Away from Home Cooking with Sunny Anderson

Extended Stay America (ESA), a company-owned and operated hotel chain with kitchens in every hotel room, announces a partnership with Food Network’s Sunny Anderson.

Sunny will present “Away From Home Cooking” – an on-the-go cookbook featuring 24 simple recipes.

Extended Stay America’s 76,000 guestrooms will feature Sunny’s tips for tasty and easy-to-prepare homecooked meals when on the road, with additional resources available online.

“From growing up an Army brat to traveling the country in search of local flavors, I’m familiar with life on the road, which is why I’m thrilled to team up with Extended Stay America to create the ‘Away From Home Cooking’ resource,” says Sunny Anderson.

“When I hit the road, I choose ESA as my home-away-from-home since I can always count on welcoming staff and a comfortable room with a kitchen to test a recipe or whip up my favorite meal.”

Sunny’s culinary experience inspires 11 exclusive recipes found in Extended Stay America’s “Away From Home Cooking” booklet.

From North Carolina Braised Ribs and Philly Cheesesteak Rice Bowl, to recipes contributed by ESA associates, including Hearty Chicken Noodle Soup and Triple Burger Chili, homecooking goes mobile by utilizing simple methods, ingredients and utensils found in the Extended Stay America hotel room.

Extended Stay America kitchens are complete with a full-size refrigerator, two-burner stovetop, microwave, toaster and coffeemaker, plus cooking utensils, dishes and cutlery, providing the option to dine-in instead of the usual choices of delivery and carry-out.

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