Thursday, March 17, 2016

COOK:30 comes to New Zealand TV

The USA cooking show by popular whole-foods cook, author and cafe owner Jeremy Dixon is coming to New Zealand.

Cook:30, the TV show that proves that fast food can be healthy food, is to screen in New Zealand.

The presenter Jeremy Dixon is the genius behind the Auckland Revive cafes, an Auckland healthy-eating institution for the last 10 years, and the author of the Revive Cookbook series which has sold over 130,000 in New Zealand.

Cook:30 is Dixon’s first television series and was launched on USA Christian TV channel 3ABN from May last year. The 26 programme cooking series will screen in New Zealand on the brand new family TV channel, Hope TV, from this Sunday, 20 March.

"I am excited that I can now share my Cook:30 cooking series on television in my home country here in New Zealand and where Revive has the largest following.  I get such a buzz when people tell me how my cooking techniques have improved their wellbeing - and made their life in the kitchen easier!’ says Jeremy.  

The cookbook Cook:30 went on sale in the USA and New Zealand in May last year, at the same time the USA TV show launched. The book and the television series help inspire busy home-cooks to create delicious, affordable and healthy meals in just 30 minutes.

The Revive and Cook:30 brands are founded on Dixon’s belief that unprocessed whole foods are an essential part of living a long and healthy life. ‘My philosophy is simple: eat fresh, natural products and you’ll feel energized and revitalized.  And it doesn’t need to be expensive’ says Dixon.

Hope Channel is a Christian lifestyle television network owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. A global network, there are 44 Hope Channels worldwide, all of which provide programs that are contextualized to the language and culture of each audience. Focusing on balanced, Christian living, Hope Channel programs cover topics such as mind, body, spirit, family, and community

Cook:30 is available on Hope TV from 20 March:

Sunday 9am, Tuesday 5.30pm, Wednesday 5.30am, Thursday 7.00pm

Broadcasting on Satellite: Freeview Channel 27, Sky Channel 204

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