Launching the Food Flirts!
Thrilled to report that The Food Flirts, the new TV cooking show I’ve been helping to develop for the past year-plus, just debuted in prime time on PBS across the country on Friday, July 28, at 10 p.m. (right after The Great British Baking Show). More episodes coming this fall!
It’s a blast of a show, starring the inimitable Sheila and Marilynn Brass. I have previously overseen the cooking operations on shows I’ve produced, but as supervising producer on this project, I’ve enjoyed being involved in all aspects (including the food, of course). And getting to build this from the ground up with the all-star team of executive producer Bruce Seidel and the Brass Sisters has made it one of the most rewarding experiences of my career in food media. Please check it out!
Burger Meets Dosa full epsisode
Pastrami Meets Ramen full episode:
Not enough time for an episode? Link to a preview here.
Follow the Food Flirts on Insta and Twitter and thanks for tuning in!
Mary A. Kelly-Lovasz July 6, 2018 -
Oh, my goodness! You must bring Sheila & Marilyn to meet Alex Josza Bodnar in Pittsburgh. He is from Hungary and has a unique eatery in his home AKA Josza’s Corner. Alex is very personable and welcoming and he’d be wonderful with Sheila & Marilynn, showing them how his grandma taught him how to make so many tasty Magyar dishes. Hungarian dishes simply must be on their bucket list! Come to Pittsburgh!
dswidey July 8, 2018 -
Thanks so much for tuning into the show, Mary,and for the tip on Chef Alex. We’ll keep it in mind for the future – sounds delicious! Hope you enjoy next week’s episodes!
Karen Carpenter July 21, 2018 -
My Mom and I saw both episodes back to back last night and LOVED the Brass Sisters adventures. Keep up the good work – hope there’s a second season in store!
dswidey July 23, 2018 -
Thanks so much for your kind words!I hope for a second season too!!!
Karen Julian July 21, 2018 -
My 93 year old Mom and I watch Food Flirts as part of our Saturday culinary programs. We love it and it makes me laugh. The sisters are wonderful and I feel a bond with them because I learned to cook from my Mother too! My mom was a fantastic cook and she has been watching cooking shows on PBS and Food Network for 40 years!
dswidey July 23, 2018 -
Thanks so much for the nice feedback! I’m so glad that you and your mom enjoyed the show. that’s wonderful to hear that your mom has been a PBS and FN viewer for so long. Thanks again for writing!
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