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Beth Le Manach
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Beth Le Manach has been cooking and entertaining for over 20 years. She grew up in a family that always entertained, and throwing together a last minute party, has always come naturally. She is a home cook that has refined her cooking skills by cooking, constantly; as well as producing over 500 episodes of food content for both cable and online networks.

She is inspired by her French husband and their many trips to France where she has learned how to cook his favorite French foods, directly from her in-laws. She is also an avid gardener and her extensive vegetable garden serves as the basis for many of her favorite recipes. Her mantra is “minimum effort, for maximum impact.” She lives in Los Angeles, with her husband and two children.

She is the host of “Kin Eats Entertaining.”

Entries by Beth Le Manach

How to Celebrate Halloween Like Grown-up

(0) Comments | Posted October 23, 2013 | 9:42 PM

Every year when Halloween rolls around, I'm reminded of my childhood. Growing up in Connecticut in the 1970's, Halloween consisted of homemade costumes fastened together with staples and tape (there were no Halloween superstores back then offering pint-sized versions of every character under the sun). If you wanted to be...

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How the French Macaron Stoked My American Pride

(0) Comments | Posted April 18, 2013 | 12:12 PM

Ah the French macaron. Those dainty little confections with their crisp outer shells and chewy seductive centers. They are a treat to behold, almost too pretty to eat.

But what was once a delicacy found only in upscale bakeries and the streets of Paris, has now become as ubiquitous as...

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Why Thrift Stores Are Littered With Fondue Pots

(0) Comments | Posted March 18, 2013 | 12:56 PM

A few months back while shopping for my daughter's elaborate Halloween costume, I found myself in several thrift stores. It was during one of these visits that something odd struck me. In each store, nestled among the crock pots and bad 1970s trivets, stood a lonely fondue pot.

It became...

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