Thursday, January 13; 3p.m. EST   #ChangingTheWayWeSeeBlindness

The Cooking Without Looking TV Show Welcomes the Executive Director of the American Council of the Blind, and His Family for their First Episode of The NEW Year! 

The Spicy Roast Chicken Recipe is below if you would like to cook along with the Bridges!

Thursday, January 13; 3p.m. EST   #ChangingTheWayWeSeeBlindness

The Cooking Without Looking TV Show Welcomes the Executive Director of the American Council of the Blind, and His Family for their First Episode of The NEW Year! 

As the Executive Director of the American Council of the Blind, Eric Bridges oversees an organization that has fostered the independence of people who are Blind/Visually Impaired for 60 years.  

Now, on Thursday, January 13; 3p.m. Eric, his wife, Rebecca, and their two children will appear on The Cooking Without Looking TV Show Family Edition!  Hosts Allen Preston and Annette Watkins welcome their family as they prepare Eric’s favorite recipe, Spicy Roasted Chicken Legs which is what Rebecca prepares for him at least once a month.   Check out Eric’s recipe on our website www.cookingwithoutlookingtv.wordpress.com 

Here is the link to be in the Virtual Audience: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87689716546?pwd=NnU5RVBHY3ZZM2ZKaU10WmxadDFydz09

Eric began going blind from the age of two, and has been totally blind since high school.  Rebecca, his wife of 14 years is also Blind.  Their two young children are sighted.  Find out what parenting a 2-year-old and a 7-year-old is like when you and your spouse are both Blind.

Hear Eric speak about his Blindness Journey on our Cooking Without Looking podcast:

https://cookingwithoutlooking.podbean.com/e/eric-bridges-exec-dir-american-council-of-the-blind-spicy-roasted-chicken-legs-the-cooking-without-looking-tv-show-podcast/  available anywhere you get your podcast.

“The pandemic has actually proven to be a catalyst for growth,” says Ren’ee Rentmeester, Creator/Executive Producer of The Cooking Without Looking TV Show. “We’ve had to shoot it on ZOOM which meant we could feature blind people and organizations from all over the world which we couldn’t do in the TV station.”

“We’ve featured Blind/Visually People and organizations from South Africa, Barbados, Guyana, South America; Trinidad and Tobago; and London, England,” says Ren’ee.  “People from more than 24 countries have listened to our Cooking Without Looking Podcast and TV Show.  We’ve got two upcoming shows in Jamaica and St. Lucia. This is in keeping with our mission: #ChangingTheWayWeSeeBlindness

Past Cooking Without Looking TV Shows can be seen on our Cooking Without Looking YouTube Channel.

“Right now, we’re looking for a forever home either on a streaming service or TV network,” says Ren’ee. “And, you know, like any TV Show, we’re always looking for sponsors.”

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For more  information, please contact 305.200.9104.

Eric Bridges’ Spicy Roasted Chicken Legs

Ingredients

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2 sticks butter

Juice of 2 to 3 lemons

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon black pepper

1 teaspoon cayenne pepper

4 cloves garlic, minced

24 whole chicken legs

  1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F. Line baking sheets with foil.
  2. Melt the butter in a saucepan. Add the lemon juice, salt, black pepper, cayenne and garlic, and stir. Set aside.
  3. Rinse and pat the chicken legs dry. With metal tongs, dip them one by one into the butter mixture and place on the prepared baking sheets.
  4. Once all of the chicken legs are coated and on the baking sheet, take a pastry brush and give them one last coating of the butter mixture.
  5. Place them into the oven for 30 to 35 minutes, basting a couple of times during roasting. If they need a bit more color, turn on the broiler for a couple minutes and watch them closely.
  6. Remove them when they are nice and golden brown and fully cooked.

https://cookingwithoutlooking.podbean.com/e/eric-bridges-exec-dir-american-council-of-the-blind-spicy-roasted-chicken-legs-the-cooking-without-looking-tv-show-podcast/

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