Amy Richardson began her foray into the cooking world at age eight, cooking a blackberry pie made entirely from scratch with berries found at the bottom of the hill. From there, she moved on to the almost daily after school treat of chocolate eclairs and never looked back. For years, Amy entertained theatre-goers in many live theatre productions as performer, writer, director, choreographer and designer, keeping her identity as an enthusiastic foodie a secret to all but a fortunate few.Everything changed six years ago when Amy whisked together her passion for food fun and home arts, serving it all piping hot on the morning television show Studio 5. She is passionate about food. Does it show?
It took about 30 years of TV cameras and news scripts. Then, the lights came on.
That’s when award-winning broadcaster Darin Adams discovered that the secret of TV is the secret of life. It’s always better with passion. He’s done just about everything when it comes to TV. As a lifestyle host, he tracked down celebrities like Martha Stewart and Pat Sajak. As a sports anchor, he has tried his hand at rodeo riding on a runaway horse. As a weather anchor, he drew pictures of animals in the satellite clouds. As a morning feature reporter, he has eaten crickets and had liposuction performed on him while talking on camera. He’s worked in cities from Louisville, Kentucky to Kalispell, Montana—from Boston, Massachusetts to Pocatello, Idaho. He currently lives in Utah with his wonderful wife and four perfect children.
Everyone has passions. Some of Darin’s include:
New England Patriots
Diet Root Beer
French fries with mayo or “fry sauce”
TV Shows: Monk & Psych