Be ready to grin, 'cause here comes Lynne

by Bryce Benlon

DHTV DIgital was joined by a new client and friend this week while setting off on a new series fresh out of the oven. 

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Lynne Feifer, master of the kitchen and host of "365 Days of Baking and More" joined us in the name of science, to put question to a handful of specialists on how todays advanced technology can help to create safer and healthier foods. This trip in particular was to the North Carolina State University labs, where she spoke with Dr. Rodolphe Barrangou, PhD. on his own contributions and insights. 

 

From short & sweet uploads on her Youtube channel back in 2013, to a now full-time gig as a beloved online personality, Lynne shows no signs of stopping any time soon. Recipes vary from appetizers and snacks, to fun lunches and desserts - all with her own personal spin on things.

But one main ingredient to why she leaves such a lasting impression: she's real with her audience.  Her honest what-you-see-is-what-you-get presence mixed with a genuine smile, and a dash of humor-to-taste, keeps us all clicking for the next video like it's a regular Netflix binge. If a new idea doesn't turn out so hot, she'll be sure to leave it as a true part of the process, no ingredient left out.

Visit her website, Facebook, and Youtube to sample the genius yourself, no need to check insulin levels though - she's just the right amount of sweet.

Lynne Feifer, host of "365 Days of Baking and More" filming her open.

Lynne Feifer, host of "365 Days of Baking and More" filming her open.

Lynne has a sit down interview with Dr. Rodolphe Barrangou, PhD. at North Carolina State University about today's technology and where it could head in the future.

Lynne has a sit down interview with Dr. Rodolphe Barrangou, PhD. at North Carolina State University about today's technology and where it could head in the future.

Dr. Barrangou explains a complicated idea during Lynne's interview at the lab.

Dr. Barrangou explains a complicated idea during Lynne's interview at the lab.

Science can be beautiful too - more so if you don't drink the results. 

Science can be beautiful too - more so if you don't drink the results.