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A Recipe For Life - Part 4 (For Anthony Bourdain And Anyone Hungry)

Travel shows are a mixed blessing. On one hand, they show us parts of the world we may never get to see in person, experiences we may never get to have, which is a bit sad. 1,098 more words

Marc's Mixed Bag - A Little Of Everything

Tutti a tavola a mangiare!

I can’t eat one damned thing any of them make, but I really enjoy watching cooking shows on television. Not as much as I’d really enjoy living on a boat, but one lacks choices, sometimes (as with limited programming of unexpanded cable tv services). 365 more words

Musing

Britain's Best Home Cook vs Bake Off

I read a RAVE review of Britain’s Best Home Cook, saying it was ten times better than Bake Off, and practically the next coming. Then I read one that said it failed in something like 17 ways, being neither hare nor hound, basically unwatchable. 307 more words

Britain's Best Home Cook

Cooking

For my final post of the semester, I would like to talk about ! I learned to cook when i was very young, and it is a skill I hold dear to my heart. 148 more words

Cooking

Nailed It! The Netflix Competition Show of Baking Absurdities

I probably fall in love too quickly, but have you ever come across a show so ludicrous that it just had to be a parody? A show whose first episode alone makes you question the very fabric of reality and what you once considered to be the confinements of TV broadcasting possibilities? 523 more words

Baking Competition