REDWOOD CITY, California — Lifestyle Network has green-lighted two new original series for this fall rolled out 20 new shows.
Several titles will join the network’s roster of food shows, which currently includes “Curiosity Got the Chef” with Chef Sharwin Tee, Lanai Tabura’s “Cooking Hawaiian Style,” Sabrina Artadi’s “Sabrina’s Kitchen” and more.
“Our viewers can expect a whole new line-up of exciting programs this summer,” said Aileen Paredes, channel head for Lifestyle Network Global. “Our team has hand-picked delightful programs, thoughtfully curated for our audience.”
Registered holistic nutritionist, culinary consultant and alternative health It Girl, Peggy Kotsopoulos, teaches shows how to achieve a healthy lifestyle and pick dietary choices that are easy and delicious on “Peggy’s Kitchen,” Saturdays,11:30 a.m. Pacific Time.
Chef Robert Danhi takes us on a breathtaking “Taste of Vietnam,” exploring the country, cooking, tasting delicious Vietnamese food and mingling with the hospitable locals, Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. Pacific.
Chef Phillip Davenport’s “Toque 12” is a luxury guide to the best restaurants in Asia, featuring the top 12 chefs that are making the region an emerging culinary destination, Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Pacific.
Additionally, Lifestyle Network has given the thumbs up to the local production of two new original series that will join its newly re-launched programming this year. The shows will highlight artists, food and travel destinations.
On its first season, “Spice to Life,” now a 30-minute weekly show, will take viewers on a gustatory tour of the United States to meet new chefs and discover favorite local food spots.
The inspirational and artistic “Design+Story,” tells artists’ stories side-by-side. The show introduces exceptional craftsmen, visionaries and iconoclasts and their masterpieces.
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