Before we get into his Kickstarter campaign, let's watch his audtion on Masterchef:
The real reason Jordan was on The Morning Show, other than being a local boy and a good dude, was that he is looking to start a foodtruck business. And like with any business, there is a bit of a start up cost. Instead of having "The Man" tell him what to do, he is hoping to have it funded by the people so he has complete control over his business. So, if you're passionate about food, help him out by visiting his Kickstarter page here (and of course like with any Kickstarter, there are rewards involved): Jordan's Kickstarter
If you want to learn more about Jordan, here is his bio from his time on Master Chef: Jordan's Bio
Santa is coming to town soon and so are his reindeer. If you want to catch a glimpse of what the reindeer do in preperation, you should definitely check out this stream. Yes, sometimes there aren't any reindeer in the shot, but when it's popping it is popping.
The best part of all of this is that the camera is stationed at the Como Zoo in St. Paul.
If you're keeping up with The Voice, we want to hear your opinion as things develop. But for now, Keri wants to share one of her favorites.
Also, here is Will Champlin covering Avicii's "Hey Brother".
Two beautiful people making beautiful music have released the artwork for their single "Who You Love". Oake & Keri shared their opinion about the artwork on air, but what do you think? Do you like it?
This is a very unorthodox way to make a turkey, but who's to say it's not delicious? SOMEBODY'S gotta try this, and let us know how it is!!!
Chef David Burke’s Dishwasher Turkey
2 boneless turkey breasts, 12-14 lbs total
4 tablespoons parsley
3 tablespoons sage
3 tablespoons rosemary
3 tablespoons thyme
4 tablespoons garlic
4 tablespoons shallots
1 cup olive oil
3 tablespoons salt
2 tablespoons pepper
Of course, everyone's dishwasher, like everyone's oven, will work a little differently. If you guys really try this, please, please, please tell us all about it.