Must-WNC TV: Don’t miss these three television programs that feature WNC people and places
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Harvest Eating with Chef Keith Snow Debuts on PBS in October Tryon chef Keith Snow—who you may have read about in the September issue of WNC magazine, in the article “The Fresh Perspective,” —is taking his message about cooking with local and seasonal ingredients to a broader audience. His book, The Harvest Eating Cookbook, hits stores this month, and his new cooking series airs on PBS in October. Visit his website to learn more about him. Blog Cabin DIY Network Thursdays at 9 p.m. Season three of the groundbreaking interactive series, Blog Cabin, has been shot right here in Madison County. Host Amy Matthews and a team of design experts will be building this season’s cabin on a mountainside property provided by The Preserve at Little Pine and in cooperation with Renaissance Ventures, Greenstone Builders, and The Preserve Communities. The premise behind the show is simple: You design it, they build it, you could win it. Internet viewers vote for their favorite log cabin designs and the most popular features are built to specification in an informative, behind-the-scenes series. In case you miss the show, check out episode wrap-ups, read the blogs, and glean other useful tips at Once completed, the cabin will be awarded to a lucky sweepstakes winner in November. The Lazy Environmentalist Sundance Channel Thursdays at 9 p.m. Josh Dorfman is a Brooklyn-based environmental author, radio personality, and television host of the Sundance series The Lazy Environmentalist. But he moved to Asheville this summer, so we’re going to claim him as our own. Dorfman, an expert on green living and consumerism, uses his show to win over skeptics and demonstrate that positive environmental change and an affordable green lifestyle aren’t out of reach. The program is geared toward illustrating that the planet doesn’t have to suffer just because the economy does.