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NOLA Code: GRTS 00 H1

Program Title: READY TO RIO! SPECIAL with Hubert Keller

Promo: :20 and :30 promos feed following show and available in the PBS Promo Dropbox

Episodes/Length: 1/60 Feed date/Time: Wednesday, June 15, 2016 @ 1300 – 1400ET/HD04 *Feed-For-Record*

Available through NRT: Yes

Closed Captioned: Yes

Stereo: Yes

DVI: No

Format/version: HD Base

Video: 16:9

Suggested TV Ratings: TV-G

Short Description: As the world’s attention turns to Rio de Janeiro for the August 2016 Olympics, Chef Hubert Keller explores and celebrates Rio’s exciting and vibrant culinary scene.

In the show, Chef Keller talks with and learns from Rio’s most celebrated chefs, popular street food vendors, a brewmaster, and Brazilian cookbook author. No one is better suited for a culinary tour of Rio than Chef Keller who worked in Brazil as a young chef. There, he developed a deep understanding of the country’s diverse and wonderful food traditions, ingredients and local dishes.

Suggested Scheduling: Before or in conjunction with the Rio Summer Olympics, 8/5/16 – 8/21/16

Flags: None

Broadcast History: Premiere. Segments of this program are also contained in the four-part 30-minute series GET READY TO RIO! WITH HUBERT KELLER.

Tag: None

Rights: Unlimited releases over three years (UNL/3YRS) beginning 6/15/16; SCH: 1 year; non-commercial cable rights granted; VOD/concurrent with broadcast rights. Royalty free to members and subscribers of the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA).

Producer: Marjorie Poore Productions

Presenter: Vegas PBS Date

Produced: March 2016

Funding: Cuisinart, Sutter Home Winery

Underwriting: Local underwriting permitted providing the company does not manufacture electrical kitchen appliances, or kitchen gadgets, or sell or distribute wine.

Program Website: www.hubertkellersecretsofachef.com

Viewer Contact: info@mpptv.com

Promotional Photos: Available on series’ website

Station relations: Kim Young, kim@theforestandthetrees.com, 214-660-5467

Long description: The program opens with exciting views of Rio’s famous Ipanema Beach, where Hubert is meeting Rio-born cookbook author, Leticia Moreinos Schwartz. Typical of the Rio lifestyle, they go for a run, followed by a stop at one of the ubiquitous juice bars found all over the city.

Afterwards, they head to Rio’s famous pedestrian mall and a tour of Confeitaria Columbo, one of the most elegant teahouses in the world known for its stunning architectural detail.

Chef Keller’s next stop is the beautiful Bar Urca which sits on the scenic Guanabara Bay next to Sugar Loaf Mountain. He is very impressed with the Portuguese-influenced food which he finds both delicious and perfectly prepared.

The next segment introduces viewers to Brazil’s most famous and beloved dish of all: feijoada, a meat and black bean stew. At the Caesar Park feijoada buffet, Chef Keller finds 10 unique feijoadas including some that use some surprising cuts of meat.

In the evening, he heads up to Santa Teresa to find Rio’s most famous street food vendor, the beautiful and elegant Nega Teresa who makes the African dish, Acarajé.

Every time Chef Keller goes to Rio, he visits his good friend, Claude Troisgros who is culinary royalty in Rio. They have lunch at his CT Boucherie restaurant, a Brazilian steakhouse or “churrascaria” considered to have some of the best meat in Rio.

After lunch, Chef Keller asks Claude where his favorite place is for Brazilian home cooking, and Claude takes him to Katia Barbosa and her famous Aconchego Carioca restaurant. Chef Keller is dazzled by her signature dishes, including the Bolinhos Feijoada and Shrimp in Coconut.

Next stop is at one of Rio’s famous Farmers’ Market to wander the stalls filled with wonderful street food and the sweetest fruits and vegetables imaginable.

After all the eating, Chef Keller gets in his steps at one of Rio’s world-famous destinations: the Selaron steps containing over 2000 colorful tiles from all over the world.

Later that day, Chef Keller heads to the restaurant Iraja to meet Chef Pedro Artagão, considered one of Rio’s hottest new chefs. Pedro demonstrates two of his signature dishes, a Caesar Kale Salad and a Picanha Beef with Mandioc Puree.

The final stop is at the storefront of Rio’s most famous microbrewery, Jeffrey Beer which has an art gallery and lab for testing new beers. Chef Keller is invited to a beer and cheese tasting before he leaves.

The final night of his stay, Chef Keller is the guest of honor at a special Carioca (residents of Rio) barbecue arranged by the chefs and foodies he visited while in Rio. Set on the water, there are beautiful and mouthwatering meats sizzling on the grill, everything from roasts and steaks, to sausages and ribs . He also finds a myriad of delicious side dishes and plenty of ice cold beer. The perfect way to end a trip to Rio de Janeiro.

