New PBS Food Series Visits Cape Cod

"The Food Flirts" airs tonight on WGBH
The kick-off episode of the PBS "Food Flirts" series features several Cape destinations (Courtesy photo)

A new food series on PBS airs its first episode tonight at 10 p.m. on WGBH.  

Join the Brass sisters a.k.a. THE FOOD FLIRTS, two passionate food explorers of a certain age on a mission to tackle their culinary bucket list...one bite at a time!

In each episode, the ladies 'flirt' their way into chefs' kitchens to discover two ethnically unique and delicious delights, then head home to experiment and create cross cultural culinary mash-ups to tantalize your tastebuds! 

Tonight's episode...

The Brass Sisters are in for a treat when producer Bruce takes the ladies on a Cape Cod adventure to unwind from exploring their culinary bucket list. Along the way, Sheila and Marilynn ‘flirt’ their way into several kitchens, discovering a melting pot of sweets and treats along the way from American to Greek to South African and more!

The episode features several Provincetown landmarks:

  • Roux guest house 
  • Crown and Anchor with chef Michele Ragussis 
  • Spindlers
  • The Shell Shop
  • Cabot’s Candy
  • Namaste Spa
  • Angel Foods

In Eastham they visited Karoo restaurant with Chef Sanette Groenewald. 

The series kicks off nationally tonight in most PBS markets.  On WGBH, the episode airs on Friday, July 6 at 10:00 p.m. It will be rebroadcast on CH.2 on Saturday, July 7 at 1 p.m. and at 2:00 on Ch. 44.

You can see a preview of tonight's episode here.

A series preview is available below.


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