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The Today Show featured an Alabama resident, on Sunday, as part of a Spring cooking segment.

Stacey Little, a food blogger from Prattville, was on as part of the Fresh Cooks Live segment for the Today Show. Stacey showed viewers how to make a Southern-style brunch during the segment. He also talked about his journey in becoming a rising star in the food world.

"You know I always say that in the south that's how we express love for one another, we cook for one another," Little said. "And knowing that there are people across the world who are getting their families to the table for a meal from a recipe that I provided for them, is the ultimate compliment to me."

If you would like to check out Stacey's blog, visit, either, his website at southernbite.com, or his Facebook page.

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