Just months after launching a podcast series, Tanya Holland — Oakland celeb chef, soul-meals expert and cookbook writer — is branching out to Tv.
“Tanya’s Kitchen Table” will premiere Saturday, Nov. 14, on the Oprah Winfrey Community together with three other all-new cooking displays, all that includes African-American chefs.
Weekly episodes for this period are scheduled to operate by means of Dec. 26.
The culinary demonstrates are a new target for the network released by Winfrey in 2011.
“We’re thrilled to introduce for the to start with time a programming block of entertaining-loaded cooking reveals and look forward to creating Saturday afternoons on Have a new spot for foodies,” Tina Perry, president of the community, explained in a statement.
The block of programming kicks off at noon with “Lovely Bites,” with Chicago chef Connie “Lovely” Jackson highlighting dishes for festive instances followed by “Tregaye’s Way” at 12:30 p.m., with chef Tregaye Fraser of Atlanta pairing foodstuff from distinctive locations to develop fast household foods.
“Food Fantasies” at 1 p.m. will characteristic some exciting banter and foods prompted by questions like “What’s the just one dish you would make if calories didn’t rely?” or “What’s the meal you would make for your 9-12 months-outdated self?” with cooks Eddie Jackson, Nyesha Arrington, Jernard Wells, Darnell Ferguson, Danni Rose, Amaris Jones, Kelli Ferrell, Jocelyn Delk Adams, Gerry Garvin and Kiano Moju.
Then, at 1:30 p.m., Holland is up. The exhibit by the founder of Brown Sugar Kitchen is explained by the network as a “stand-and-stir” structure, with Holland discussing and demonstrating how to “cook nearby whilst considering world-wide.”
Holland burst on to the Oakland scene extra than a ten years back, introducing diners to her new-design soul meals. Given that then, she has gained Michelin Bib Gourmand honors for delicacies that is fantastic nonetheless still affordable, revealed a cookbook (“Brown Sugar Kitchen area: New-Design and style, Down-Residence Recipes from Sweet West Oakland”) and appeared on the Meals Network’s “Top Chef.”
Her Brown Sugar Kitchen area is presently cooking for takeout and shipping and delivery as well as preparing meals for nonprofits through the Oaklanders Serving Oaklanders initiative.
She also just wrapped up her initially period of “Tanya’s Desk,” a podcast that place cultural, culinary and social problems on the front burner. According to her newsletter, she is presently scheduling company for the next time on Muddhouse Media.
Specifics: 2295 Broadway, Oakland www.brownsugarkitchen.com