New York, NY, February 20, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Part cooking show, part docu-series, the "Cooking with Granny" web series will launch on YouTube on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015. The 10-minute web series will air every Tuesday at 8:00 PM (EST) for nine weeks. In each episode, a grandmother from a different culture invites us into her kitchen to share a traditional family recipe and a touching life story. The series will also take viewers on a journey through ethnic grocery stores in East Flatbush, Brooklyn; Chinatown, Manhattan; and Flushing, Queens. Greek octopus stew, Indian vegetable curry and Caribbean hot sauce will be served alongside tales of World War II, the Cold War, immigration to the U.S., domestic violence, and the gendered role of cooking in families.
“It’s a different kind of cooking show,” says Caroline Shin, the creator of “Cooking with Granny.” “It’s like fine wine with cheese -- the perfect pairing of traditional family recipes with authentic life stories.”
Prior to the series premiere, Ms. Shin will host a launch party at 6:30pm on Feb. 24, 2015. There will be a screening of the premiere episode; Q&A with the show’s creator and cast; and delicious Korean-style pork belly, the featured food from the premiere episode.
The screening at 8PM and the Q&A session immediately following the screening will be livestreamed at: http://bit.ly/16zUhbr.
Online fans can take part in the Q&A by leaving comments and questions on the YouTube live stream or on Twitter with the #GrannyCooks hashtag.
About Cooking with Granny
"Cooking with Granny" is a weekly cooking show that documents grandmas' recipes and stories across cultures in and around New York City. The web series will share grandmas' recipes for family-favorite dishes while exploring themes of war, survival, immigration, heritage, gender, culture, heartbreak and love. Funded on Kickstarter, it is created, hosted, and produced by multimedia journalist, Caroline Shin.
About Caroline Shin
Caroline Shin is a native New Yorker and multimedia journalist whose work has appeared in New York magazine (Vulture, The Cut, Grub Street, Daily Intelligencer and the iPad-version), NY1 and CNN.com. Her education spans Columbia Journalism School, Brown University and Hunter College High School.
For more information about Cooking with Granny, please visit: http://bit.ly/1A9GK7Z.
For more information about Caroline Shin, please visit: www.CarolineShin.com or Twitter @carolineshin.