Rick Bentley

‘Moveable Feast’ returning to the Central Valley

The public television series “Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking” will make a return trip to the Central San Joaquin Valley. Chefs David Kinch and Ludo Lefevre will cook dinner for an episode to be filmed Sunday, June 14.

Fresno joins Nashville, Miami, Austin, and Maui as stops for the third season of the show hosted by Australian celebrity chef, Pete Evans. He will team with the chefs to create feasts in the company of friends and family.

It will be just over a year since the crew was here.

Jeff and Julie Bortolussi’s Kingsburg farm was the setting for a second season episode of the cooking show. It was filmed in May 2014 and aired in late January on ValleyPBS. The chefs were David Lentz, owner of The Hungry Cat in Los Angeles, and former Valley resident Anthony Lamas, winner of Food Network’s Extreme Chef.

For more information on the series go to www.finecooking.tv/.