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Friday, January 3, 2014

DeLand's award-winning Cress Restaurant hits big(ger) time, will be on TV Sunday

Posted By on Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 3:56 PM

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TV PARTY! Make a Sunday date with your couch and your remote

Cress Restaurant, Hari and Jenneffer Pulapaka's deservedly award-showered DeLand restaurant, will be featured on the Season Two premiere episode of Emeril's Florida, airing on the Cooking Channel 2:30 pm Sunday, Jan. 5.

This episode, "Coming to America," is all about chefs who came to Florida from other countries—Hari Pulapaka, of course, is from Mumbai, India; host Emeril Lagasse will also interview a chef from Vietnam (BT Nguyen of Restaurant BT in South Tampa), a chef from Paris (Jose Martinez, of Maison Blanche in Longboat Key) and Guillermo Quezada, originally from the Dominican Republic and named Top Florida High School Chef in the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association's ProStart 2013 Competition.

Here's a trailer:

Find out what channel on your cable system it will air here: http://cookingchannel.viewerlink.tv/

If you're busy Sunday afternoon or forget to set your DVR, "Coming to America" also airs 9:30 am Monday, Jan. 6, and 11:30 am Thursday, Jan. 9. Tasty viewing!

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