Friday, December 13, 2013

Amy Thielen's Heartland Table Renewed For 2nd Season

Amy Thielen's Heartland Table, which premiered on the Food Network in September, has already been renewed for a 2nd season.  Look for the season to begin some time in March on the Food Network.

Amy Thielen announced on her Facebook page:
"Food Network announces it! "#HeartlandTable will be back early next year." THANK YOU to everyone who asked for more! I'm putting my all into season 2."


Heartland Table's first season was a 6-episode season produced by Lidia Bastianich's company, and started around the same time of her book release.  Heartland Table had a lot of comments about people liking the show and her book is highly rated, so it seems that people like Amy Thielen and her Midwestern concept of cooking.

35 comments:

  1. Glad to hear it.

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  2. Hated it . Sorry but the recipes just don't seem that great or relatable

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  3. All of the women are bad choices! But thank goodness it's not obnoxious
    Giada !!!

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  4. I love originality on television! ;-) First, "The View" then "The Talk." Now, "The Chew" is followed by "The Kitchen." Could we at least get a better title, please?


    I agree that the female hosts aren't super exciting.

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  5. How kewl! Thank you Food Network! I thought she was...gone, and hated to see her go. She makes good food. Things I would eat. This is good news. Congratulations, Amy!

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  6. Obviously, neither of you two watch Food Network very much or you'd know.

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  7. Who has great & relatable recipes?

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  8. It'll probably be re-named "The Cancelled" after an episode or two.

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  9. are you kidding me ?? Katie Lee ? the most dull, monotone voice and lack of any emotion or enthusiasm, didn't you learn anything from watching her on Top Chef and why they replaced her !

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  10. Zakarian is great to watch on ICA but not for a show like this-he is too structured to be a chat show host.

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  11. I agree. First episode was all about fried bologna? I don't watch FN to learn how to fry gross meat.

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  12. Just another FN Cookie Cutter program...The FN is trying to attract the Younger hip all natural food crowd...I am a hip all natural food person, but...
    The reason why I do not care for the show is because...I am from Minnesota...There was an episode where Amy got into her car and drove to Madison, Wi (or some place like that) to pick up the supplies for her recipes. Once there, She spent time shopping and talking to people and then drove home in time to cook with the items she just got. You know...Driving from where she lives in northern Minnesota to Madison, Wisconsin would take 8 or more hours...one way. How did she get back in time to smile and cook all that food? Continuity in a program would be nice.
    I guess I want to watch a program where I can go to my local stores, pick up what I need, go home and cook. I like a simple show that is not about how special or cute the Cook is. But is about the food. Not a sitcom story line.
    After that, I could not believe in her show any more. I wish her the best...I only say that because I am Minnesota nice.

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  13. I would say that you need to watch more than one episode. Have you made the onion dip? How about the spring chicken? It was amazing! It was great to see local and unassuming foods presented without a lot of unnecessary glam. Thank you bringing us some GREAT Midwestern recipes! Hooray for Season 2!

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  14. Not to be sexist, but it'd be cool if she could've hit "pause" on her figure from that time! :-)

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  15. Your posts are too long.

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  16. Yes you're correct. Way to long. I will edit the length from now on. Happy New year.

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  17. I hope this show is more about healthy eating / cooking than just reg delicious high fat food. It's nice that it's on Saturday mornings. You do need a little more excitement bring on some celebrities .

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  18. How can we get the recipe from the show.?

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  19. How can I get the recipes from Saturday 11, 2014 show featuring chicken, quinoa and kale?

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  20. http://www.foodnetwork.com/the-kitchen/recipes/index.html

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  21. This is a stupid show. All of them have no chemistry and it shows.... Sunny is a stupid leader. Marcela s so stupid and so is Katy Lee. So no should leave their ingle day jobs. They are
    ok by themselves and should not be a group.

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  22. I agree. Need to cancel the show or get more personal people to run it. But not have more than 4 people.

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  23. I agree with you. She is not a very nice person with her Aunt Raffie. So I don't think she is very nice any way.

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  24. Absolutely love the show the food is great and amy is awesome .keep the shows coming.

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  25. You guys are all nuts, it's a fun filled show with entertaining people with great food and kitchen uses. I love the kitchen disasters and helpful hints. How can you not like the into and totally over? Couldn't stand watching "The Chew" can you say "Yawn fest". Love, love, love "The Kitchen" it totally entertains me and I learn a lot of good food hints and what kitchen gadget not to waste my money on. So, suck it you Kitchen haters. I would loved to go to a live taping. These people would be fun to hang out with as a whole group.

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  26. I really like her.

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  27. Love Amy Thielen & Heartland Table. It's the best cooking show on Foodnetwork!!! So glad it was renewed for a second season. She is so articulate & down to earth.

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  28. I really like her show and her recipes. I don't live anywhere near Minnesota and don't have access to all the ingredients she uses...so, I substitute things in and all has been good! Haters need to keep an informed opinion if they feel the need to share. I mean, come on, it is a television show and meant for entertainment...just saying. Thanks Amy and hope you continue with your show!

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  29. I enjoyed her and the show but, it appears to not be on any longer. Whenever I check the TV schedule via the Internet, it gives appearance times but, they don't materialize. I watch these shows to learn "personal cooking skills." I don't get any from "Diners, Drive-ins, Dives" so I don't make any effort to watch those which appear to be nothing but, platforms for the characters rather than the teaching of anything.

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  30. Don't watch,then! I liked it.

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  31. Just good old fashioned Mid-Western eats. Love it. Loved Bologna Days, in fact I'm watching it right now.

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  32. Great show took me a while to get into it.all different personalities but food ideas work well; best Sunny and Geoff!!

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  33. It is great to see what trained chefs do with quality ingredients. Bologna gross meat???? Clearly Tylor did not see the quality of the product or the pride put into its making. It certainly isn't Oscar Myer. FN needs more shows like this one!

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