It seems like everywhere we look, someone from the Capital Region is being featured on television. After the success of Dan Raymond on Food Network's Holiday Baking Championship, there's another Upstate New Yorker showing TV how great we are!
You know that feeling, you're watching television or a movie and someone mentions "Albany," "Schenectady," or another place in the Capital Region and it's so cool to see. Well, coming up on one of my favorite channels, you'll be able to see a local restauranteur tr…
Right around this time last year, Vinnie asked about which shows you thought should be on "Triple D." Well, it's a year later, Food Network still hasn't been here so maybe they need a little push. Here are some of my ideas, what do you think?
I love the Food Network, I'm obsessed with all things TV and food so it's seriously the perfect place for me. I always see these stars traveling the country and wait for the day for them to stop by the Capital Region.
The last weekend was Mother's Day and the Food Network decided to re-air an old Trisha's Southern Kitchen but this past weekend she was back with something new and easy for college graduates or high schoolers making their way to being independent, Peanut Butter Ramen.
Okay, I admit it, this video series didn't start as I wanted it to but maybe I shouldn't have decided to start a cooking video series the weekend of Easter when everyone came to my house and there was no room in my fridge.
One of my very first events with WGNA was the incredible opportunity to see and meet Garth Brooks and his incredible wife Trisha Yearwood. While everyone was in awe of having the opportunity to talk to Garth Brooks, I had another focus.