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NY1 Let's Eat

bigmackdaddy Dec 13, 2010 10:37 AM

Does anyone know what when Let's Eat is shown on NY1? Or, is this an upcoming series. In between Yahoo reporting it and NY1's website featuring snippet stories, it's a bit confusing. BTW, I understand that Chow.com and Zagat are producers of the show.

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  1. LNG212 RE: bigmackdaddy Dec 13, 2010 10:54 AM

    From what I gather, there are 3 parts to the new "Let's Eat" thing (and it just started). One each -- Zagat, Chow, and Edible (as in Edible Magazines). Each is supposed to appear on a different day. I thought two of the days were Tuesdays and Saturdays. But I haven't been able to figure out which day the third is. It looks like Chow is the Tuesdays segment and Edible is the Saturdays. There was a Zagat segment today, I think. But I'm not sure if Mondays are that part's regular day.

    I agree their website isn't too helpful on this. It looks like they haven't updated the "About the Programs" page to include this new regular feature along with all the others.

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      MrsT RE: bigmackdaddy Dec 18, 2010 12:32 PM

      I haven't seen the Edible or Let's Eat reports yet, but today I saw my first Chow report. I don't know about anybody else, but I am tired of these rectangle-eyeglass wearing hipster types who use "toe-tah-leee" one too many times in their reports. I do love the Cooking at Home segments with Dan Eaton. He looks like he is cooking in a real NYC kitchen. I can't wait to make his chocolate crackle cookies.

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        LNG212 RE: MrsT Dec 18, 2010 06:30 PM

        I too love the Dan Eaton segments. DH is now addicted to the molasses cookies - recipe and instructions from Dan Eaton! I missed the "episode" and had to watch the segment via internet. The cookies are great made with molasses and apple cider.

      2. alexvb RE: bigmackdaddy Dec 19, 2010 09:00 PM

        Hi, guys.

        CHOW's segments will air Tuesdays in the half hour following 8am, 11am, 1pm, 4pm, 12:30am & 1:30am, and Saturday in the half hour following 6:30pm, 8:30pm, 1:30am, 2:30am, and 3:30am. I hope you enjoy them. They're also here: http://brooklyn.ny1.com/content/lets_...

        Best,

        Alex Van Buren
        Contributing Editor, CHOW.com

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