Newsworthy: PGEW on the 5 O’clock News!

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Yesterday marked the day when the little news spot CBS13 did on yours truly would air on the 5 o’clock news feature, “Save With Dave” with Dave Bender, and boy was I a ball of nerves! Though I knew we had captured some pretty good footage of me babbling incessantly about one topic or another (as if I didn’t already talk enough; stick a camera in my face and apparently that increases by about 85%), I didn’t know exactly what would be used in the final story. Alas, my worrying was in vain because the feature was really well done and I think I did okay for being my first time on TV. I love that they showed how much a family of 4 could save by eating in with one of my recipes! I don’t think I’ve ever calculated things that way before, so that was interesting to see.

Anyway, to those of you who are just stopping by for the first time because of the news feature, welcome to Poor Girl Eats Well! I hope you enjoy the recipes and tips I share with everyone, as well as the occasional restaurant review. If you have any questions at all on tips, recipes or site navigation, don’t hesitate to email me.

For those of you who are never home in time for the 5 o’clock news, and especially for those who live nowhere near Sacramento, click on the following link to watch the video of PGEW doing what she loves best.

And now, back to your regularly scheduled programming. :)

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3 Responses to "Newsworthy: PGEW on the 5 O’clock News!"

  1. Bryna says:

    Congrats on your, first of many, 15 minutes of fame!!!

  2. Lesley says:

    Great segment!!

  3. PamY says:

    I realize you dont know me, but I've been following your blog for a while now. After seeing the clip from the news, I just have to say "I'm very proud of you!". You did a wonderful job in front of the camera in spite of how you feel you did. Congratulations! Great job done!


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