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TITLE SAVOR THE SOUTHWEST FIESTA
PARTS/LENGTH 3 Hours
PREMIERE  March 2011
HOST  Barbara Fenzl
DISTRIBUTOR  National Educational Telecommunications Association
(NETA)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

To kick-off the re-release of the Savor the Southwest 13-part series, Eight/KAET-
Phoenix brought together many of the original participants to produce a new, live 3-hour cooking show, Savor the Southwest Fiesta.  The new special is hosted by cookbook author and instructor Barbara  Fenzl, host of the original series. Each participating chef will prepare one new recipe and talk about the origins of the culinary heritage that is unique to the American Southwest.

Chefs scheduled to appear include:  Chuck Wiley, Lenard Rubin, Donna Nordin, Janos Wilder, Robert McGrath, Roxsand Suarez Scocos, Vincent Guerithault, and Loretta Barrett Oden.

PRODUCER  A production of Eight/KAET-Phoenix
CREDITS  Executive Producer: Nancy Southgate
Producer: Henry Brodersen
UNDERWRITER Local underwriting possible
PREMIUM INFORMATION The companion cookbook and an updated pamphlet of recipes and a Tips and Techniques DVD are available as pledge premiums.
Pledge levels are: $60, Tips & Techniques DVD;
$100, cookbook and $150 for both the DVD and cookbook.
Station cost is $7 for the Tips & Techniques DVD and $24 for the cookbook.
To order, contact Cathy Lahti at 602-496-7499 or cathy.lahti@asu.edu
PHOTOGRAPHS  Available on request
PUBLICITY CONTACT  Susan Soto
Eight/KAET-Phoenix
(602) 496-0579
WEB SITE www.savorthesouthwest.com

Media Contact:  Colleen O’Donnell Pierce
colleen.pierce@asu.edu
(602) 496-0579
(602) 478-3867 (cell)
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