Tasty Time with ZeFronk

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Tasty Time With ZeFronk
Tasty Time with ZeFronk.png
Title card featuring Sue on left, ZeFronk on right
Created byEthan Long
Developed byOddBot Inc.
Directed byRobert C. Ramirez
StarringRob Paulsen
Mark Hamill
Opening theme"Tasty Time with ZeFronk!"
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes25
Executive producer(s)Ethan Long
Running time3:00 minutes
Original networkPlayhouse Disney
Disney Junior
Disney Channel
Picture format4:3
Original releaseNovember 8, 2008 (2008-11-08) – December 30, 2013 (2013-12-30)
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Tasty Time with ZeFronk is an American animated series of three-minute long shorts produced for and aired on Playhouse Disney the series premiered on November 8, 2008 and later Disney Junior. This animated short-form series is aimed at getting preschoolers to make their own healthy snacks. The final episode aired on December 30, 2013.

The series was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Short Format Daytime in 2011.[1]


A French Dachshund called ZeFronk hosts a healthy cooking show from his doghouse with his assistant, a songbird named Sue, and his silly neighbour cat named Dom that always sneaks away the snacks that ZeFronk makes, and each episode ends with ZeFronk chasing Dom around the prep counter, triggering Sue to fly away and come through the iris wipe. The first-season episodes ended with a bonus live-action segment in which a mother and child made the meal featured in the episode, although these segments were later removed due to time constraints.

Main characters[edit]

  • ZeFronk/Frankie (Rob Paulsen impersonating Dave Wittenberg) - a French Dachshund who had the talent of cooking.
  • Sue - the assistant of ZeFronk. She resembles a songbird.
  • Dom DeLuise (Mark Hamill) - ZeFronk's silly Maine Coon neighbour who always steals the food (better referred as sneakenly eating) that ZeFronk makes. He faces bad consequences in the end such as being chased around from Zefronk.



  1. ^ "38th Daytime Emmy Award Nominations" (PDF). National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. May 11, 2011. Archived from the original (PDF) on March 14, 2016. Retrieved February 14, 2017.

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