LGBTQ Streaming Network Revry Premieres New Cooking Series

Friday June 4, 2021
Originally published on May 25, 2021

Do you need some fresh ideas for the kitchen? Look no further than "Jonathan's Kitchen: Seasons to Taste," a new eight-episode cooking show starring Jonathan Bardzik.

Now available on the LGBTQ streaming network Revry, the new series showcases seasonally-inspired recipes and features appearances by Central Farm Markets and MeatCrafters owner Debra Moser and award-winning, bestselling author, chef, television personality, and Mediterranean diet advocate Amy Riolo.

Bardzik is the author of three cookbooks, including "Seasons To Taste: Farm-Fresh Joy for Kitchen and Table" (Story Farm & Tarnów Entertainment), which was the inspiration for the new cooking show. Bardzik even charms his parents and his husband, Jason, as guests.

The show introduces viewers to new recipes and techniques accessible to beginners that are still innovative enough for experienced home cooks.

Bardzik is self-taught and started cooking professionally 10 years ago, and got his start by performing in front of live audiences with weekend demos at the historic Eastern Market in Washington, D.C., where he and Jason reside.

Bardzik grew up eating fresh food from his parents' garden and learned about farming and plants from his father, who holds a Ph.D. in plant and soil science. Combining his experience with his family's garden center business, from earning an MBA degree, and spending 11 years working in marketing for a national trade association, he uses his talents to share food and cooking stories that offer audiences a unique perspective on working in the kitchen.

"It's been a joy watching Jonathan bring his TV show concept to life. He really wanted it to be a joyful show and celebrate community, family and friends." said executive producer Richard G. Jones. "The outcome is like a buffet for the soul, that will uplift anyone who watches it."