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Martha Stewart lands PBS cooking show

Martha Stewart's Cooking School, a cookery teaching series based on the TV host and author's best-selling book of the same name, is to air on PBS stations across the U.S. in the fall.
April 20, 2012

Martha Stewart’s Cooking School, a cookery teaching series based on the TV host and author’s best-selling book of the same name, is to air on PBS stations across the U.S. in the fall.

Produced by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia in association with WETA Washington D.C., the 30-minute episode weekly series sees Stewart giving American home cooks a culinary master class.

Stewart will employ her signature, step-by-step how-to teaching process to show viewers how to pick the best ingredients, how to make the perfect pot roast, how to pan sauté a whole fish, and more.

“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,” said Stewart.

Stewart’s current series on the Hallmark Channel, The Martha Stewart Show, wraps in May.

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