*This fall, acclaimed Chef G. Garvin will take viewers on a culinary adventure on the Cooking Channel.
On August 28, 2011, Garvin will debut his one-hour special titled: “Georgia Road Trip with G. Garvin.”
Chef Garvin returns to his to humble roots in Georgia to embark upon the ultimate journey to savor the best foods the region as to offer from Atlanta to Savannah.
From family owned farms, local gems, BBQ Shacks and shrimp boats, Chef Garvin lets his love affair and passion for food lead him on a most rewarding adventure. Be it land, sea and everything in between, Chef Garvin brings his down-home finesse to connect with the locals who are dishing out the best Southern Food in Georgia.
Premiere: Sunday, August 28th at 8pm (EST)
Monday, August 29th at 12am (EST)
Friday, September 2nd at 10pm (EST)
Saturday, September 3rd at 2am and 9am (EST)
Sunday, September 4th at 5pm (EST)
Wednesday, September 7th at 9pm (EST)
Thursday, September 8th at 1am (EST)
Sunday, September 11th at 7am (EST)
Monday, September 12th at 8pm (EST)
Tuesday, September 13th at 12am (EST)
G. Garvin short bio:
Acclaimed chef, cookbook author and host Gerry Garvin (a.k.a. G. Garvin) is most widely known for his television series, Turn Up the Heat with G. Garvin, which ran for seven great seasons on TV One. The show’s increasing popularity earned the talented artist a second series on the same network entitled G. Garvin: The Road Tour.
Garvin’s impressive resume and philanthropic efforts has warranted such accolades as the 2007 Man of the Year award by Women Moving Forward in Business and Third Best TV Chef by Southwest Airlines’ Spirit Magazine in 2006 (behind Jacques Pepin and Emeril Lagasse.) Additionally, Garvin has been a popular guest on both The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Today Show and Good Morning America.
Garvin is also a notable author. His first cookbook, Turn Up the Heat with G. Garvin (Meredith Books) debuted in October 2006. Its widespread success quickly prompted a second printing and won an American Literacy Award. It was also chosen as a participant in the 2006 Library of Congress National Book Festival. Garvin’s highly anticipated sophomore effort, Make it Super Simple with G. Garvin, a collection of recipes for super simple, healthful and delectable dishes, was released in February 2008. Garvin’s third cookbook, aptly titled, Dining In, released on October 7, 2008 and features all new, fine dining recipes that will provide even the most inexperienced cooks with recipes to create the most impressive gourmet meals in their own homes. Garvin has also written other books to be release in the near future; Answers To A Young Culinarian, and currently working on The Sandwich Bible, Live Love Eat and Prayer. As well as The Memoir being Published In Brazil in Portuguese.