Gina’s Cookbooks have been featured internationally on the shows: Alan Carr: Chatty Man: Twilight Stars Episode, The Office, and Bewitched Fanatical.
On the Alan Carr: Chatty Man Twilight Stars Episode, Emmett Cullen (Kellan Lutz) liked Gina’s Twilight Tribute Punch recipe so much that he downed a second drink intended for Ashley Greene (Alice Cullen). The secret ingredient: gummy worms!
Radio and magazine interviews:
Love At First Bite: The Unofficial Twilight Cookbook, in the news:
"Something to sink your teeth into." -San Francisco Gate
"Even vampires will give these recipes a try."-hometownlife.com
"Laughing all the way to the bank: The Twilight empire now includes a Cookbook." -westword blog.com
"Recipes for vampire lovers."-The Salt Lake Tribune Newspaper
"The Twilight saga has driven the world crazy with vampire and werewolf fever, and now it can be felt in your very own kitchen.-vervegirl.com
"Recipes for a Howling Good Time this Halloween."-The Kitchen Korner
"Cooking with Twilight."-Teen Vogue Magazine
"Bite into these recipes inspired by Twilight."-nwitimes.com
"Love at first bite: Cookbook offers fans taste of Twilight series."-wcfcourier.com
"Fan cooks up Twilight fare."-Canwest News Services
"Something To Get Your Teeth Into."-Young Scot Magazine (international publication)
"The perfect holiday gift."-Edible Hawaiian Islands Magazine
"Twilight: 13 Great Gifts!"-Huffington Post
"14 Cookbooks You Didn't Know Existed."-Huffington Post
"Ok's Twilight Gift Guide."-OK! Magazine
The Unofficial & Unauthorized Harry Potter Cookbook: Cauldron Cakes To Butterbeer & Beyond, in the news:
"Prolonging Potter."-Gloucester County Times
The Magic of Bewitched Trivia & More Book, in the news:
"Charmed Life".-The Fresno Bee
"Bewitched Fan Knows Her Witches & Warlocks".-The Fresno Bee
"Being Bewitched."-The Fresno Magazine
"Trivia twitch itch?"-The Fresno Magazine
Gina is a publicist, marketer, chef, writer, and television personality. She is the proud winner of the Gourmand International Cookbook Award for Best Charity Cookbook in the world, Hope for Haiti.
Home is Where The Heart Is
By, Cookbook Author, Gina Meyers
This is undeniably a crazy time in the United States of America, and for ALL around the world for that matter. This uncharted time in our history has many including myself on edge. Our country is on a lock down of sorts and we are trying our utmost to slow down the spread and severity of the Coronavirus. I’ve been in contact with my family and friends who live in Europe and though the eye of the storm is upon them, their spirits remain undaunted. As a writer, and a cookbook author, I pledge to share my recipes and thoughts through this world emergency. First off, do not panic. As an American who has traveled the globe, I have seen stories of inspiration and encouraging words and kindness and giving. Share what you can, and take this time to improve on yourself and your life responses. Like my Girl Scout years taught me, “Be prepared.” What we are learning each day is counter intuitive. For a country to come together we must separate temporarily. In this time of contemplation, do know that I will be here to share my passion of cooking and recipes with you. My pantry is being stocked with essentials so that I am able to continue to make nutritious foods no matter what happens. Through this uncertain time in our history where we feel a loss of control, our routines are being interrupted, and everything we thought to be stable seems to be changing, take one day at a time, say the serenity prayer, count your blessings, and remember to live each moment by moment and each day by day, this is in your control.