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Actress Patricia Heaton Is Getting Her Own Home Entertaining Show on Food Network

Actress Patricia Heaton Is Getting Her Own Home Entertaining Show on Food Network


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Heaton might entertain people with comedy, but she can also entertain her guests

Patricia Heaton's new show Patricia Heaton Parties will air October 24.

Patricia Heaton is getting her own show on Food Network called Patricia Heaton Parties.

The actress is known for her roles in sitcoms like Everybody Loves Raymond and The Middle. On the new show, which will air during daytime hours, she will share her favorite party foods and home-entertaining tips.

In the premiere episode, Heaton will host a Halloween party by making tombstone and coffin grilled cheese, smoky tomato soup, zombie punch with eyeball ice cubes, spooky salad with blood dressing, and candied pretzel parts. Heaton’s co-stars from The Middle will join her.

“While everybody knows Patricia Heaton as a talented and hilarious actress, until now only her family and friends have experienced her fantastic at-home parties,” Bob Tuschman, general manager and senior vice president of Food Network, said in a press release. “Audiences will now get a humorous and intimate look, at home with Patricia, as she shares her tips and ideas for entertaining.”

Patricia Heaton Parties is a six-episode series. The first episode will air on Saturday, October 24.


Homemade Podcast Episode 18: Patricia Heaton on the Joys of Family, Food, and Finding a Fulfilling Second Act

Pursuing a second act? Take a cue from Patricia Heaton.

Emmy Award-winning actress, comedian, and author Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra Barone on 𠇎verybody Loves Raymond," has reinvented herself more than a few times. Her gigs, as she calls them, range from delivering room service to co-starring in one of the most popular sitcoms of its time to hosting “Patricia Heaton Parties” on Food Network. Another defining role for Heaton has been that of mother. Now, with her four sons grown and moved out, Heaton continues to redefine herself. She even writes about the idea in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention.

On this episode of Homemade, Heaton tells host Martie Duncan about raising four sons while working full time, cooking for two, and her plans to lean on family and comfort food during the holidays. Tune in for Heaton’s takes on popovers, paella, Thanksgiving leftovers, and more. Download it for free atਊpple Podcasts, Spotifyਊnd anywhere else you listen to podcasts beginning October 7.


Homemade Podcast Episode 18: Patricia Heaton on the Joys of Family, Food, and Finding a Fulfilling Second Act

Pursuing a second act? Take a cue from Patricia Heaton.

Emmy Award-winning actress, comedian, and author Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra Barone on 𠇎verybody Loves Raymond," has reinvented herself more than a few times. Her gigs, as she calls them, range from delivering room service to co-starring in one of the most popular sitcoms of its time to hosting “Patricia Heaton Parties” on Food Network. Another defining role for Heaton has been that of mother. Now, with her four sons grown and moved out, Heaton continues to redefine herself. She even writes about the idea in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention.

On this episode of Homemade, Heaton tells host Martie Duncan about raising four sons while working full time, cooking for two, and her plans to lean on family and comfort food during the holidays. Tune in for Heaton’s takes on popovers, paella, Thanksgiving leftovers, and more. Download it for free atਊpple Podcasts, Spotifyਊnd anywhere else you listen to podcasts beginning October 7.


Homemade Podcast Episode 18: Patricia Heaton on the Joys of Family, Food, and Finding a Fulfilling Second Act

Pursuing a second act? Take a cue from Patricia Heaton.

Emmy Award-winning actress, comedian, and author Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra Barone on 𠇎verybody Loves Raymond," has reinvented herself more than a few times. Her gigs, as she calls them, range from delivering room service to co-starring in one of the most popular sitcoms of its time to hosting “Patricia Heaton Parties” on Food Network. Another defining role for Heaton has been that of mother. Now, with her four sons grown and moved out, Heaton continues to redefine herself. She even writes about the idea in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention.

On this episode of Homemade, Heaton tells host Martie Duncan about raising four sons while working full time, cooking for two, and her plans to lean on family and comfort food during the holidays. Tune in for Heaton’s takes on popovers, paella, Thanksgiving leftovers, and more. Download it for free atਊpple Podcasts, Spotifyਊnd anywhere else you listen to podcasts beginning October 7.


Homemade Podcast Episode 18: Patricia Heaton on the Joys of Family, Food, and Finding a Fulfilling Second Act

Pursuing a second act? Take a cue from Patricia Heaton.

Emmy Award-winning actress, comedian, and author Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra Barone on 𠇎verybody Loves Raymond," has reinvented herself more than a few times. Her gigs, as she calls them, range from delivering room service to co-starring in one of the most popular sitcoms of its time to hosting “Patricia Heaton Parties” on Food Network. Another defining role for Heaton has been that of mother. Now, with her four sons grown and moved out, Heaton continues to redefine herself. She even writes about the idea in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention.

On this episode of Homemade, Heaton tells host Martie Duncan about raising four sons while working full time, cooking for two, and her plans to lean on family and comfort food during the holidays. Tune in for Heaton’s takes on popovers, paella, Thanksgiving leftovers, and more. Download it for free atਊpple Podcasts, Spotifyਊnd anywhere else you listen to podcasts beginning October 7.


Homemade Podcast Episode 18: Patricia Heaton on the Joys of Family, Food, and Finding a Fulfilling Second Act

Pursuing a second act? Take a cue from Patricia Heaton.

Emmy Award-winning actress, comedian, and author Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra Barone on 𠇎verybody Loves Raymond," has reinvented herself more than a few times. Her gigs, as she calls them, range from delivering room service to co-starring in one of the most popular sitcoms of its time to hosting “Patricia Heaton Parties” on Food Network. Another defining role for Heaton has been that of mother. Now, with her four sons grown and moved out, Heaton continues to redefine herself. She even writes about the idea in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention.

