After five years of marriage, their relationships have come to a dead end – no kids, no common interests, almost no more love is left… When the wife asks for divorce, the husband tries the last remedy to cure their relationships – a scientific method known as "7 dinners"...
"Eighteen years of dinners are condensed in this affectionate family portrait which grew out of a family tradition of taking slides of holiday dinner posing." - James Otis
Bring the tradition of dining together back to your family table with this instructional video course led by consummate hostess (and notorious CEO) Martha Stewart. Offering tips for making delicious and nutritious meals without spending hours in the kitchen, Martha walks you through a menu of chicken, beef, fish and pasta dishes -- even offering a few vegetarian options -- that will have your family satisfied and asking for seconds.
Ten Dollar Dinners is a television program hosted by Melissa d'Arabian. It debuted August 9, 2009 at 12:30 PM EST. Melissa d'Arabian is the winner of the fifth season of The Next Food Network Star. The second season of her program premiered in January 2010 on the Food Network. During this season, she received a new kitchen set, which has the set up similar to a home kitchen. The third season of her program premiered in July 2010. In each show, Melissa d'Arabian shows the viewers how to cook up a dinner for four people based on a $10 budget. She shares tips she personally uses to save money while shopping. Each episode has its own theme and usually consists of an appetizer, main course, and dessert. In the beginning of each episode she recites her promise: "Four people, ten bucks, infinite possibilities".
Doorknock Dinners is a program that aired on Food TV in the late 1990s. The program featured Gordon Elliott taking a guest chef into the home of a busy person/household and cooking the family a dinner using only the items they had in their home. Doorknock Dinners is most notable for giving Paula Deen and Tyler Florence attention, landing Deen a television program, Paula's Home Cooking, that first aired in November 2002. When Iron Chefs Masaharu Morimoto and Rokusaburo Michiba appeared on the show in uniform ahead of Morimoto's first battle against Bobby Flay in New York, the show adapted many Iron Chef mechanics in honor of them, including graphics and announcers as if the challenge was a Kitchen Stadium battle.
Jamie's School Dinners is a four-episode documentary series broadcast on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom from 23 February to 16 March 2005. The series was recorded between Spring to Winter 2004, in which it featured TV chef Jamie Oliver attempting to improve the quality and nutritional value of school dinners at a typical British school, Kidbrooke School in the Royal Borough of Greenwich — a goal which ultimately led to a broader campaign to improve school dinners throughout Britain.