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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by fluffybear, Feb 16, 2012.
From Fox News:
I don't watch the channel. It's blocked out of my Guide. I have no idea who the person in question is, but .......
Aren't ALL recipes just minor variations of each other?
While I don't watch Food Network all that much (doubt I have watched anything on it in the last 3 years), I am familiar with her name.
Yes, I always thought they were as well.
Don't know her either. Since Alton left, I have dropped my viewing to occasional at best.
My suspicions were confirmed after a Google images search, she wasn't good enough looking to stay on the network me thinks.
I watch this channel, but I've never seen this show.
He's working on a new show (of his own).
She's much better looking than Anne Burrell on the same channel.
Hmmm. My generation was used to:
This "wasn't good enough looking to stay on the network", really:
You're supposed to be looking at the food.:sure:
Yeah, it was kind of between Julia and Graham Kerr for cooking shows.
For Food Network? That would be great, as long as it is not like that travel/food thing he did. I like the instructive nature of the Good Eats show. That man taught me how to cook, no two ways about it.
Food Files (don't know if that's a tentative title) with "nagging food questions and interesting issues".
Maybe it will be a bit more adult. The only thing I cringed a bit with the old program was the theme acting. I understand they were meant to help with memory placement. But the way he used props to represent interactions was enough without the silly skits. Watched every show, but it turned a bit juvenile at times. Or was I a bit old for the show.:scratchin