Martha Stewart Ready to Teach U.S. TV Viewers a Lesson

Apr 19, 2012  •  Post A Comment

Martha Stewart has unveiled plans for a new weekly series, presented in association with WETA-TV in Washington, that will give viewers a cooking lesson. “Martha Stewart’s Cooking School” will run on PBS stations across the U.S. starting this fall.

In announcing the show the company said: “Each 30-minute episode will feature Martha demonstrating classic cooking techniques and basics. Using her signature, step-by-step how-to teaching process, Martha will illustrate the building blocks of recipes everyone should know (from roasting to poaching to braising and blanching). Viewers will have Martha by their side instructing them how to select the very best ingredients, how to make the perfect pot roast, how to pan sauté a whole fish, how to make stocks and why they’re essential to making sauces and delicious soups.”

Said Stewart: “PBS is the perfect home for this series. We’ll show viewers how to prepare classic dishes as well as how to use proper techniques. This new series combines so many of my passions: teaching and encouraging others. We will break down classic recipes for home cooks and inspire them to add their unique twist. I’m excited to get into the kitchen and connect with audiences across the nation.”

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