Domestic maven Martha Stewart will be debuting a new cooking show this fall. The Martha Stewart Cooking School, named after the same titled cookbook, will be a 30-minute show featured on the PBS network in the United States.
The Martha Stewart Cooking School is aimed at teaching home cooks the basic techniques needed to make classic dishes, from the perfect roasted chicken to chocolate souffle. In a press release, Martha proclaimed her excitement over her new show: ''This new series combines so many of my passions: teaching and encouraging others.''
This will be Martha's second show on PBS. The network previously ran Everyday Food, a show operated under her brand name but which did not feature Martha on air. The show aired for five seasons since 2004.
News of Martha's new show came after the Hallmark Channel announced it would stop airing the Martha Stewart Show in September.
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