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Introducing: Plate Night With Bill Keeler

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Plate Night, which is the premiere local cooking show, is back! Join us right here each Thursday for new episodes of Plate Night with Bill Keeler. Episodes will be available on demand as well.

Plate Night features a new restaurant from the greater Utica area every week.  Chefs show host Bill Keeler how to make two dishes, both of which will be available on their menu for a week so viewers can visit the restaurant for a sample.

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Plate Night Goes Mexican

Watch this new episode of Plate Night featuring New Hartford's Pedro's Kitchen, located across from Kmart in the Men's Warehouse Plaza.

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