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Favorite Cooking Shows

Discussion in 'Campfire Cuisine' started by Trollhole, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. Trollhole

    Trollhole THC Supporting Vendor Moderator

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    So what say ye? What do you watch?

    I only watch a couple.

    Cooking with Paula Dean
    Two Fat ladies
    Barbeque University with Steven Raichlen.
     
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    too awesome for words.
    That is a really fun show to watch.


    For me:
    Good Eats
    Bitchin' Kitchen
    Anything with Julia Child or Jaques Pepin.
     
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    sterling SILVER Star

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    Two Fat ladies

    What network is that on?

    I watch Barbeque U. and Bobby Flay, can't watch Paula her over emphesized southern drawl is like nails on a chalkboard.
     
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    Two Fat Ladies : Cooking Channel

    They used to come on pbs every saturday.

    I can watch Julia Child as long as it's not one of the later shows. It is just hard to watch her all hunched over.
     
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    Diners, Drive'ins and Dives
    Good Eats
    Iron Chef
    Throwdown w/Bobby Flay

    Some of Emeril Lagasse's shows are fun to watch too...

    I agree with sterling about Paula. Rachel Ray falls into that category too. :meh:

    Nick
     
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    Graham Kerr back in the day. Sam the cooking guy. Americas test kitchen. Cooking with Ming
     
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    Good eats is my favorite among the current shows.

    All time favorite would be Jeff Smith AKA the Frugal Gourmet. I still use a lot of the recipes and techniques I learned from watching his show. I also have many of his cook books.
     
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    I forgot all about him. He was very good.
     
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    Bitchin Kitchen..............but only because I want to fuck the hostess chick.
     
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    "Mexican Made Easy" with Marcela Valladolid,she's a Babe and she can cook :cheers:
     
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    Good eats
    The old world cuisne shows on the TLC
    and...
    Everyday Italian, just when the :princess: is in the room so I can gwak over how hot giadia is :hillbilly:
     
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    splitshot Head cook, Bottle washer, and Peace keeper. SILVER Star

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    Steve Raichlen is my favorite.

    I still miss Justin Wilson...


     
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    I like Ming Tsai's shows and Sara Moulten when she was on Food Network (both now on Create). America's Test Kitchen is good too.
    I used to love watching Food Network but they've changed over the past 10 or so years. It used to be about cooking; now it's all reality based competition shows.
    Cooking Channel is what Food Network was 10 years ago so I watch that channel more. I also like the Create Channel because it seems like all the former chefs from Food Network are now there.
     
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    Have you some of the pop with the foam on top, ewwww eeee!!!!
     
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    Triple D and Chopped are the family favorites here.
     
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    Guy Fieri's a nice guy to talk to in person, but his TV personality is abrasive, I can only watch that show on mute.
     
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    Chuck,

    Thats hilarious, my wife usually gets up and leaves the room after a few minutes. She says he's annoying. However, I stay to see what the people are cooking. I like the diversity of the show myself.
     
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    If you stayed up late night in the early 90s you may remember Keith Floyd, may he RIP.
    Floyd on Food - YouTube
     
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    That's a great point, it's the people behind the diners that really makes the show, you see alot of cool personalities and foods.
    I like the episodes where Granny's the head cook, Mom and Pop make the menus, Uncle Leo runs the grill and gli cugini alternate between waiter and busser every other day.
     
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    EXACTLY, that's my kind of place..