TORONTO, ON – October 7, 2016 – TLN’s Emmy winning celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich cooks up a new season of Lidia’s Kitchen presented by Saputo. Kicking off this Thanksgiving weekend on Sunday, October 9th, watch Lidia weeknights at 7:30P/ET and 11:30P, and enjoy back-to-back episodes on Sundays starting at 6P.
Join the Queen of Italian cuisine for new episodes of kitchen wisdom and common sense cooking as she whips up simple, seasonal, and economical dishes. Learn the perfect techniques to braise turkey, how to stuff crespelle or crepes with tomato and grated cheese, and of course, how to make pasta because in Lidia’s family it’s never “basta!”
Hungry for more Lidia? The premiere of the new season on TV will be complemented by her NEW MasterClass digital series on tln.ca. From making Pizza and Zeppole to Risotto and Gnocchi, these mouthwatering vignettes feature Lidia sharing her kitchen wisdom through masterclass tips and up close and personal interviews.
Lidia’s Kitchen on TLN TV
Weeknights at 7:30P and 11:30P
Sundays at 6P and 6:30P
Lidia’s MasterClass Digital Series on tln.ca
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Telelatino Network Inc. is a Canadian company engaged in the TV channel business as well as media production, digital media distribution and live events production. Telelatino's TV channels consist of 7 owned and operated services as well as Canadian representation of 4 foreign channels. Telelatino's original and primary TV channel is TLN, Canada’s leading "Culturally Connected” specialty channel, launched in 1984 and seen in 6 million homes. In addition, Telelatino offers 6 All-Spanish language TV channels (Univision Canada, TeleNiños, Cinelatino, Centroamerica TV, WAPA America, Television Dominicana), 3 All-Italian language channels (Mediaset Italia Canada, Sky TG24 Canada, TeleBimbi), and an English language sports channel (EuroWorld Sport). Telelatino’s 100% Spanish language and 100% Italian language TV channels, Univision Canada and Mediaset Italia, enjoy the distinction of being Canada’s most widely distributed foreign language channels. Telelatino also develops and produces a wide variety of TV, digital media and live event productions including the well-known annual festivals “Salsa in Toronto”, “Salsa on St. Clair”, and “Salsa at Blue Mountain”. Telelatino Network is majority owned by Corus Entertainment, a leading Canadian-based media company.