Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Must. Love. Lynne.

Food shows have certainly increased significantly in popularity over the last decade. The ones that keep my butt glued to my seat have more to do with the host than anything. Don't get me wrong, the food plays a huge part, but just like service in a restaurant, the host of a food show needs that certain je ne sais quoi to keep me coming back. And Rogers definitely made the right choice letting Lynne Frappier take over that position in her upcoming new show Must. Love. Food.

If you've ever watched any of the cooking portions with Lynne on Daytime Ottawa, then you'll definitely agree. I could watch her for hours, just as I could sit down and have a meal with her for hours. Her energy is unlike anyone I know, time always goes way to fast when you're with someone that's just so positive and fun. I'm seriously in major countdown mode for April 30th at 8pm (*SHOW IS NOW SUNDAYS AT 8PM). (Oh, and did I mention you'll get a glimpse of my husband at work in the kitchen during one of the episodes!?)


April 2nd, 2012 (OTTAWA) – Local food blogger Lynne Frappier, “The Twisted Chef”, comes to Rogers TV to share her love for food with Ottawa viewers.  Frappier’s new series Must.Love.Food. premieres Monday, April 30th at 8PM on Rogers TV, cable 22.

As Must.Love.Food.’s host and producer, Frappier welcomes viewers to the kitchen and to her foodie world.  Despite being an enthusiastic chef and baker in her own right, Frappier says she’s not the focus of the series.

“It’s a new concept.  I want to showcase great food and the passion people have for their recipes,” explains Frappier. “Some of the recipes my guests will present are family favourites, passed on for generations. You’ll get great recipes and get to meet those who are most knowledgeable about these culinary heirlooms.”

Every week, Must.Love.Food. will feature different local guests preparing their favourite recipes, plus food preparation segments with local ingredients and ideas.  From the best in pies to the most delectable cakes and spicy dishes that will leave you wanting more, Must.Love.Food. is the new TV destination for Ottawa’s best-kept recipes. Here’s a taste of upcoming episodes: 

April 30:            Must.Love.Family Recipes.
May 7:              Must.Love.Entertaining.
May 14:            Must.Love.Pies.
May 21:            Must.Love.Spice.
May 28:            Must.Love.Lemon.
June 4:             Must.Love.Cupcakes.
June 11:           Must.Love.Chocolate.
June 18:           Must.Love.Meat.

Make a reservation for Must.Love.Food., Mondays at 8pm on Rogers TV.  For more information on Must.Love.Food., visit rogerstv.com

Rogers TV is a unique TV channel where community members take an active role in conceptualizing and producing programming for local audiences. Our staff and volunteers produce informative and entertaining local programming, reinforcing Rogers’ commitment to the communities we serve. Rogers Communications is Canada's largest provider of wireless voice and data communications services and one of Canada's leading providers of cable television, high-speed Internet and telephony services. Rogers TV is only available to Rogers’ customers, including the company's 2.3 million cable customers in Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland. For more information on Rogers Communications Inc., visit www.rogers.com


pettersmith said...

Thank you for sharing!
omg that is so freaking cute..........

Karine McCabe said...

Hi everyone,

Please note that Rogers TV has moved up the premiere of Must.Love.Food. to Sunday April 29th at 8PM. Bigger and better air time for such quality programming.

Must.Love.Food. SUNDAYS at 8PM.
Karine McCabe, Rogers TV

Suisha said...

Hi Rachelle,

I realize commenting on this post may not be the most appropriate way to reach you, but I couldn't find your contact information. I hope it's ok.

I'm writing to you on behalf of C'est Japon à Suisha Traditional Japanese Restaurant. We are hosting a special night to showcase Japanese food beyond teriyaki, tempura, and sushi. The event is called Izakaya at Suisha and will be held for one night, Tuesday May 29th. Executive chef, Yamaguchi-san, will be preparing new dishes that reflect the full extent of Japanese cuisine. We will be suspending the regular menu for that night, and serving small plates and drink specials to share. We would love to have you share our event, and come by to give us a review! Please let me know if you'd like to reserve a table or if you have any other questions.
The link is here: http://www.japaninottawa.com/izakaya/
Thank you!

C'est Japon a Suisha
208 Slater Street
(613) 236 9602

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