AVAILABLE FOR MARCH 2007 The next installment in WQED’s popular America’s Home Cooking series will be available for March 2007. America’s Home Cooking: One Skillet Cooking, featuring Chris Fennimore and Nancy Polinsky, is devoted to those hearty recipes that family memories are made of. But, whether slow simmered or quick sautéed, these dishes go from stove to the table in one pan.
The program is presented by WQED Multimedia Pittsburgh and distributed by American Public Television. Chris and Nancy are in the kitchen with some talented home cooks. They prepare everything from soups and stews to cheese-filled casseroles – as long as it can be made in one pan. The idea is to gather everyone’s favorite recipes that will leave hearty eaters satisfied and the kitchen and clean-up crew unstressed. One skillet cooking is the no-fuss way to satisfying meals. Recipes featured in the program include fish and pasta, as well as desserts.
Complete list of recipes featured on the program: Steak Pizzaiola
Apple Skillet Cobbler
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About the series: In August 1993, WQED Multimedia’s Director of Programming, Chris Fennimore incorporated his own love for cooking with his responsibility for providing quality television programs and inaugurated the cooking marathon format with a program entitled “Zucchini Cheesecake.” The success of Chris’ local cooking marathons led to the idea to take the series nationwide.
In March of 2002 the first two national cooking programs for this series, America’s Home Cooking: Comfort Food and America’s Home Cooking: Italian, were released. Following the successful debut of both programs, WQED produced an additional seven titles for the series helping stations across the public television system raise millions of fundraising dollars. One Skillet Cooking is the tenth installment of the America’s Home Cooking series.
About WQED Multimedia WQED Multimedia, honored with the Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award for Station Excellence and eight other Emmy Awards in 2006, provides quality products and services to engage, inform, educate and entertain the public within its community and around the world. It is the parent company of WQED tv13 (PBS), WQEX tv16, WQED fm89.3, WQEJ fm89.7/Johnstown, a publishing division that includes PITTSBURGH magazine, local and national television and radio productions, www.wqed.org and the WQED Education and Community Resource Center.
About American Public Television American Public Television (APT) has been a prime source of programming for the nation’s public television stations. APT distributes more than 10,000 hours of programming including JFK: Breaking the New;, Simply Ming; Globe Trekker; Rick Steves' Europe; Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home; Battlefield Britain; Jungle; America's Test Kitchen; Lidia's Family Table and classic movies. APT is known for identifying innovative programs and developing creative distribution techniques for producers. In four decades, it has established a tradition of providing public television stations nationwide with program choices that enable them to strengthen and customize their schedules. For more information about APT's programs and services visit APTonline.org.