Sweet or Savory, Crispy or Gooey, "Unwrapped 2.0" Offers a Look at your Favorite Snacks

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01 February 2015
Unwrapped 2.0
Photo: Courtesy of Cooking Channel
 “Unwrapped 2.0”
Monday, February 2 at 10 PM on the Cooking Chanel
          Based on food network’s series, “Unwrapped,” Unwrapped 2.0 is a fun and fascinating look at the amazing processes, great stories and interesting people behind the creation of America's favorite snacks. Hosted by Alfonso Ribeiro, "Unwrapped 2.0" features everything from classic childhood treats to the latest candy crazes. Whether you like your snacks sweet or savory, crispy or gooey, "Unwrapped 2.0" offers behind-the-scenes access to get you a front row seat to see them made.
Premiere episode, “Southern Treats”:
          Join host Alfonso Ribeiro in the land of Dixie to see how a few of our favorite sweet Southern treats are made. Watch GooGoo Clusters take a bath in chocolate, Red Bird Peppermint Puffs earn their stripes, and find out the sweet secret behind Carolina Foods' Honeybun. And don't forget the Cheerwine!
          Alfonso Ribeiro, best known for his role as Carlton Banks on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, is also an established television director, actor and host and voice-over artist. Alfonso made his television debut opposite Ricky Schroder in the long-running sitcom Silver Spoons, making him an instant teen idol. Starting his acting career at the age of eight, Alfonso landed his first starring role in the Broadway musical The Tap Dance Kid, where he was signed to famed music label Island Records. He became an overnight sensation, enamoring the likes of Michael Jackson, who enlisted Alfonso in the infamous Pepsi commercial. After taking time to attend Cal State University, Los Angeles where he earned a Theater Arts education, Alfonso was then approached by Quincy Jones to appear with L.L. Cool J in the series In the House. Alfonso most recently competed and won season 19 of Dancing with the Stars.
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