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Celebrity show, Joey Fatone visit for North Bend's Old Hen Bed & Breakfast

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Deanna Morauski, a food blogger and owner of The Old Hen Bed & Breakfast in North Bend, made some kitchen time August 23 for television personality Joey Fatone.

Fatone visited Morauski for his show, “My Family Recipe Rocks.” The episode will air some time in October.

With Fatone, Morauski made scalloped potatoes, mud pie—“which he said was the best dessert he’d ever had.” she said—Northwest Salad and Saucy Balsamic Burgers.

“I was overwhelmed with a team of six people to make the show happen, including a make-up artist,” Morauski told the Record. “I’m pretty sure we used up every fork in the bed and breakfast.”

Deanna’s husband John taught Joey to use an ax and skip a rock on the Snoqualmie River.

“Joey is an excellent host and the whole team was a bundle of laughs,” Morauski said.

All of her recipes will be on the Live Well Network website and on her blog at www.theoldhen.com. A “behind the scenes” post is at www.theoldhen.com/2012/08/24/joey-fatone-visits-hen.

The Old Hen, located in the Snoqualmie Valley, has won numerous awards and hosted celebrities.

 

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