Studio Audience Members Wanted for Cooking Show

Debra Stark, founder of Debra’s Natural Gourmet, in West Concord, is looking for studio audience members for her Eat Well Be Happy cooking show. The program is produced and recorded in Stark’s home kitchen in Acton with the crew from the kitchen at Debra’s Natural Gourmet.

“We shoot four shows from about 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and then the TV crew, cooks and guests all sit down to feast on the food that was made for those shows,” says Stark. “The audience members will not be on camera, so they get to relax and just enjoy. The $150 fee will go to their favorite nonprofits, and the camaraderie and laughs are free.”

Eat Well Be Happy airs nationwide and streams on any device at “It brings back the pleasures of the table and focuses on fresh, local, organic, easyto- make dishes that are always non-GMO,” says Stark. “The food is to die for, the laughs are contagious and people will go home happy, healthier and wanting to cook up a storm.”

Cost: $150, donated to a nonprofit. Location: Debra Stark’s home in Acton. For more information, call 978-371-7573 or visit

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