SEASON 4 HIGHLIGHTS
Twice as Good is a cooking show for kids airing on PBS stations across the country featuring twin sisters Hadley and Delaney. Twice As Good encourages nutritious cooking and healthy eating and uses its recipes and ingredients as a platform to teach science, math, history, and more. Highlights from the fourth season airing in 2016 include an episode filmed at Churchill Downs featuring the culinary traditions of the Kentucky Derby, an episode at Monticello focusing on Jeffersonian foods, and an episode at Boston’s Flour Bakery exploring the Science of Sugar and the Chemistry of Baking. Hadley and Delaney visit the Executive Chef of the Biltmore during an episode focused on Carolina-inspired foods. Nashville’s Flyte Restaurant and Mount Vernon in Virginia serve as backdrops for an episode delving into the farm to table movement. And during the season Hadley and Delaney visit with the Maple Guys to focus on New Hampshire’s culinary traditions and travel to the Maine Diner to concentrate on Maine’s indigenous ingredients. Together, the twelve episodes of season four introduce the viewer to varied food traditions while serving up geography, biology, and nutritional facts along the way. Twice As Good is distributed to the PBS community across the country by NETA (the National Educational Telecommunications Association) and produced and presented in association with New Hampshire Public Television. Please check your local listings for show times in your area.