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"Literally when we shot the pilot, my knees were shaking. She's not self-conscious anymore."Recipe: Apple cider cake with apple cider caramel sauce Much of her increased comfort level is due to experience, but she said the other part of it is that for the first time she was able to film her cooking show in her own home.
I was having to go, 'Calm yourself down.' They were literally knocking because I didn't know what in the world I was doing cooking in front of a camera."'Pontoon'-built kitchen In its third season, Schlapman's series "Kimberly's Simply Southern" airs 3 p.m. Her producer, David Cook, said he no longer has to talk her through things such as "not looking down while she was chopping without cutting off her fingers.""Cooking and talking and being on camera at the same time is really hard," Cook said. In the beginning, I had to coach her more, but now she's really cooking opposed to thinking in her head, 'What's next? After the success of the band's Grammy-winning hit "Pontoon," Schlapman was able to renovate her tiny kitchen.
Place ham on a rack in a foil-lined roasting pan fat side up. Meanwhile, in a medium saucepan over medium heat, mix all ingredients together. Rub on half of the glaze and bake for another 30 minutes.
After the 30 minutes, add the remaining glaze and cook until internal temperature reads 140, about an additional 30 minutes.
The new kitchen is accentuated with Caesar stone, stainless steel and custom cabinetry — and even a pull-out panel on the bottom row of cabinets to keep the family's dog from eating their cats' food."This was the kitchen that 'Pontoon' built," Kimberly Schlapman said with a laugh.
"Thanks to a little motor boating, we finally got it."When filming season three in Kimberly Schlapman's home, the crews took over her family's space for three one-week runs. Her bedroom was transformed into her area for wardrobe, hair and makeup, cords snaked through every hallway, and lights and monitor screens camouflaged her warm and inviting modern country family room.
The takeover was so complete that Stephen Schlapman and 6-year-old daughter Daisy Pearl had to stay in a hotel because there was no place for them to sleep.
The trade was that the family got to be together during filming, and Kimberly Schlapman could "love on them" between takes."It worked out great, and it's just nice to be able to do it here," she said. It was nice to have Amy Grant here, actually in my kitchen to cook with me."Other guests featured this season on "Kimberly's Simply Southern" include Wynonna Judd, Brett Eldredge, Kix Brooks, Jewel, Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott, Billy Currington, Thompson Square, Little Big Town and Dave Barnes, who Cook said cracked a joke a minute in the kitchen.
The singer/songwriter couldn't exactly remember what he helped Schlapman cook for his taping.Cook’s second major label album, “This Loud Morning” debuted in June of 2011, garnered tepid reviews at best and sold only 130,000 copies its first year.That’s more than an 87 percent drop from his self-titled debut album.She and her husband, Stephen Schlapman, knew from the moment they looked at their house they wanted to make it their home. It was a renovation the couple couldn't afford right away.But Stephen Schlapman, a builder, started sketching plans to turn the kitchen into a bathroom and turn a spare bedroom into what is now the singer's top-of-the-line cooking space.