On this episode of Homemade, Heaton tells host Martie Duncan about raising four sons while working full time, cooking for two, and her plans to lean on family and comfort food during the holidays. Tune in for Heaton’s takes on popovers, paella, Thanksgiving leftovers, and more. Download it for free atਊpple Podcasts, Spotifyਊnd anywhere else you listen to podcasts beginning October 7.


Homemade Podcast Episode 18: Patricia Heaton on the Joys of Family, Food, and Finding a Fulfilling Second Act

Pursuing a second act? Take a cue from Patricia Heaton.

Emmy Award-winning actress, comedian, and author Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra Barone on 𠇎verybody Loves Raymond," has reinvented herself more than a few times. Her gigs, as she calls them, range from delivering room service to co-starring in one of the most popular sitcoms of its time to hosting “Patricia Heaton Parties” on Food Network. Another defining role for Heaton has been that of mother. Now, with her four sons grown and moved out, Heaton continues to redefine herself. She even writes about the idea in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention.

On this episode of Homemade, Heaton tells host Martie Duncan about raising four sons while working full time, cooking for two, and her plans to lean on family and comfort food during the holidays. Tune in for Heaton’s takes on popovers, paella, Thanksgiving leftovers, and more. Download it for free atਊpple Podcasts, Spotifyਊnd anywhere else you listen to podcasts beginning October 7.


Homemade Podcast Episode 18: Patricia Heaton on the Joys of Family, Food, and Finding a Fulfilling Second Act

Pursuing a second act? Take a cue from Patricia Heaton.

Emmy Award-winning actress, comedian, and author Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra Barone on 𠇎verybody Loves Raymond," has reinvented herself more than a few times. Her gigs, as she calls them, range from delivering room service to co-starring in one of the most popular sitcoms of its time to hosting “Patricia Heaton Parties” on Food Network. Another defining role for Heaton has been that of mother. Now, with her four sons grown and moved out, Heaton continues to redefine herself. She even writes about the idea in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention.

On this episode of Homemade, Heaton tells host Martie Duncan about raising four sons while working full time, cooking for two, and her plans to lean on family and comfort food during the holidays. Tune in for Heaton’s takes on popovers, paella, Thanksgiving leftovers, and more. Download it for free atਊpple Podcasts, Spotifyਊnd anywhere else you listen to podcasts beginning October 7.


Homemade Podcast Episode 18: Patricia Heaton on the Joys of Family, Food, and Finding a Fulfilling Second Act

Pursuing a second act? Take a cue from Patricia Heaton.

Emmy Award-winning actress, comedian, and author Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra Barone on 𠇎verybody Loves Raymond," has reinvented herself more than a few times. Her gigs, as she calls them, range from delivering room service to co-starring in one of the most popular sitcoms of its time to hosting “Patricia Heaton Parties” on Food Network. Another defining role for Heaton has been that of mother. Now, with her four sons grown and moved out, Heaton continues to redefine herself. She even writes about the idea in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention.

On this episode of Homemade, Heaton tells host Martie Duncan about raising four sons while working full time, cooking for two, and her plans to lean on family and comfort food during the holidays. Tune in for Heaton’s takes on popovers, paella, Thanksgiving leftovers, and more. Download it for free atਊpple Podcasts, Spotifyਊnd anywhere else you listen to podcasts beginning October 7.


Homemade Podcast Episode 18: Patricia Heaton on the Joys of Family, Food, and Finding a Fulfilling Second Act

Pursuing a second act? Take a cue from Patricia Heaton.

Emmy Award-winning actress, comedian, and author Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra Barone on 𠇎verybody Loves Raymond," has reinvented herself more than a few times. Her gigs, as she calls them, range from delivering room service to co-starring in one of the most popular sitcoms of its time to hosting “Patricia Heaton Parties” on Food Network. Another defining role for Heaton has been that of mother. Now, with her four sons grown and moved out, Heaton continues to redefine herself. She even writes about the idea in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention.

On this episode of Homemade, Heaton tells host Martie Duncan about raising four sons while working full time, cooking for two, and her plans to lean on family and comfort food during the holidays. Tune in for Heaton’s takes on popovers, paella, Thanksgiving leftovers, and more. Download it for free atਊpple Podcasts, Spotifyਊnd anywhere else you listen to podcasts beginning October 7.


Homemade Podcast Episode 18: Patricia Heaton on the Joys of Family, Food, and Finding a Fulfilling Second Act

Pursuing a second act? Take a cue from Patricia Heaton.

Emmy Award-winning actress, comedian, and author Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra Barone on 𠇎verybody Loves Raymond," has reinvented herself more than a few times. Her gigs, as she calls them, range from delivering room service to co-starring in one of the most popular sitcoms of its time to hosting “Patricia Heaton Parties” on Food Network. Another defining role for Heaton has been that of mother. Now, with her four sons grown and moved out, Heaton continues to redefine herself. She even writes about the idea in her recent book, Your Second Act: Inspiring Stories of Reinvention.

On this episode of Homemade, Heaton tells host Martie Duncan about raising four sons while working full time, cooking for two, and her plans to lean on family and comfort food during the holidays. Tune in for Heaton’s takes on popovers, paella, Thanksgiving leftovers, and more. Download it for free atਊpple Podcasts, Spotifyਊnd anywhere else you listen to podcasts beginning October 7.


Watch the video: Patricia Heaton Parties. Food Network Asia (May 2022).