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Fix My Recipe is where regular, everyday home cooks can submit to the website recipes they may have once had right, or recipes that might have been handed down from a relative, but when they cook them now they come out all wrong. You know you have a few of those. Chef Billy Parisi then turns your recipe into a cooking video!

Cook Yourself Thin is a British favorite that Lifetime Television is bringing to our shores this spring. The first season is 20 episodes and will show viewers how to eat foods they like, that taste good, and that will help them lose weight.

Chances are you're not going to find a cooking video that will have you laughing like Average Betty's will. Average Betty does for cooking what Saturday Night Live does for the nightly news. The meat of the recipe is there, but the video is really more of a comedy sketch. The result has made Average Betty an Internet celebrity of sorts.

I will be interested to see how this works for Bravo. Top Chef has grown into the top-rated cooking show on cable, but I think it's harder for viewers to connect with celebrity chefs than it is for us to connect with average foodies, like you and me.

I've been watching Rachel Ray on The Food Network a lot lately. And I tend to agree with much of what she says... and lots of the ways she does things... including the whole 'garbage bowl' concept. Well, to an extent...

Food recipes are meant to be tried, experimented with & enjoyed... the way YOU like 'em! Rachael Ray helps with this! Here are some of Rachael Ray's special touches that make cooking FUN.

Who knew that a cooking channel could be so much fun. But watching the steps they go through... the tools they use... the cookware they prefer... and why... and the many quick tips & tricks they share on TV have really made things 'click' for me. Here's why I'm addicted to The Food Network.