BOSTON, May 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Twice As Good Show and its featured co-hosts, Hadley and Delaney Robertson, have received three regional Emmy nominations. The National Academy of Television's Boston/New England Chapter announced the nominations on May 9, 2017. In the Children/Youth category, the show and its cast and crew were nominated for two episodes: The Science of Sugar and the Chemistry of Baking which was filmed in Massachusetts and The Taste of Maine episode which was filmed in Maine. Hadley and Delaney Robertson were also separately nominated as co-hosts in the On-Camera Talent Program-Host/Moderator category.
Now in its sixth season, Twice As Good recently filmed its 60th episode. Each episode is filmed in a featured city, state or region and highlights a renowned local guest chef cooking signature recipes alongside the co-hosts. In between recipes, the show introduces its viewers to the history and culture of the featured location. In the episode entitled A Taste of New York, Tavern on the Green Executive Chef Bill Peet shares several New York inspired dishes, and in between recipes the show explores the Statue of Liberty, Broadway, Central Park, and the American Museum of Natural History.
In the nominated episode The Science of Sugar and the Chemistry of Baking, Hadley and Delaney join James Beard Foundation Outstanding Baker Award Winner Joanne Chang, the Owner and Head Pastry Chef of Flour Bakery in Boston, to focus on the science behind her well-known desserts.
In the nominated episode A Taste of Maine, Hadley and Delaney cook Lobster Pie, Seafood Chowder, and Blueberry Pie with the staff of the Maine Diner and make a trip to America's oldest lighthouse, Maine's Portland Head Light.
The Emmy ceremony this year will take place on June 24, 2017 at the Marriot Boston Copley Place in Boston, MA.
About Twice As Good: Twice as Good is a cooking show for kids airing on PBS stations across the country featuring twin sisters Hadley and Delaney Robertson. Now in its sixth season, Twice As Good encourages nutritious cooking and healthy eating and uses its recipes and ingredients as a platform to teach science, geography, math, and history. Twice As Good is distributed to the PBS community across the country by NETA (the National Educational Telecommunications Association) and produced and presented in association with New Hampshire Public Television.
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