Just hot off the health news press, Lisa Lillien, aka The Hungry Girl, will have her own television show on the newly launched Cooking Channel, which just premiered over the Memorial Day weekend, and was created by the makers of the Food Network.
Here’s a description of the new show from the Hungry Girl’s website:
“You’ll be getting 13 half-hour episodes of guilt-free fun and general HG madness! Not only will Lisa be whipping up recipes and sharing tips ‘n tricks in the kitchen, but she’ll also be out and about helping humans navigate the supermarket aisles, testing foods at the lab, and showing up in unexpected places to help solve the world’s fatty-food dilemmas.”
No exact word yet on when the Hungry Girl cooking show will air, but the tentative premiere date is sometime later this year.
We’ll be sure to keep you posted and bring you highlights from the show following each episode.
In the meantime, sharpen your knives and brush up on your Hungry Girl cooking skills with these low-cal and creatively delicious Hungry Girl cookbooks: