Catch Sunny Anderson on Her New Show This Fall: Home Made in America With Sunny

By: Sarah De Heer
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Join Sunny Anderson as she hits the road to track down the unsung heroes of the American culinary world: home cooks. Sunny travels across the country to discover the inspirational stories of the people behind the recipes, while learning a few tips and tricks of her own on her show Home Made in America with Sunny Anderson premiering Saturday, October 6 at 9:30am ET/PT. Whether Sunny tastes Grandma Williams' authentic squash pie, which is the talk of Fayetteville, N.C. or Mary's high-demand granola recipe, these homemade recipes tell a story, and each starts in the home kitchen.

This road trip will have Sunny traveling through Baton Rouge, La., to try a shrimp bisque family recipe, Oklahoma for award-winning barbecue brisket and Texas for the best home-smoked ribs in town. One episode has Sunny exploring her own stomping grounds in Brooklyn, N.Y., to find Carmen Rodriguez, a home cook turned business owner creating buzz with her unique cupcakes.

Tune in to this six-episode daytime series: Premieres Saturday, October 6 at 9:30am ET/PT.

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