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Palate to Palette season 4 premieres April 4 on MPB Television
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Robert St. John, "Elvis" and Wyatt Waters

JACKSON, Miss. – In season four of Palate to Palette, chef Robert St. John and watercolorist Wyatt Waters return home from Italy for their Magical Mississippi Tour. New episodes will air Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. April 4 through May 23 on MPB Television. Encore presentations will air Sundays at noon and Mondays at 10 p.m.

St. John and Waters have visited an assortment of nooks and crannies throughout the state. They’ve seen just about all of Mississippi, and that’s all the more reason to highlight what makes the Magnolia State so, well, magical.

The towns and cities visited this season include Jackson, Greenwood, Indianola, Ocean Springs, Merigold, Tupelo, Starkville, Gulfport, Meridian and Hattiesburg.

Tour stops include the Mississippi Museum of Art, Cathead Distillery, B.B. King Museum, Alluvian Hotel, Grammy Museum, McCarty’s Pottery, Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Museum, Southern Prohibition Brewing, Ohr-O-‘Keefe Museum, Maritime and Seafood Museum and Walter Anderson Museum.

St. John and Waters offer their own unique entertainment just being themselves, but they also enjoyed being entertained this season by the likes of musicians Vasti Jackson, Eden Brent, and Bill and Temperance with Jeff Perkins. The season wraps up with the festivities of the Mal’s St. Paddy’s Day Parade and visits with Malcolm White and Sweet Potato Queen Jill Conner Browne.

For more information on Palate to Palette visit here.


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