What’s Cookin’ at M

M Resort and Cox Communications have teamed up on a new cooking show: Martini Time With Chef Tina Martini.

Martini began hosting cooking classes in January in the made-for-TV kitchen adjacent to the casino’s buffet, dubbed Studio B. The studio-kitchen was previously used for filming Bravo’s popular series, Top Chef: Las Vegas.

New episodes of Martini Time will be shot every week, and will air at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays on Cox channel 96. Shows will also be streamed live on Cox’s website, cox96.net, for two weeks after the air date. The new cooking show comes just months after PBS’ locally focused cooking show, ChefLive—which featured chef Luciano Pellegrini (Valentino) among other gustatory notables—went Web-only.

Martini continues to host eight weekly cooking demonstrations in Studio B, at noon and 4 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays. Tickets to see Martini in Studio B are $40 and include admission to the buffet after class.

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