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Debbie Meyer

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Deb Meyer Creative

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Employment History

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Dennard Lacey and Associates


Affiliations

International Association of Culinary Professionals

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Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators

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Debbie MeyerIllustrator


storiesforchildrenmagazine.org

Debbie Meyer is a member of SCBWI.
She creates her fun and quirky artwork using Adobe Illustrator. Deb's clients include: Stories for Children Magazine, Wee Ones Magazine, Warner Press, Noodle Net, and Turf Monster Lawn Service. You can visit Debbie at her website: http://thelittledeb.blogspot.com Or email her at: debmeyer@tx.rr.comÂ


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Debbie Meyer is an every day gourmet who demonstrates easy and elegant cooking techniques and entertaining tips.
A cookbook author, Debbie has appeared on Good Morning Texas, Cookin' with Carol and QVC. She is also a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals and a freelance writer for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Dallas Morning News. Her energetic instruction and impressive yet uncomplicated recipes will make you want to join her in the kitchen. Debbie studied a year abroad in college on a scholarship from Kansas State University and traveled to ten countries over the course of a year. From country to country the foods were vastly different and exciting. Her interest for food continued to increase and she later went on to become a food buyer for a gourmet store. It was there that she learned, from customers' buying habits, how our busy lives are affecting the way we cook and entertain. In our fast paced society, people do not want to sacrifice the details that make dining a memorable experience. Debbie has learned to prepare in stages and through experience can quickly plan an impressive menu that balances taste, color and texture. Spending time with guests is more important to her than being in the kitchen. Debbie can present the information in a typical keynote presentation. Or for a more interactive experience, she can provide a cooking demonstration if kitchen facilities are available. For demonstrations, Debbie does all the preparations and the clients enjoy the food. A third option is for a "hands on" experience where the participants use their creativity and team unity as they assist in the preparation before sitting down to enjoy their culinary feats. In any of the presentations, you depart with recipes, new cooking skills and a memorable experience. Debbie can relate to an audience on many levels. Debbie's corporate background helps her to understand a broad audience and her world travels and experience with wine and foods make for an interesting and entertaining presentation.


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Debbie Meyer is an every day gourmet who demonstrates easy and elegant cooking techniques and entertaining tips.A cookbook author, Debbie has appeared on Good Morning Texas, Cookin' with Carol and QVC.She is also a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals and a freelance writer for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Dallas Morning News.Her energetic instruction and impressive yet uncomplicated recipes will make you want to join her in the kitchen.Debbie studied a year abroad in college on a scholarship from Kansas State University and traveled to ten countries over the course of a year.From country to country the foods were vastly different and exciting.Her interest for food continued to increase and she later went on to become a food buyer for a gourmet store.It was there that she learned, from customers' buying habits, how our busy lives are affecting the way we cook and entertain.In our fast paced society, people do not want to sacrifice the details that make dining a memorable experience.Debbie has learned to prepare in stages and through experience can quickly plan animpressive menu that balances taste, color and texture.Spending time with guests is more important to her than being in the kitchen. Her cookbook, Good Friends, Great Tastes provides balanced menus with wine selections and easy table decorating ideas.Debbie can present the information in a typical keynote presentation.Or for a more interactive experience, she can provide a cooking demonstration if kitchen facilities are available.For demonstrations, Debbie does all the preparations and the clients enjoy the food.A third option is for a "hands on" experience where the participants use their creativity and team unity as they assist in the preparation before sitting down to enjoy their culinary feats.In any of the presentations, you depart with recipes, new cooking skills and a memorable experience. Debbie can relate to an audience on many levels.Debbie's corporate background helps her to understand a broad audience and her world travels and experience with wine and foods make for an interesting and entertaining presentation.PRINT FRIENDLY VERSION


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Source: Debbie Meyer, Special Contributor to The Dallas Morning News


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