A mixture of cooking tips and off-beat comedy, the show features chef Ken Kostick and his often-wacky sidekick, actress (and sous chef) Mary Jo Eustace as they cook fast meals in between trading banter and good-natured insults.
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Chef Ken Kostick
originally conceived "What's for Dinner?" as a behind-the-scenes-of-a-TV-show sitcom similar to Home Improvement
(1991) and The Larry Sanders Show
(1992). The concept was adjusted until it became a straight cooking show with comedy overtones. Mary Jo Eustace
was originally to have been the solo host of the series, but Kostick liked the on-camera chemistry he had with her, and so it became a duo act. Later episodes were shot in front of a live audience, and on tour across Canada. See more