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  • MB 1:02 pm on September 2, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: cooking shows, French Food at Home, Mike O'Neill, Music   

    Mike O’Neill’s Gemini Nom-Nom-Nominated Music 

    Yesterday it was announced that Halifax musician Mike O’Neill was nominated for a Gemini Award for original music for his score to Laura Calder’s cooking show, French Food at Home. Last year Mike won the Gemini. My guess is nobody could stop humming the incredibly catchy theme song, so da-da-da-dee-da-da-dooed their way to checking the Mike O’Neill box.

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    • linda 10:57 pm on November 10, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      just love the show AND love Mike O’Neill’s music

    • Ray Fields 8:35 pm on March 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Love the show. Watch it every day or either tape it for later. How can i get a hold of the theme music that’s played on the show? Is there a CD with the theme songs on it. Willing to pay for the tunes. Thanks.
      Ray

    • Diana Casareale 2:42 pm on November 13, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      I am avid “French Food at Home” aficionado! Love Laura Calder, as well as, I love Mike O’Neill’s music and would love to purchase his CD. Appreciate if you could notify me as to where. Many thanks ~ Diana

  • MB 5:05 pm on April 20, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: conquering the US, cooking shows, ,   

    Food Jammers Joins the Cooking Channel 

    Food Jammers! (photo stolen from their Facebook!)

    Halifax ex-pat Nobu Adilman, along with pals Micah Donovan and Christopher Martin, are headed to the Food Network’s brand new sister channel, The Cooking Channel, with the culinary craziness of Food Jammers and are getting some ink and links in the New Yorks Times to promote their addition to the channel. Hooray!

    The Cooking Channel starts broadcasting in the US at the end of May. Also on the network will be The Spice Goddess, a new Indian cooking show being filmed right here in Halifax by Ocean Entertainment, who you might know as the production company behind Chef at Home and French Food at Home.

     
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