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Come along for a mouthwatering ride and catch the spirit of pop-up cooking events with 'Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking', produced by WGBH and Fine Cooking magazine and hosted by Pete Evans, Australia’s top celebrity chef, making his American TV debut. A new 13-episode series coming this fall 'Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking' takes viewers on a culinary journey where our talented host teams up with the country's most innovative chefs and food artisans to cook up a storm. Join Pete as he travels America in this fast-paced adventure to create spontaneous, delicious feasts in beautiful settings for friends and family that will inspire home cooks everywhere.
“There’s no better chef to host and orchestrate these events than Pete Evans. He’s not afraid to let go, in cooking and in life. His philosophy is simple - cook with love and with laughter,” says Laurie Donnelly, Executive Producer. “Our chefs have the opportunity to experiment outside the confines of their regular kitchens, in fresh territory, where they can collaborate and stretch their cooking muscles. This inspiring new series is the culinary equivalent of a jam session!“
“This exciting new series will entice viewers by providing exceptional recipes made with fresh local ingredients by some the country's most talented chefs who share their expert tips and techniques to create the feasts,“ says Maria Taylor, Group Publisher of Fine Cooking. “These spontaneous celebrations capture the fun and creativity that's sparked when our chefs and food artisans connect."
In each episode, Pete Evans sets the tone for a pop-up feast in settings from California’s wine country to the bustling skyline of NYC. We follow Pete and local chefs as they source the finest ingredients for their dishes. Afterwards, they join forces and work against the clock to prepare a multi-course menu for an eclectic, enthusiastic, and ravenous group of foodies. Watch as diners sit down to enjoy these spectacular meals hosted in some unlikely places. You’ll want a seat at the table!
This fall on public television, make your reservations for Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking!
Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking on Facebook at http://Facebook.com/FineCookingTV
About Pete Evans
Pete Evans is an award-winning Australian chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, and TV host. Born in Melbourne and raised on Australia’s beautiful Gold Coast, Pete is not your average chef – he’s also an avid fisherman, surfer, cookbook author and television personality.
Pete’s food career began at the age of 19 when, with brother Dave, he opened their first restaurant, The Pantry, in Melbourne’s bayside suburb of Brighton in 1993. It quickly became a much-loved local spot and found devoted fans among city locals, celebrities and critics alike. Since then, Pete has opened six award-winning restaurants, written seven best-selling cookbooks, including the Australian barbecue bible My Grill. He has hosted television shows in Australia for the past decade, and in 2012, his series My Kitchen Rules pulled an audience of more than 3.5 million, making it one of the most-watched shows of the year in Australia. "Moveable Feast" will be his first television series in the U.S.
About Fine Cooking
Fine Cooking is a nationally known brand where food is the celebrity. In every issue, web page and event Fine Cooking is entirely food focused. Fine Cooking fuels the passion of cooking enthusiasts who love food and entertaining with a lively mix of information and inspiration. Fine Cooking has proven itself in the epicurean magazine category with its 250,000 circulation. (www.finecooking.com/)
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