I was reminded, while on the trip to Florida, of one of the most unique, funny, and downright odd cookin’ shows ever – Cookin’ Cheap. It was produced in Roanoke, VA on their public TV channel and aired from 1981-2002. 496 more words
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The Cheney Gals, cooking up a foul brew.
Shakespeare was really the first to cash in on the idea of a cooking show. Complain all you want about those pesky reading assignments, but to a person we remember those three witches, standing around the cauldron, stirring with demented glee, and reciting their recipe faster than any of the groundlings could transcribe it. 463 more words
Cooking shows. They’re unexpectedly seductive.
Last month, I spent a week with my daughter, Amanda and she got me hooked on the television show, Chopped. It was fun to watch the chefs sweat and scurry and try to make something delicious out of a crate of weird food items. 284 more words
Okay – I will admit to being a food show snob. I love watching Top Chef and Masterchef and The Great Food Truck Race. I’ve watched (previously) The Next Food Network Star, Chopped, that weird new one with Alton Brown where they try to make it harder, Iron Chef, etc. 586 more words