The Star (Nairobi)

7 November 2012

Kenya: Kiss TV Snaps Up Dads Can Cook Show

Kiss TV premiered the award-winning Dads Can Cook show on Sunday, with Resolution Health CEO, Peter Nduati, cooking a luxurious, mouthwatering shepherd's Pie.

The show was one of three shows that won an award at the just-concluded DISCOP Africa content conference in the Best TV Format category.

The show gets the Kenya corporate big shots, sports celebrities and entertainment celebrities out of their usual settings of boardrooms, playing fields and concert stages to show us their skills in the kitchen as they make their favourite dishes.

The show gives us a unique look at the biggest names in the region and shows us the softer side of the Kenyan corporate celebrities and is hosted by Nini Wacera, famous for her roles in Changes and Nairobi Half Life.

The show runs every Sunday at 8.30pm on Kiss TV. It will host Rugby legend Sasha Mutai this Sunday. Those who missed the Sunday premiere can catch up with Peter Nduati's culinary TV debut in the repeat this Saturday at 4pm.

Head of Kiss TV, Makari Kituyi, said, "It is extremely exciting for us to have a unique, award-winning, Kenyan show on our TV station. This sets a great precedent for our upcoming new season and viewers can expect us to continue to improve on our offering and capture them with award-winning, captivating entertainment."

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