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    New Scandinavian Cooking inducted in the Taste Hall of Fame

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    New Scandinavian Cooking has been inducted in the Taste Hall of Fame along with other big names, such as Martha Stewart, Gordon Ramsay, and the Culinary Institute of America. This is the second class of Taste TV’s Hall of Fame, and inductees were selected based on either having received numerious Taste Awards and finalist nominations over the years, or having made a significant impact in the world of taste and broadcast entertainment.

    The show is now in its 11th season on American television with over 130 episodes under its belt. The series reaches 76% of all the Public Television channels in the United States, and is watched by tens of millions of Americans each year. It is also broadcast in several other countries across Europe, Asia, and Oceania.

    Look forward to season 12 of New Scandinavian Cooking in spring 2015!

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  • New Scandinavian Cooking has been inducted in the Taste Hall of Fame along with other big names, such as Martha Stewart, Gordon Ramsay, and the Culinary Institute of America. This is the second class of Taste TV’s Hall of Fame, and inductees were selected based on either having received numerious Taste Awards and finalist nominations over the years, or having made a significant impact in the world of taste and broadcast entertainment.

    The show is now in its 11th season on American television with over 130 episodes under its belt. The series reaches 76% of all the Public Television channels in the United States, and is watched by tens of millions of Americans each year. It is also broadcast in several other countries across Europe, Asia, and Oceania.

    Look forward to season 12 of New Scandinavian Cooking in spring 2015!

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