Warning: You can’t help but get hungry while watching this show!
The pizza is coming out of the parlor as Father Dominic Garramone, bread baker extraordinaire, trades in his loaf
pans for a wooden peel to serve up a delicious new special. Pizza Night with Father Dom takes viewers from dough to dinner table
with recipes, techniques and culinary insights that prove this family favorite can be so much more than greasy fast food. This
new WTVP production premieres Monday, March 7 at 7 p.m.
With Father Dom, making pizza at home is simple and provides an ideal opportunity to spend quality time with family
and friends. He encourages his audience to start with the freshest ingredients, a little imagination and a job for everyone.
Traditional pizza with an American-style crust, fresh marinara sauce and lots of mozzarella is, of course, on the menu.
But Father Dom pushes beyond the typical to also introduce Italian-style crusts, a variety of sauces, and delicious toppings you never
knew were made for pizza. Along the way, he debunks myths, demonstrates tools, and shares a few tips he’s had to learn the hard
way—all with his signature charm and love of teaching.
Philly Cheesesteak Pizza with Provolone
Italian-style Pizza with Spinach Pesto
Italian-style Pizza with Asparagus and Mornay sauce
Pizza Night with Father Dom was taped on location in the kitchens of the Culinary Arts Institute at Illinois Central
College with prep and cooking support from their chefs in training as well as students from St. Bede’s Academy. The program is
directed by WTVP Senior Producer Todd Pilon. The program will encore Saturday, March 12.
For further information contact Linda Miller, WTVP Vice President of
at (309) 495-0591 or firstname.lastname@example.org