4 X :30s

NOLA Code: GRTR 0100 H1

Program Title: READY TO RIO! with Chef Hubert Keller – 100 series

Promo: :30 series generic promo feeds following #101 and is available in the PBS Promo Dropbox

Episodes/Length: 4/30s Feed date/Time: Wednesday, June 15, 2016 @ 1100 – 1300ET/HD04 (Block feed) *Feed-For-Record*

Available through NRT: Yes

Closed Captioned: Yes

Stereo: Yes

DVI: No

Format/version: HD Base

Video: 16:9

Suggested TV Ratings: TV-G

Short Description: As the world’s attention turns to Rio de Janeiro for the August 2016 Olympics, Chef Hubert Keller explores and celebrates Rio’s exciting and vibrant culinary scene. In the show, Chef Keller talks with and learns from Rio’s most celebrated chefs, popular street food vendors, a brewmaster, and Brazilian cookbook author.

No one is better suited for a culinary tour of Rio than Chef Keller who worked in Brazil as a young chef. There, he developed a deep understanding of the country’s diverse and wonderful food traditions, ingredients and local dishes.

Suggested Scheduling: Before or in conjunction with the Rio Summer Olympics, 8/5/16 – 8/21/16

Flags: None

Broadcast History: Premiere. Segments from this series are also included in the 60-minute GET READY TO RIO! SPECIAL

Tag: None

Rights: UNLIMITED releases over three years (UNL/3YRS) beginning 6/15/16; SCH/1YR; VOD/concurrent with broadcast rights; and non-commercial cable rights granted. Royalty free to members and subscribers of the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA).

Producer: Marjorie Poore Productions

Presenter: VegasPBS

Date Produced: March 2016

Funding: Cuisinart, Sutter Home Winery

Underwriting: Local underwriting permitted providing the company does not manufacture electrical kitchen appliances, or kitchen gadgets, or sell or distribute wine.

Program Website: www.hubertkellersecretsofachef.com

Viewer Contact: info@mpptv.com

Promotional Photos: Available on series’ website

Station relations: Kim Young, kim@theforestandthetrees.com, 214-660-5467

Episode descriptions:

#101 Carioca Favorites Chef Keller meets Rio-born cookbook author, Leticia Moreinos Schwartz at the beautiful Ipanema Beach for a run and juice stop. Afterwards, they head to Rio’s famous pedestrian mall for a tour of Confeitaria Columbo, one of the most elegant teahouses in the world.

Then it is an introduction to Brazil’s most famous and beloved dish of all: Feijoada, a delicious meat and black bean stew. At the Caesar Park feijoada buffet, Chef Keller finds 10 unique feijoadas including some that use some surprising cuts of meat.

The last stop is at the beautiful Bar Urca which sits on the scenic Guanabara Bay next to Sugar Loaf Mountain. Chef Keller is very impressed with the Portuguese-influenced food which he finds both delicious and perfectly prepared.

#102 A Taste of Africa and the Amazon They say you can find the heart and soul of Rio at its famous Farmers’ Markets. Chef Keller browses the stalls filled with wonderful street food and the sweetest fruits and vegetables imaginable.

He joins an EATRIO food tour run by Brazilian food expert, Tom LeMesurier. Afterwards, they head to one of Rio’s very best Amazonian restaurants, Tacaca do Norte, for a real food adventure.

Then a ride up to the beautiful and bohemian Santa Teresa district where they get a taste of bar life in Rio at the celebrated Bar do Gomez. In the evening, they visit Rio’s most famous street food vendor, the beautiful and elegant Nega Teresa who makes the African dish, Acarajé.

#103 Rio Fusion: French & Brazilian Every time Chef Keller goes to Rio, he visits his good friend, French-born Claude Troisgros, who is culinary royalty in Rio. They have lunch at his CT Boucherie restaurant, a Brazilian steakhouse or “churrascaria” considered to have some of the best meat in Rio.

Claude takes Hubert to meet his friend Katia Barbosa for some of the best Brazilian home cooking in Rio. At her famous Aconchego Carioca restaurant, Chef Keller is dazzled by her signature dishes, including the Bolinhos Feijoada and Shrimp in Coconut.

His next food stop is to TT Burger, reputed to have the best burger in Rio. While it looks American on the surface, the burger is Brazilian from the pickle to the bun.

The final destination is to what may be the most romantic and beautiful restaurant in Rio: Aprazivel.

#104 Hip, Hot & Trendy Chef Pedro Artagão, considered one of Rio’s hottest up- and-coming chefs, gives Chef Keller a tour of his restaurant Iraja. Chef Pedro demonstrates three of his signature dishes, including a Caesar Kale Salad and a Picanha Beef with Manioc Puree.

At midnight, Pedro introduces Chef Keller to an insider secret place: Galeto Sats Barbecue in Copacabana, a hotspot for chefs who meet and eat there after their shifts.

The next day Chef Keller visits Rio’s most famous microbrewery, Jeffrey Beer which has an art gallery and lab for testing new beers. Chef Keller is invited to a beer and cheese tasting before he leaves.

The final night of his stay, Chef Keller is the guest of honor at a special Carioca (residents of Rio) barbecue arranged by the chefs and foodies he visited while in Rio. Set on the water, there are beautiful and mouthwatering meats sizzling on the grill, everything from roasts and steaks to sausages and ribs. They are accompanied by a myriad of delicious side dishes, plenty of ice cold beer and some intoxicating music. The perfect way to end a trip to Rio de Janeiro.