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Best Video Podcast

posted in Applause by Kathy Maister has just been nominated for:

“Best Video Podcast at the People’s Choice Awards!

Over 335,000 people submitted more than six million nominations and has ended up in the top ten of the “Best Video Podcast” category.

There are 22 different categories — check them out! Anyone may vote, so — please – do go and cast your vote.

It may sound like a cliché but I am truly flattered to be in the company of my fellow nominees. They are:

Ask a Ninja
Doing Indy
Fit Life
French Maid TV
Raider Nation Videocast
The Rest of Everest
Tiki Bar TV

Voting will open at one minute past midnight in the early morning hours of Saturday, July 28th and will be open until one minute before midnight on Saturday, August 11th.

When you go to vote, why not check out the other categories while you are there?

P.S. Click here to vote.


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Karen (Pediascribe) said:

I was so excited to see you there!! I’m voting for you every day!
I want to tell you, also, I made your stuffed mushrooms last weekend and they were a HUGE…..HUGE hit!!! I did modify it a bit….I used italian sausage instead of bacon (and only about 3/4 pounds instead of a full pound)
They were DEVOURED!!!
You know what….this gives me a great idea, I’m going to have to make them again and post about it on my blog and give you kudos. I love your show!

Kathy Maister said:

Thanks Karen! BTW everyone with kids should go and check out (and vote for!) Pediascribe! It is also up for a Podcast Award in the Education section.

julien said:

i’m voting every day too!

Kathy Maister said:

Oops! It’s Not Pediascribe that’s up for the award.

Thank Julien! This is so cool!

Steamy Kitchen said:

Hey there Kathy – I just found your blog and really really enjoy watching your videos. Good luck with the awards!

Kathy Maister said:

Thanks Jaden! Your steamykitchen is the only place to go to learn how to cook Asian foods. And your photos are totally mouth watering!

Gary said:


Just discovered your podcasts. They are so cool–I especially love the neat speed and sound effects…the recipes look yummy too. Please keep them coming to ipod format.

I can certainly see why you’ve made it to the top ten–congratulations! Just out of curiosity, how long does it take to produce and film an episode and what do you do with the food after it’s made?


Kathy Maister said:

Thanks Gary! For the videos, filming is done in real time with the real food! I usually make the one dish and then it turns into dinner for my husband! About a week’s worth of planning is necessary to pick the recipe, grocery shop, write the audio and photograph the step by step video. Then it can take my team many days to turn it into a video. I hope the results show how much effort is put into these videos!

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