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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, geography, math, history, and more. 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.


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  • The Science of Sugar and the Chemistry of Baking

    Hadley and Delaney join Joanne Chang, the Owner and Head Pastry Chef of the fantastic Flour Bakery in Boston, to focus on the Chemistry of Baking and the Science of Sugar and learn the science behind her sweet and delicious treats!
  • A Taste of Churchill Downs

    Enter the starting gate at Churchill Downs, home of the legendary Kentucky Derby, as Hadley and Delaney join Chef Danielson, Executive Chef of Churchill Downs, to cook up Derby favorites including Kentucky Hot Brown, Bread Pudding Bites, and Kid-Friendly Mint Juleps.
  • A Taste of Maine

    Hadley and Delaney cook up Lobster Pie, Seafood Chowder, and Blueberry Pie with the staff of the Maine Diner. A visit to Libby & Sons provides an exploration of Maine’s blueberry industry and a trip to America’s oldest lighthouse, Maine’s Portland Head Light, serves up Maine’s history.
  • A Taste of the Biltmore

    The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina provides an awe-inspiring backdrop as Hadley and Delaney join Biltmore Executive Chef Kirk Fiore to cook up several North Carolina inspired dishes.
  • Dining At Monticello

    Hadley and Delaney visit Monticello, the historic home of Thomas Jefferson, to learn how dinner was prepared using this Rich Spot of Earth. Hadley and Delaney work in Monticello’s garden, prepare Jeffersonian ice cream, explore Monticello’s dining room, and learn what it was like to dine at Monticello.
  • Amazing After School Snacks!

    Did you know After School Snacks can teach you a lot about the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) subjects? Conduct a carrot based science experiment while making Carrot Chips, engineer Trail Mix Bites, and complete the Zucchini Fries equation as Hadley and Delaney make fun after school snacks with a science and math twist.
  • Making Maple Syrup

    Meet Hadley and Delaney in a Sugar House in New Hampshire to learn how maple syrup and syrup inspired sweets are made!
  • Going Greek!

    Celebrate Greek cuisine and culture with Hadley & Delaney! On the menu will be Spankopita, Mediterranean Shrimp, Stuffed Zucchini, and Honey and Walnut cookies!
  • Viva España!

    Explore Spain’s rich culinary traditions as Hadley and Delaney make delicious paella, empanadas and sangria. It's sure to be fantástico!
  • Down Under Day!

    G'day Mates! Hadley and Delaney transport their kitchen Down Under to cook up Crocodile Bites, Grilled Lamb and Australian Flag Cake!
  • Jetting to Japan

    Hadley and Delaney explore the best of Japanese cuisine with their versions of Miso Soup, Soba Noodle Salad, and Crunchy Edamame Salad!
  • Farm To Table From Tennessee to Virginia

    Hadley and Delaney join Chef Mike Moranski at Flyte Nashville to prepare Carrot Soup and Beet Salad using locally-sourced Nashville ingredients and then explore the origins of America’s farm to table movement by learning about the historic planting and farming practices at Mount Vernon, home to President George Washington.