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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Work with Me

I've had the unique opportunity to be involved with many forms of media and brands since I started my blog.  If your company/cause would like to work with me in any format please use my contact me form or just email me directly at KarenBellessaPetersen@gmail.com.  I will be happy to provide you with a current media kit.

Here are some ideas:
  • Recipe development
  • Reviews/giveaways
  • Sidebar advertising
  • Brand ambassadorships
  • Interviews/TV appearances/Commercials
  • ETC.
I'm up for anything!

Here are a few of the interesting projects that I've been a part of over the years:

Winner of Reynolds Real Mom Competition:

In 2013, I was lucky enough to be part of the Reynolds Real Moms competition.  I ended up being one of the winners!  As part of this experience I was able to shoot several professional promotional videos for Reynolds.

Here are some of the videos that I was able to be a part of:

In addition to the videos, I also appeared in advertisements that were featured in EveryDay with Rachael Ray, Parents Magazine and Better Homes and Gardens:

Television Appearances
  • Fresh Living is a fun lifestyle local tv show that I've appeared on more than 15 times.  I've had a lot of success with these segments such as this one called, "5 Things You Didn't Know About Your Slow Cooker." This particular video has been viewed over 17,000 times!
  • I've appeared on Good Things Utah and The Daily Dish over 20 times since I started my blog.  Here is an example of when my first book, 365 Days of Slow Cooking, came out.
  • Studio 5 is a local lifestyle television show.  I've appeared on this show 4 times.
  • In addition to these lifestyle shows I've been featured on channel 2, 4, and 5 (CBS, ABC and NBC) local news programs several times.  Here is an example. 

Newspaper Articles, Magazines and Online Articles
I've been featured in many newspapers and magazines through the years including:



  1. My favorite thing(s) to make in my slow cooker are beans, beans, beans. I love to have chickpeas, navy beans, baby and large soup size limas and lots and lots of pinto beans on hand ready for whatever I think up, often a slow cooker recipe. So I cook the dry beans, mess and worry free, overnight in the slow cooker, drain and freeze them in serving sizes the next morning! This helps me keep my hubby's salt restricted diet under control.