the anything and everything talk and entertainment TV show
FPA and Potluck are going high def! More information as soon as it is available!
Hi! I'm the producer of the show, Gayle Yiotis, and no, Potluck is not a cooking show (although that doesn't mean we won't have cooking segments), it's a talk show. I named it Potluck because you just never know what we'll dish up next on this show. We will interview interesting people from all walks of life in the DC Metropolitan area, and even beyond.
Please scroll down to "Update" for news of upcoming shows.
Introducing our new Potluck host, Laura Hartman. Having grown up with parents in the theatre, Laura Hartman was put on stage at the tender age of four. She took drama classes and landed roles in musicals and plays. After high school, she decided that the stage was not to be her full time career, and Laura went off to college to pursue a career in Computer Science.
In 2005, she felt the acting bug nagging at her once again, and decided to get back involved with acting, but by way of the "independent films" route. She worked on a Sci-Fi TV Pilot, produced by Disney, and started to do online interviews with local Independent artists for a show called “Hollywood In Washington DC." For two years, she was the Co-Founder of the World Music And Independent Film Festival.
Laura became a member at Fairfax County Public Access in February of 2011 where she volunteered for production work and behind the camera experience, and later was asked to help out with the “Potuck Show” while Meera was on hiatis. She has since become the co-producer and host of the show, and has enjoyed every moment working with other FPA members like Beth Olson, Ahmed Selim, Peter Scheps, and Co-producer Gayle Yiotis.
Potluck airs on Fairfax Public Access, Channel 10, in Fairfax on Cox cable, and in Loudoun, Arlington, Prince William, and Stafford counties on Verizon FIOS Channel 10, and Comcast in Virginia (channel unknown).
Potluck can also be seen throughout the world on the Internet through YouTube. When they are up, click on the show you want to see on the left navigation bar and you can view the show in its entirety.
Our very first cooking show! Watch Vaishali Kishan cook a wonderful Ayurvedic dish of cauliflower and red potatoes with bar-boiled rice and a side salad. And it was good folks! Vaishali explains why this type of cooking is better for your digestive system and your health.
Cauliflower and Red Potato Stirfry
1 medium head Cauliflower
1 medium red potato
2 tbls olive oil
1/2 tbls cumin seed
1/2 tbls turmeric powder
1/2 tbls coriander powder
1/4 tbls red chili powder
1 tbls or to taste Salt
1/4 cup of coriander leaves
2 cups of Parboiled Rice
1 1/2 cups of water
1 medium cucumber
1 medium red onion
1 medium tomato
2 tbls lemon juice
1/4 tbls ground black pepper
Salt to taste
The second show features a repeat of the Jay Burden show which aired last month. It was so popular we are bringing it back again. Jay is a local musician who will sing a few of his original compositions. Jay is also involved with organizing concerts with local musicians in the DMV area.
Many more interesting shows in the coming months, so keep your eye on Potluck!
Please note: program schedule can be subject to change.
The 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 shows have been archived. Please click on the link on the left navigation bar to access these shows.
A VERY special thank you to my faithful volunteers without whom these shows would not exist: Beth Doermann, Ahmed Selim, Peter Scheps, Tremayne Johnson, Happy Garcia, Paul Koscak, and Jeron Rhodes. YOU GUYS ARE my rock and beyond GREAT!