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What is your favorite cooking show?

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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#61 by rovet
» 29 Nov 2016, 23:23

CatherineStine wrote:Anthony Bourdain's shows



I second that. Anthony Bourdain is so entertaining. I love his snarky remarks :D
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#62 by kodabear
» 10 Dec 2016, 11:19

I love Cupcake Wars!
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#63 by scifi_bookworm_007
» 14 Dec 2016, 16:35

The Little Paris Kitchen. I'm always happy when I'm creating in the kitchen and the view of the River Sienne and the street vendors she often grabs a chocolate crepe from makes me feel a bit more adventurous to try more exotic recipes.
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#64 by Aravira
» 15 Dec 2016, 19:00

I love the British Bake Off and Worst Cooks in America
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#65 by KimberReads
» 15 Dec 2016, 19:17

Diners Drive-Ins and Dives! I have eaten at some of his recomendations when we travel (or local when he does ones near my home town) and have not ever been dissapointed! A great way to find fun, off the beaten path eats. Watching always makes me hungry. LOL
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#66 by cyndibookswagbag
» 15 Dec 2016, 21:28

I would have to go with Hell's kitchen! Love Gorden Ramsy! I like Master chef, but not sure about new judges!
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#67 by ross03
» 15 Dec 2016, 22:58

My favorite cooking show is Rachel Ray on Food Network
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#68 by Kwoj03
» 16 Dec 2016, 10:20

A Chef's Life on PBS. I've been to a few stops on Vivian Howard's book tour to hear her speak and she is just as wonderful in person as she is on the show. Deep Run Roots is quickly becoming one of my favorite cookbooks (and book).
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#69 by clairehast
» 25 Dec 2016, 03:16

I like to watch Barefoot Contessa. This is my favorite cooking show.
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#70 by rainbow08
» 29 Dec 2016, 00:00

Rachel Ray show! She is so witty! There is no dull moment in her show and her recipes are easy to prepare and really sumptuous. Making the ordinary day extra ordinary when you have a that kind of meal on your plate plus Rachel and I both love cheese! Yummy!!!
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#71 by Insightsintobooks
» 09 Jan 2017, 20:59

I enjoy MasterChef and Worst Cooks in America.
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#72 by Bri120
» 11 Jan 2017, 18:27

I haven't watched a cooking show in a while but when I did, my favorite was 30 minute meals with Rachael Ray. I also enjoyed watching Emeril.
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Re: What is your favorite cooking show?

Post Number:#73 by mbl0680
» Yesterday, 09:50

Stephen Reichlen's BBQ University and his Project Smoke show both on PBS.

Also like Youtube videos done by BBQ Pitboys. Few years worth of BBQ videos out by them now.
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