Oakland chef Tanya Holland’s Television set display will make debut on Oprah community

Just months soon after launching a podcast series, Tanya Holland — Oakland superstar chef, soul-foodstuff specialist and cookbook creator — is branching out to Television set.

“Tanya’s Kitchen Table” will premiere Saturday, Nov. 14, on the Oprah Winfrey Community together with a few other all-new cooking exhibits, all showcasing African-American chefs.

Weekly episodes for this year are scheduled to operate by way of Dec. 26.

The culinary shows are a new emphasis for the community introduced by Winfrey in 2011.

“We’re psyched to introduce for the initially time a programming block of pleasurable-crammed cooking demonstrates and glimpse forward to building Saturday afternoons on Own a new spot for foodies,” Tina Perry, president of the community, said in a statement.

The block of programming kicks off at noon with “Lovely Bites,” with Chicago chef Connie “Lovely” Jackson highlighting dishes for festive occasions adopted by “Tregaye’s Way” at 12:30 p.m., with chef Tregaye Fraser of Atlanta pairing foods from various areas to develop rapid spouse and children meals.

“Food Fantasies” at 1 p.m. will attribute some fun banter and meals prompted by inquiries like “What’s the a single dish you would make if energy didn’t rely?” or “What’s the meal you would make for your 9-12 months-outdated self?” with chefs 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 area is explained by the network as a “stand-and-stir” structure, with Holland speaking about and demonstrating how to “cook community although wondering world-wide.”

Holland burst on to the Oakland scene additional than a ten years in the past, introducing diners to her new-design and style soul foods. Due to the fact then, she has acquired Michelin Bib Gourmand honors for delicacies that is fabulous but nonetheless cost-effective, printed a cookbook (“Brown Sugar Kitchen area: New-Fashion, Down-Household Recipes from Sweet West Oakland”) and appeared on the Meals Network’s “Top Chef.”