Get ready to start purring! Cat Cora is best known as the only female Iron Chef in the history of the popular Food Network television show. She’s also adding new title to her resume: Dean of The Meow Mix Acatemy, the world’s first school dedicated to teaching pet parents how to think like a cat. Why is a chef heading up a school for people to learn about how cats think? It’s not just the coincidence of her first name! As a world class chef and lifelong cat owner, she can tell pet parents what every finicky feline knows that fresh, high-quality ingredients are the key to a great culinary experience. During the interview Chef Cora demonstrates exclusive recipes for people that are inspired by the foods cats crave, including shrimp, tuna and salmon. More about the Meow Mix Acatemy: The Meow Mix Acatemy offers a comprehensive curriculum that will educate students about everything cat-related, including how they think, eat, play, sleep and exercise, and most importantly, what they’re trying to tell us. Whether pet parents visit the Acatemy in person on its 12-city national tour or experience it online at http://www.MeowMix.com www.MeowMix.com , they will graduate with a greater insight into the world of felines. Visitors to the website will also be able to enter to win a cat-inspired culinary experience with Chef Cora. More about Cat Cora: Cat Cora, Dean of Students- Cat Cora is one of America’s favorite celebrity chefs. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Cat has apprenticed under several of the world’s top chefs, both in France and the United States. She has been featured in several Food Network shows, including “My Country My Kitchen: Greece,” “Kitchen Accomplished,” and is currently the only female Iron Chef on “Iron Chef America.” She is also the author of two books: Cat Cora’s Kitchens and the recently released Cooking from the Hip. Outside of the kitchen, Cat is known for her philanthropy. She is President and Founder of Chefs for Humanity, an organization which was founded in response to the 2004 Tsunami disaster.
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