Over the past two years, all the digital channels that have popped up on your television have created a huge demand for fresh, original content.
It’s apparent on public television, and Create TV is a perfect example of rich programming with a broad appeal.
One of the rising stars of that channel is a first-generation Lebanese-American chef named Julie Sageer who was given the name “Julie Taboulie” as a child and the name stuck.
Ms. Taboulie joined us on The Dougherty Report recently to talk about her show and the differences between Lebanese cuisine and other foods from the Middle East.
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Elizabeth Dougherty has been a writer for over 10 years, and holds a Bachelor’s degree, Magna Cum Laude from NYIT. She has been a talk show host of nearly 300 episodes of radio which air each Saturday morning at 8 on the Business Talk Radio Network nationwide, Saturday afternoons at 4 on flagship WWBA AM820 News, and Sunday mornings at 8 on the Space Coast on WIXC AM1060 News, respectively. You can read her articles and hear previous shows on her podcast page on the The Dougherty Report website and on Facebook.