I put other (pbs and foodnetwork) among my answers.For PBS, I like Simply Ming. For Food Network i watch EVERYTHING. My favorites are Diners, Drive-In's and Dives, Good Eats, Next Food Network Star, Unwrapped,Throwdown with Bobby Flay, and basically every cooking show on the network.
The Food Network is my go-to when nothing else is on, so I will watch anything & everything. I get sucked in by Nigella's food porn, Ina's "good" mayo, Dave Lieberman when I can find him, Throwdown with Bobby Flay, Diners Drive-ins & Dives, even 30 Minute Meals if I'm bored enough.
I love Ina and her "really good mayonaise"!
Jacques Pepin is still the best. He has recipes that range from easy to more difficult, but the flavors are always wonderful and he is a terrific instructor. He is so low-key and modest compared to most other chefs on television, but I know that any recipe of Jacques' will ALWAYS work out the first time and be worth the time and effort.
I watch a few Food Network shows and on BBC I like to watch Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares. I like him much better on that show.
I watch the Cook's Illustrated show on PBS. It's great.
Tag! You're it! Passing on the fun...Smith magazine memoir meme...you know you want to.
What's the last restaurant standing?1) Other PBS shows: Mark Bittman a food columnist for the New York Times has a PBS show which is excellent. I forgot what it's called.2) Other Food Network Shows: Alton Brown's shows: Good eats and Feasting on asphalt. I like to watch Bobby Flay make a fool out of himself sometimes.
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Thank you for reminding me that I must DVR Julia Child for my mom.Wolfgang from Spago has some fabulous show where he does devastating things with chocolate and other decadent sweets. I apologize for not remembering the title; it was on late night and I wasn't sleeping.I still sigh over the late lamented fate of "Dinner Impossible". Do you all think they're ever going to forgive him? After all, it's not like he runs Blackwater or anything.
Barefoot contessa, y'all...and any other food network show besides that horrid Semi-Homemade mess...as for othe PBS show...Ciao Italia doesn;t get the credit it deserves.
Besides Top Chef, I love to watch the FoodNetwork when I've got the time, especially Ellie Kreiger's "Healthy Appetite"
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