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First Look At Recipes for Love and Murder Starring Maria Doyle Kennedy! – WATCH

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Due out with the first two episodes next September 5, Recipes for Love and Murder is a 10-episode limited series from Acorn TV starring Outlander and Orphan Black star Maria Doyle Kennedy. Let’s take an exclusive first look!

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Based on Sally Andrews’ bestselling novel series, A Tannie Maria Mystery, Acorn TV’s new show stars Outlander’s Maria Doyle Kennedy as Tannie, a native South African advice and food columnist who moved to Scotland when she was a child but returned to her hometown 10 years prior following the death of her husband. According to the network’s press release, “she is often thought of as an old lady before her time, mostly keeping to herself, and focusing on food, gardening and showing kindness to others.”

Newcomer Kylie Fisher plays Jessie, a rookie journalist at the paper but a fiery sidekick for Tannie, and Tony Kgoroge (Invictus) plays Chief Detective Khaya Meyer.

In the trailer, Tannie accepts the job as an advice columnist as a last-ditch effort after nearly being fired from the local paper. To pull it off, she offers recipes as solutions to her correspondent’s problems until coming across an entry that requires more than a happy stomach. Murder. Nevertheless, she brings her love of food along for the ride. Identifying a red liquid at the crime scene to be pomegranate juice instead of blood and distracting detectives with fresh biscuits.

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Source: ET Online

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