade food.
Diving into her Latina roots she uses he r magical molcajete and other tools and techniques that make her food taste like grandma used to make back in Mexico. Along with her guest chefs, Molé Mama explores recipes and traditions from all over the world and the stories that keep them alive.
Molé Mama is calling everyone to return to their kitchens and to preserve their living and passed ancestor’s favorite recipes and stories for future generations. “We need to try and preserve our cultures and not just let those favorite recipes disappear forever. The common thread of every cherished family recipe is that they were homemade with love and that’s the real secret ingredient”, says founder Diana Silva. For many home chefs, cooking is their preferred love language and that’s why we cherish their recipes. Their love has the power to transcend an ordinary recipe into magic!
Molé Mama encourages everyone to preserve those precious recipes and the stories that make them special. She invites those whose recipes have been lost or have faded over time to subscribe to her YouTube channel, there are plenty of recipes and traditions to share and you just might be inspired to create your own because, “Every Recipe Tells a Story”.
About Molé Mama:
Before becoming a radio show host and video blogger, Molé Mama grew up on a farm on California’s fertile Central Coast and is no stranger to high quality produce, meats and dairy products. As a result, her recipes encourage the use of organic and local ingredients whenever possible.
Molé Mama was a Season 2 finalist on NBC’s Food Fighters and coined the phrase “Every Recipe Has a Story”. Her website, www.molemama.com, promotes creating and preserving family recipes and features guest chefs from a variety or regions and cultures.
Bay Area Home Chef Diana Silva Releases 'Molé Mama: A Memoir of Love, Cooking and Loss
Redwood City, Calif., May 11, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Available today, "Molé Mama: A Memoir of Love, Cooking and Loss," by Diana Silva, shares the intimate journey of her mother’s final thirteen months in this heartfelt love story. She cooks her mother’s heirloom Mexican recipes every weekend while Rose presides from her nearby hospice bed and completes taste tests to ensure that Diana has perfected her favorite dishes.
Rose also uses this precious time to help Diana understand the secrets to a good life, forgiveness, love, faith, and gratitude for every moment.
Diana hopes that her story will inspire readers to be courageous, present, authentic and vulnerable during their farewell journeys.
Throughout the e-book version, a reader can link to Molé Mama Recipes' YouTube channel to see Diana re-creating some of her sweet Mama Rose’s recipes including guacamole, crunchy tacos, mole, Spanish rice, Sonora enchiladas and so much more. Diana wanted to give her readers an interactive media experience that would help them perfect her mother’s recipes.
About Diana Silva:
Diana Silva is a San Francisco-based home chef, video blogger and radio host. Her Molé Mama Recipes YouTube channel celebrates family recipes, cooking delicious meals at home and adding love to every recipe. Diving into her Latina roots, she uses her magical molcajete, and other tools and techniques that make her food taste like grandma used to make back in Mexico. Along with her guest chefs, Diana explores recipes and traditions from all over the world and the stories that keep them alive.
Before becoming a radio show host and video blogger, Diana grew up on a farm on California’s fertile Central Coast and is no stranger to high-quality produce, meats and dairy products. As a result, her recipes encourage the use of organic and local ingredients, whenever possible.