Feb 17, 2022

Eat Happy Kitchen Table Talk 001

Television Food Producer Tricia Clark

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Gluten Free, Low Carb recipes from a loud-mouth comic. When I'm not talking, I'm shoving homemade food down my gullet. Author of Eat Happy and Eat Happy Too. Slinger of literal not figurative sauce.
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If you are at all interested in food, you’ve definitely seen one or two cooking shows over the years. You may have even seen a show that Tricia Clark has produced. Or you may have seen a commercial, tv show Thanksgiving dinner scene, or some spread of food being eaten on a group date on The Bachelor, and wondered whose job it is to do all that.

For those of you who have my second book, Tricia contributed one of my favorite recipes: Tricia’s Sea Bass with Agrodolce Sauce. It’s next level delicious, versatile, and a recipe from someone who’s love of food obviously runs deep.

Chatting with Tricia was a delight, and I hope you all enjoy the convo with her. Behind the scenes on anything gives me great joy. Follow her on Instagram.

If you’d like to read the interview instead of listening, here’s a computer generated transcript that is mostly correct but also a bit bonkers in its voice recognition.

Tricia has been styling and producing for the past 10 years in Los Angeles. As a stylist, she has worked on a bit of everything including commercials, “stand and stirs,”  integrations and scripted projects. Commercial and integration clients include brands such as Kelloggs, Google, Coke, Ragu, Wendy’s, DiGiorno Pizza and more. 
She spent several years as the food stylist at Extra with Mario Lopez. At Extra, she styled and produced countless live cooking demos with Food Network personalities and cookbook authors alike.  You name ‘em, Tricia has probably cooked for them!
Tricia has been drawn to food like a moth to a flame all her life. In kindergarten, she watched her idol Julia Child on PBS every afternoon waiting for the day her mother would finally allow her to cook with wine!
Food Producer and Stylist Tricia Clark