Monday, August 17, 2015

Dreamweaver Marketing News, WQED’s Rick Sebak Presents “A Few Good Pie Places” and “A Few Great Bakeries”



SEBAK SERVES SWEET SURPRISES WITH PIE PLACES AND BAKERIES
WQED’s Rick Sebak Presents “A Few Good Pie Places” and “A Few Great Bakeries”
on Tuesday, August 25, 2015, at 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on WQED-TV.
PITTSBURGH – Who doesn’t love the delicious first bite of apple pie or the smell of fresh baked bread? What are even better are the places where these sweet treats came from, and we celebrate these special spots in two new PBS documentaries titled A Few Good Pie Places and A Few Great Bakeries. WQED’s popular producer Rick Sebak and his three-person crew started shooting in Pittsburgh, where they visited local favorites Minerva Bakery in McKeesport and Grant Bar in Millvale. They then traveled to the Midwest, New England, the West Coast, and many places in between to check out other outstanding and unusual pie shops and bakeries.
The two documentaries will air back-to-back on Tuesday, August 25, 2015, with A Few Good Pie Places at 8:00 p.m. and A Few Great Bakeries following at 9:00 p.m. on WQED-TV.
Featured pie places include:


• Sluys’ Bakery in Poulsbo, Washington
• Silverbow Bakery in Juneau, Alaska
• Bernice’s Bakery in Missoula, Montana
“Since I was a small kid, I’ve known how important a bakery can be,” said Sebak. “There was a bakery across the street from my elementary school, and it was a frequent stop on my way home. And I know many bakeries here in Pittsburgh where I live now, and I’m fascinated by how they become such a valued part of a neighborhood. Nowadays you often see lists of Ten Best Bakeries or even 50 Best Bakeries, but I don’t understand how anyone can make that claim. These bakeries we feature are all really great, but I wouldn’t pretend to know if they’re the best. So I decided we should just call this program A Few Great Bakeries and we’ll hope to convince people to look for more.”
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