America's Home Cooking: What's For Dinner? on WXXI-TV

America's Home Cooking: What's For Dinner? on WXXI-TV

Sat, 12/10/2011 - 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Chris Fennimore (pictured) hosts and invites his favorite cooks to join him in the kitchen.

Credit: WQED Pittsburgh

Tune in for the secrets to simple, healthy meals.

Many home cooks get into a culinary rut, preparing the same meals over and over. This program presents simple and imaginative recipes organized into three categories: proteins, starches and vegetables. Selecting one from each of the three groups provides a balanced and delicious meal. The program features demonstrations of recipes for chicken, pork and fish, a wide variety of vegetables and tasty ways to prepare noodles, rice and couscous.

The latest installment of AMERICA’S HOME COOKING shows viewers how to easily prepare healthy meals every night. WHAT’S FOR DINNER? airs Saturday, December 10 at 12 p.m. noon on WXXI-TV (DT21.1/cable1011and 11).
 
Chris Fennimore hosts and invites his favorite cooks to join him in the kitchen. They’ll help viewers prepare a medley of pasta, rice pilaf, noodles, couscous, pork cutlets, sautéed greens, roasted root vegetables, stuffed chicken breasts and tilapia. This program presents simple and imaginative recipes organized into three categories: proteins, starches and vegetables. Selecting one from each of the three groups provides a balanced and delicious meal.
 
By selecting from each category, home cooks can create thousands of balanced meals. With so many possibilities, there’s no reason to be stuck in a culinary rut ever again. It’s easy. It’s healthy. It’s AMERICA’S HOME COOKING: WHAT’S FOR DINNER?.
 
Since 1993, Fennimore has hosted a baker’s dozen of cooking marathons for PBS. He currently serves as director of programming for WQED Pittsburgh, and prepares dishes every Saturday on “QED Cooks.”
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