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Ciel, mon Pinard! was a very popular Quebec cooking show on Télé-Québec with as main chef and as assistant. While many kitchen shows tend to be formulaic, the success of this programme was in its offbeat, poetic digressions of the knowledgeable Pinard. The show was a springboard for Di Stasio, who went off to star in her own cooking show, , after Pinard left the programme. The title is a pun on the legendary line "Ciel, mon mari!" (Heavens, my husband!) from the plays of French playwright Georges Feydeau.

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  • Ciel, mon Pinard! was a very popular Quebec cooking show on Télé-Québec with as main chef and as assistant. While many kitchen shows tend to be formulaic, the success of this programme was in its offbeat, poetic digressions of the knowledgeable Pinard. The show was a springboard for Di Stasio, who went off to star in her own cooking show, , after Pinard left the programme. The title is a pun on the legendary line "Ciel, mon mari!" (Heavens, my husband!) from the plays of French playwright Georges Feydeau.
  • Ciel ! mon Pinard est une émission de cuisine québécoise qui a été présentée entre 1998 et 2000 sur les ondes de Télé-Québec, animée par Daniel Pinard, secondé par Josée di Stasio. L'émission se distinguait des autres de son genre par son style décontracté et chaleureux. Elle a servi de tremplin à di Stasio, qui lança sa propre émission de cuisine, À la di Stasio, après le départ de Pinard. Le titre est tiré d'un jeu de mot avec la célèbre réplique « Ciel, mon mari ! » de Georges Feydeau.
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  • Ciel, mon Pinard! was a very popular Quebec cooking show on Télé-Québec with as main chef and as assistant. While many kitchen shows tend to be formulaic, the success of this programme was in its offbeat, poetic digressions of the knowledgeable Pinard. The show was a springboard for Di Stasio, who went off to star in her own cooking show, , after Pinard left the programme. The title is a pun on the legendary line "Ciel, mon mari!" (Heavens, my husband!) from the plays of French playwright Georges Feydeau.
  • Ciel ! mon Pinard est une émission de cuisine québécoise qui a été présentée entre 1998 et 2000 sur les ondes de Télé-Québec, animée par Daniel Pinard, secondé par Josée di Stasio. L'émission se distinguait des autres de son genre par son style décontracté et chaleureux. Elle a servi de tremplin à di Stasio, qui lança sa propre émission de cuisine, À la di Stasio, après le départ de Pinard. Le titre est tiré d'un jeu de mot avec la célèbre réplique « Ciel, mon mari ! » de Georges Feydeau.
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