Memorial Day Witnesses The Launch Of “Cooking Channel”

June 1st, 2010 - 4:59 pm ICT by GD  

By Ranjan Bhaduri
frtNew York, June 1, (THAINDIAN NEWS) The Memorial Day witnessed the launch of “Cooking Channel” which is the new refined iteration of what was known formerly as the “Fine Living Network” (FLN). The “Cooking Channel” carries the punchline “For food people, by food people” which is radical owing to the fact that “Fine Living Network” have always considered food to be a mainstream item that has to served well to people. If you are a loyalist of the Food Network you shall be able to recall Guy Fieri, Paula Deen and Rachel Ray who had been the prominent celebrities who have always felt the similar way.

The “Cooking Channel” is targeted towards the youth with a offering of recipes that is both tasty as well as healthy which is a prime concern as the youth are more inclined towards following fitness regime. “Cooking Channel” has special cooking segments like “Spice Goddesses”, “French Food at Home”, “Exotic Eats”, “David Rocco’s Dolce Vita” and “Chuck’s Day Off”. It has also come to hearing that the channel shall air special shows featuring personalities like Emeril Lagasse, Bobby Flay and Rachel Ray.

“Food Jammers; French Food at Home” will be coordinated and presented by Laura Calder. Famous Indian writer and chef Anjum Anand will host “Indian Food Made Easy”. One of the chief attractions of the channel will be “David Rocco’s Dolce Vita; Everyday Exotic” where Roger Mooking will be sharing his secret recipes. The other show on the channel “Chuck’s Day Off” is perhaps the only show which rolls on a lighter mood where it is being presented by Montreal chef, Chuck Hughes.

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