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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnydawn View Post
    I like seeing what unusual ingrediences she uses. like candied hibiscus.
    Have you tasted them? I haven't, but I'd definitely love to try them - I love hibiscus tea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WitchJezebel View Post
    Have you tasted them? I haven't, but I'd definitely love to try them - I love hibiscus tea.
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    Wow... still can't decide... It seems almost any food show I happen on... I can't turn off! I haven't seen "Bitchin' Kitchen" but it sounds interesting! LOL PBS is still running some of those old cooking shows? WOW some of them were around when I was young! Haven't watched as much PBS since we got cable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindlady2 View Post
    Wow... still can't decide... It seems almost any food show I happen on... I can't turn off! I haven't seen "Bitchin' Kitchen" but it sounds interesting! LOL PBS is still running some of those old cooking shows? WOW some of them were around when I was young! Haven't watched as much PBS since we got cable.
    Well since you've got cable you'll have various PBS channels for different states - you'll definitely find some of the old shows. I see Julia Child on a different channel than Jacques Pepin and different from the Galloping Gourmet (which I admit I watch because he's so flamboyant).
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    On tv I like top chef NL and Masterchef (they broadcast here australia, america en the dutch is soon starting again) and jamie oliver shows. And there is a Podcast of Ming Tsai, that I like on Itunes.

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    Man vs. Food....not a cooking show, but an amazing show!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twinkle View Post
    Man vs. Food....not a cooking show, but an amazing show!
    Agreed! Adam is so fun to watch.
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    I watch Food Network all the time. Some of my favorite shows are going off the air, but they were Good Eats, Ace of Cakes, and Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives (which is still running). It's probably the channel I watch most, and the one I'd keep on all the time, if I had the time to just sit in front of the TV.
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    No Reservations, Iron Chef America (the original is awesome, but bizarre), and Good Eats.
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