WESTON, FL (WSAU) - “Ooh! It’s so good!” That phrase was often heard from the bearded man on TV with the chef’s hat. Art Ginsburg, better known as Mr. Food made it so good for home cooks across the country for decades. He offered cooking tips and recipes to viewers in short, easy steps.
Ginsburg died at his Weston Florida home Wednesday after a year long bout with pancreatic cancer. He was 81 years old.
Mr Food cooking segments were seen on over 125 local television stations around the country, including several Wisconsin markets.