If I had to rate the channels that I watched in order, I think that the Food Network would be #1 or very close to the top. I must say, I get a real kick out of watching people compete to make the best hamburger or the fanciest looking cake! Great I'm hungry now and I still have 20 minutes to go before I got home... I listed Rachel Ray to the right, because she was probably the reason I started to watch the Food Network. 30 Minute meals and $40/day were to of my favorite shows to watch. Now you would think that watching all these shows would maybe make me a better cook, but no, that never happened. I've moved on from Rachel Ray (as it looks she has moved on from the Food Network too) and from Emeril Live, another show I used to watch a lot. BAM!
Here's a list of my current favorite shows to watch on the Food Network:
Iron Chef America:
"In the words of my uncle.... ummm, I'm hungry again...
That chairmen and Alton Brown just crack me up!
I heard the main chef used to cook for the Queen of England, I'm not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing... What do you think the Queen would like to eat for dinner???
Throwdown: With Bobby Flay
My mom was always a big fan of Bobby's first show "Boy Meets Grill", but I never really liked the guy until I started watching this show. He seems a little cocky, but he sure knows his cooking.
***On a side note, I'm also a huge fan of Gordon Ramsey and especially his show "Kitchen Nightmares", but that's on FOX, so I'll leave that for another review...***
Lastly, I am a big fan of Guy Fieri and his show "Diners, Drive-In's and Dives". These look like places I would want to eat at. They might force you spend a few hours in the bathroom afterwards, but, hey, it looks worth it!
Anyone here watch the Food Network?
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Food Network is a television specialty channel that airs specials and recurring (episodic) programs about food and cooking. Scripps Networks Interactive owns roughly two thirds of the network, and Tribune Company owns the rest.The network is seen in more than ninety million households.