About

The Show

Fork You is a show all about Philadelphia, food, and fun.

Hosted by the very talented Marisa, and the very idiotic Scott, Fork You hopes to keep you entertained and educated.

Meet the Cast and Crew

Marisa McClellan: Co-host/Co-creator/Foodie

Marisa McClellan

Marisa McClellan isn’t a kumquat, but she often dreams of being one (and one day, with a little help from modern science, we believe that dream will come true!). Food is her passion, and she will often talk about it, write about it, and produce it… even when people would rather she didn’t. She recently graduated from St. Joseph’s University with a Masters in Writing and is currently working as a web producer at the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation.

Want more Marisa? Check out her blog at Apartment 2024. She is also the lead blogger at Slashfood, so if you want more foodie goodness, that’s the place to go.

Scott McNulty: Co-host/Co-creator/Editor

Scott McNulty

Scott McNulty is an idiot, many people agree. Though he is often confounded by food, talking, and standing up that doesn’t mean that he isn’t game to try. He serves as a sort of ‘Every Man’ on Fork You. If he can do it, chances are you can do it much, much better.

When not making a fool of himself in front of a camera Scott can be found making a fool of himself in textual form on his blog Blankbaby. He also has a habit of launching more and more projects to fill the empty void that is his personal life. Find out more about this projects at Blankbaby.com.

Angie J: Camera Woman

Angie

Born a crazy scientist and not realizing that some schools offer food chemistry majors, she went for second best and studied biology (don’t believe any of her “for the benefit of human kind” stuff).

She gets hungry at the mention of food, being worse than those Pavlovian dogs.

Her first kitchen experiment was a flan that never solidified properly at age 7 or 8 but she’s come a long way since then. She now loves baking and sharing baked goods, but has decided to cut back as some of her friends make fun of her for getting up early and staying up late just to bake.

Thad Jaszek: Director

Thad Jaszek

Thad Jaszek is the farthest thing from a Media Mogul, but fits in just fine as the Director of Fork You, a position that largely involves helping eat the food created during filming afterwards. You might recognize his hand and goofy laugh from cameo appearances in various Fork You episodes. He likes to think that his behind-the-scenes antics help keep the cast and crew of Fork You on their toes.

Not a blogger himself, A newly minted blogger and amateur photographer, Thad also enjoys his gadfly status as a commenter on various local blogs. He hopes you enjoy watching Fork You and will try some out some of the recipes yourself. (They’re good!)

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Melissa Sloan February 3, 2009 at 11:07 am

Wow! I was looking for a good granola recipe for Valentine’s day and came across your blog/website/videos! Yipee! I’m an instant fan! You are funny and informative, what more can one hope for? Thanks for all you do! You guys are truly a gem on the web.
Oh, and – I am going to make your granola for my son at college and all of his friends too. Thanks!!!!!
-Melissa Sloan

Marisa February 18, 2009 at 1:42 pm

Melissa, let us know how it turns out! It’s still my favorite granola recipe out there, mostly because it’s so easy to alter and adapt!

Gina April 4, 2009 at 1:13 pm

Just tried it today and I screwed it up and it was still great
thanks so much!!!
Gina

Al Malekovic August 25, 2009 at 3:22 pm

Hi Marisa and Scott: My name is Al Malekovic (al@countrybobs.com) and I represent a very, very small company called Country Bob’s, Inc. We are making a great sauce called, “Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce” and we would like to get the word out about our product.
I know that review blogs are a great way to get information to the general public. I conducted a google search for food blogs and your name came and after looking at your blog, I was wondering if you would be interested in trying my sauce and perhaps reviewing it for me.

If you send me your name and address via e-mail, I would gladly send you a recipe brochure along with two bottles of Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce in hopes that you would write a review.

If you would like more information, I would be glad to respond to any questions you might have. In fact, if you are interested in interviewing me after you’ve sampled the product, I would gladly make myself available!

Thank you for your consideration. http://www.countrybobs.com We also have two two bottle give a ways for your blog.

Scott October 21, 2009 at 11:50 pm

I love Hippy-inspired foods. I was looking for some tips on how to improve my granola process and your video answered all my questions! Excellent! Thank you.

Living here in Boulder CO we have a lot of Hippy energy! :-)

Mike February 20, 2011 at 2:17 pm

Hello Marisa!
Hey Kelly!
I’m with a new vegan establishment called Nick’s Vegan. We’re really trying to get the word out and we’d love to have you come check out our operation. We sell a variety of baked goods (including several seasonal variations), breakfast foods, wraps, and classic entrees. Our goods are currently available at Grindcore House, Rocket Cat Cafe, Pumpkin Cafe, Soy Cafe, Cafe Mocha, The Last Drop, and The Bottle Shop. This Article (http://citypaper.net/blogs/mealticket/2011/02/18/congo-bars-and-more-from-nick%E2%80%99s-vegan-cafe/) appears in this week’s City Paper. Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing back from you. Take care and Thank You!

Menaka April 21, 2011 at 10:25 am

Hi Marisa and Scott!

I work for a PR company in Philadelphia, and one of our clients would like to invite you to a grand opening of a certain baked goods store. I couldn’t find an email for either of you anywhere–would you mind emailing me so I can pass along your email address?

Thanks!

M

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