Different cultures around the world – even right here in the U.S.A. – have acquired a taste for some really bizarre foods. Here’s an interesting look at weird food on TV, strange foods from other countries, weird food at McDonalds, and the 2 latest crazes: deep fried food and food on a stick!
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See how Michael Pollen, author of In Defense of Food. An Eater’s Manifesto turned my philosophy upside down by explaining how the all these celebrity food shows on TV have actually helped turn cooking from a participation activity into a spectator sport! People aren’t cooking anymore? Hmmm…
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.
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.
Casting calls are now underway across the country for the 6th season of Top Chef on Bravo TV. Here are the dates and information for the following cities: Seattle WA, Atlanta GA, New York NY, Philadelphia PA, Los Angeles CA, and Chicago IL.
Food recipes are meant to be tried, experimented with, and enjoyed… the way YOU like ’em! And Rachel Ray helps tremendously with this! Here are some of Rachel 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.