Sarah was the first winner of Ellie Keys’ cooking competition, and now she’s making sure her kids get to enjoy some of her favorite recipes.
Ellie Keys has invited her daughter, Sarah, to cook a special dinner for her family on the evening of July 16.
Sarah and her husband, Mark, will share a table with Sarah’s family, and will take turns serving up their favorite Ellie Keys recipes.
Sarah said she’ll be sharing a selection of Ellie’s favorites, but she won’t be sharing her own recipes because she knows her family will want to taste some of Ellie Key’s recipes.
Sarah said she plans to include a handful of Ellie recipes that are from the past year in her cooking classes.
“She’s going to be able to taste her own favorite Ellie recipes.
It’s just going to make for a really great experience,” Sarah said.
Ellis Key, who has a degree in cooking and culinary arts from the University of Minnesota, won the Ellie keys Cooking Competition last year.
The competition, which takes place at the Twin Cities’ Downtown Mall, features more than 100 entries from across the country and is open to children and adults ages 12 to 35.
Sarah, who works in the food industry, said Ellie Keys has a long history of cooking for people in need.
“Ellie has always been able to connect with people, and really connect with us.
She just makes it work,” Sarah told TODAY.
“She’s very compassionate and very loving.
She is the kind of person who can do so much for others, and I think she will be a really big inspiration to me and my kids.”
Ellie Key’s family is planning to host Ellie Keys at their home for a family dinner on July 16, but Sarah said her family has other plans for the evening.
“It’s a special occasion for us.
I’ve had so many family dinners and dinners with my mom and dad and friends.
I’m going to try to keep that tradition going,” Sarah added.
Sarah’s cooking class, entitled “The One-Handed Chef,” will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 pm at the Downtown Mall.
The event is free to attend and will include free samples from Ellie Keys, but participants will need to pay an additional $10 to reserve their table.
Sarah plans to have a few Ellie Keys leftover for the kids after dinner.
“We are going to have an entire plate of Ellie keys on the table.
I want them to be really happy that Ellie has made it this far.
I think they are going a little crazy with it,” Sarah explained.
Sarah is also looking forward to hosting Ellie Keys on a special “Ellie’s Challenge” episode of “The Bachelor.”
Sarah said the special episode of the show, airing on July 29, will include her daughter and the first two guests.
The contestants will each cook a single recipe from the cooking class and then will go head-to-head to see who has the best taste in cooking.
Sarah told NBC News that her daughter is so excited for the episode that she will prepare for the challenge herself.
“I am looking forward [to] cooking the Ellie’s Challenge for her,” Sarah revealed.
“We are excited to be on the show and see how she responds to the challenge.”