Great Food Good Neighbors (GFGN) TV Show Season Begins Saturday

Great Food Good Neighbors TV show listing
Great Food Good Neighbors TV show listing

Tune in Saturday, November 29 at 11:30 a.m. on AZTV-7

Discover unique Arizona restaurants and experience gourmet-style camp cooking on Great Food Good Neighbors (GFGN) TV show. Psst we’re compensated…see our disclosures.

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We hope you join us as we launch our first official season as a full 30-minute TV show featuring local restaurants throughout Arizona and gourmet camp cooking with Kim Hanna’s Camping For Foodies. Here are the details:

What: Great Food Good Neighbors (GFGN) TV show
When: Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. beginning November 29
Where: AZTV Channel 7 (Cox Cable 13)
Why: Find great local restaurants, experience gourmet camp cooking and win prizes & gift cards

Here’s a sneak peek of the new foodie TV show:

More about the new foodie TV show:

Local television personalities Tray Goodman and Lisa Acquafredda will co-host the show and take viewers behind the scenes and into the kitchens of two Arizona eateries on each show. Additionally, Kim Hanna, creator and host of Camping For Foodies™, will bring viewers on a journey while cooking gourmet meals on-location at campsites throughout the Maricopa County Regional Park System. “I’m on a campaign to eliminate hotdogs and beans at campsites across the country and I’m thrilled to be part of a weekly program to show viewers how easy it is to eat like a king while camping,” Hanna said.

The season’s premiere show will feature Goodman and Acquafredda visiting Spinato’s Pizzeria and The Standard. Hanna will be making Pumpkin Walnut Pancakes with Mascarpone Drizzle against the backdrop of the sun rising at Usery Mountain Regional Park.

Last season GFGN ran as a pilot show with 5-minute segments within the Morning Scramble on AZTV. “The concept proved to be so popular that we expanded to a weekly 30-minute show with Shamrock Foods joining our sponsor community,” said Joe Reynolds, executive producer for the show.

“I’m really passionate about this show and about our local community,” Acquafredda said. Goodman added, “GFGN isn’t a traditional cooking show because it goes beyond the kitchen and highlights how each business is unique and is a good neighbor.”

The pilot season featured restaurants including Tom’s Tavern, Armadillo Grill, Twisted Rose Winery, Queen Creek Olive Mill, Kiss the Cook, Pomegranate Café, Serrano’s Mexican Restaurant, The Farm at South Mountain and El Chorro Lodge. All episodes can be viewed at GFGN-TV.

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