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Video: No Food Network? THIRTEEN has you covered

Monday, January 11th, 2010
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Are you a Cablevision subscriber who’s missing out on programming from Food Network? Never fear, THIRTEEN has you covered with educational and informative cooking shows every Sunday afternoon!

Sundays at 3:30 pm
Simply Ming

The Emmy® nominated public television series Simply Ming is back for its seventh season, bringing mouthwatering recipes into homes across the country. With an all-star guest lineup, flavor abounds in recipes inspired by the combination of East and West ingredients such as Coconut Milk and Cranberries, and Panko and Dijon. Fresh, healthy ingredients add vibrance to the dishes. And, from pantry to pot, Ming continues to offer recipes that can be prepared in one vessel. Watch now.

Sundays at 4 p.m.
Everyday Food

Each half-hour episode of Everyday Food offers quick, easy and practical solutions to the challenges of everyday cooking and includes easy-to-make recipes along with smart tips and kitchen techniques. The Everyday Food television show cast consists of five home-grown talents from the kitchens of Martha Stewart Living: Sarah Carey, Allie Lewis, Margot Olshan, Emma Feigenbaum, and Lucinda Scala Quinn.

Watch video of recipes from Everyday Food at pbs.org

Sundays at 4:30 p.m.
Food Trip with Todd English

Master chef, author and restaurateur Todd English brings his talent and taste for reinventing traditional cooking to public television. During his travels at home and abroad, Todd explores a different dish or culinary tradition, drawing inspiration for new recipes from each locale’s native cuisine and ingredients.

Watch a preview:
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVmqO6dO1mk&hl=en_US&fs=1&]


Sundays at 5 p.m.
America’s Test Kitchen

America’s Test Kitchen is the most-watched cooking show on public television. Each episode features recipes carefully developed to make sure they work every time. Christopher Kimball and the test cooks solve everyday cooking problems, test equipment so you never have to waste money on things that don’t work, and taste supermarket ingredients to save you time in the store. It’s a common-sense, practical approach you won’t find on other cooking shows.

Watch a blooper reel from America’s Test Kitchen:
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5U3IiST36E&hl=en_US&fs=1&]

Sundays at 5:30 p.m.
Lidia’s Italy

Journey with Lidia to her ten favorite regions around Italy as she introduces you to friends and family and takes you to food markets, fishing villages and farms as you haggle over the price of fish and forage for the perfect truffle. Then, return back to Lidia’s familiar kitchen to prepare a sumptuous meal as you, the viewer cook along.

Watch a preview:
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t94iU5rDoXo&hl=en_US&fs=1&]

Sundays at 6 p.m.
Colameco’s Food Show

Colameco’s Food Show is the only food show on television that showcases the New York City restaurant scene. Shot guerilla-documentary style, Mike Colameco and his seasoned PBS camera crew take you back stage behind the scenes to visit with chefs and restaurateurs. From the kitchens of Per Se, Le Bernardin, Daniel and Ducasse, to the best fried chicken in Harlem, noodles in Chinatown, Korean Stir fry on 32nd street, the best hot dogs, sandwiches, burgers, and ingredient shopping.

Watch a preview:
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDPQWIV2w0U&hl=en_US&fs=1&]


  • Josephine Brylinski

    I just love watching Channel 13. Can’t stand watching all the other channels and ALL their commercials. Thirteen is my favorite channel.
    Thank You

  • Sonia Rechcigl

    Your programs are so exciting and newsworthy. I discuss them with my children and grandchildren any opportunity I get, Keep up the wonderful programming. By the way I also love the way you have made your viewers aware of the cooking shows you also carry.

  • judy lasker

    13 is wonderful as is—-but wouldnt it be just super great if those cooking programs were presented on a weekday morning or early evening? you night consider rebroadcasts for those who find Sundays are filled until the pm—

  • D. SCUDDER

    COUNT ME IN AS AGREEING THAT THIRTEEN IS ONE OF THE BEST STATIONS AROUND. WE ALWAYS WATCH YOUR SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOOD SHOWS BUT NOW THAT FOOD NETWORK AND CABLE ARE ON THE OUTS, HOPEFULLY YOU WOULD CONSIDER EXPANDING THESE SHOWS AND OTHER COOKING SHOWS TO A WEEKDAY SCHEDULE.

  • http://www.brewyourownbeer.co.cc Dave

    Personally, I prefer Coney Island hot dogs, Detroit style. They’re the best!

  • E Calderwood

    It would help if you added a label so we could see where you are dinning and watching the owners and cooking because mentioning it at the beggining does not help if we become interested later after we find out how interesting the place is.

  • Karl F. Held

    Thank you, WNET 13 for Colameco’s Food Show. For an ordinary guy like myself, Mike Colameco offers indepth info on ingrediants, technique as well as useful recipes that make me a hero in my own house at dinner time. He also gets me the low down on good places to go in NYC. Several professional chefs I’ve met also appreciated Colameco’s behind the scenes coverage, as well as the episodes focused on ingrediants and where they come from. The pros I met cited Colameco’s Food Show as one television food show they try not to miss and I agree with them. Thanks again!