Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Your Turn

Favorite cooking show?

29 comments:

Lurky McLurkster said...

Hannibal

sandybrook said...

The only one I ever watched was the Japanese iron chef when it was on Channel 31 in New York waaaaay back in the day.

Bodacious Ta-tas said...

Old school: Wok with Yan and Yan can Cook.

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

Two Fat Ladies. I keep telling Anderson to gain 50 pounds so we can film an American version.

NoNotThatBeth said...

When I was young, Graham Kerr's Galloping Gourmet. Young adult, Julia Child's French Chef.
Now an older adult, Alton Brown's Good Eats reruns. Nothing explains a recipe quite like puppets or pintrest fails.

Bonanza Jellybean said...

Beans, beans good from the start,
And when I finish, I'll eat your heart.

AndrewBW said...

I used to watch "Mexican Made Easy" with Marcela Valladolid. I love Mexican food so that was fun, plus she was gorgeous, plus she used to flirt with the camera sometimes and then -- ay mami!

NoseyNeighbor said...

I wish Sandra Lee's old show would come back. I missed her in her heyday.

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

I love her pound cake

dianavonthirstybird said...

All of Nigella Lawson's cooking shows. Her earlier ones were the best. Ditto Jamie Oliver. Own his Naked Chef DVD and also a couple of Nigella's.

Heather Duke said...

Chopped

Brooklyn Girl said...

Tricia's southern kitchen, barefoot contessa, pioneer woman, Valerie's home cooking, dinner at tiffanys

Hate bobby flay, giada, emeril, & the rest

sand said...

barefoot contessa

RenShaw said...

Barefoot Contessa. I've got her bookmarked for quick preps.

8==D KermitGosnellKnobJob said...

I can only stand Nigella, and I do not know if she cooks, but her breast are mesmerizing.
Watching cook shows? What is next, waiters? Blue collar workers? Builders?

inga said...

daisy martinez show...

david said...

I preferred Alton Brown's 'Good Eats.'

But, since he's off the air (even though there are re-runs on Cook TV), I just watch other stuff I find while flipping channels.

Ancient Aliens is interesting....

Lapsed Lurker said...

+1 all time fav cooking show.

HH314 said...

Tyler Florence's recipes always work out. Ina Garten, but she is a snob. Like Bobby Flay, he actually seems nice. Love Wolfgang and the great British baking show, but will not watch anymore after most of the hosts left

Chicagojvan said...

Benihana

hakunafrittata said...

Eat Up with Don Stugots.

Easy recipes, ridiculously fun.

https://hashtaghandsome.wordpress.com/2017/02/14/eat-up-alfredo-sauce/

OKay said...

I've always watched a few. Back in the day I'd watch The Galloping Gourmet and Wok with Yan. I LOVED Iron Chef, but the original Japanese version only, thankyouverymuch. I adore Bitchin' Kitchen (cancelled) and Good Eats (ditto). I'll watch Pioneer Woman if she's making something good, but I'll watch anything whatsoever from Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver or Heston Blumenthal (love those Brits!) I've recently discovered the Urban Vegetarian, and although I'm not vegetarian myself I would totally make any of her recipes.

Otherwise, it's all Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives or You've Gotta Eat Here so I can peruse restaurants to try when I'm on vacation. :)

SnarkIsFun said...

Smdh. Julia Child, of course!

~~and you young'uns - get off my lawn!

meagain said...

Barefoot Contessa. The family was very happy when I started using her recipes.

SundaySilence89 said...

Anything Nigella ...because it doesn't matter what shes cooking :P and one other not well known one, French Food at Home with Laura Calder ...she reminded me some of Nigella... used to watch her on the Cooking Channel

BadgeBunny said...

I really enjoy Extra Virgin with Debi Mazar and her hubby. Her recipe for Limoncello is awesome!

Scandi Sanskrit said...

The ones on YouTube. I made some Korean spicy chicken from scratch yesterday based on a YouTube recipe. I think I finally got it right.

Scandi Sanskrit said...

Her Thai tomato salad is forever!

Susan said...

Mind of a Chef on Netflix. I think it's a PBS show. Narrated by Anthony Bourdain.

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