Martha Stewart is taking her culinary talents to PBS. Once syndicated, and more recently on Hallmark Channel, Stewart is cooking up something new for public television. “Martha Stewart’s Cooking School,” inspired by her best-selling book, will be presented in association with PBS station WETA Washington, D.C., and will air on PBS stations across the nation beginning this Fall.
“PBS is the perfect home for this series,” says Stewart of the weekly 30-minute broadcast. “We’ll show viewers how to prepare classic dishes as well as how to use proper techniques.”
Hallmark Channel canceled Stewart’s show earlier this year.
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