ETV's 'A Chef's Life' gets a Peabody award

Columbia - The StateApril 2, 2014 

Chef Vivian Howard of 'A Chef's Life.'

PBS

ETV is sharing the accolades for its Peabody award for 'A Chef's Life,' a look at how a North Carolina chef changes gears as she opens a farm-to-table restaurant.

The 13-part series, produced in conjunction with Markay Media, follows Kingston, N.C., chef Vivian Howard as she explores the origins of Southern cuisine while building a fine dining restaurant. Each episode focuses on a single ingredient, and viewers see how the food is featured in the restaurant she runs with her husband, Ben Knight.

The show was shown on PBS; a new season debuts this fall.

The Peabody Awards, one of the highest honors in broadcasting, will be presented May 19 in New York City.

 

 

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