food network anyone?

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food network anyone?

Modern^Spank^Anthem Modern^Spank^Anthem
any fans of the food network
01/04/2012
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Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
Yeah when I had cable i would watch the food network!
01/04/2012
El-Jaro El-Jaro
One of my go-to channels.
01/04/2012
LaSchwartz LaSchwartz
yeah its one of the few channels that me and my boyfriend both like. lol he loves the espn I love the history channel but we both agree on the food network.
01/05/2012
spiceboy spiceboy
I prefer the Cooking Channel, which is basically Food Network without all the fluff and filler and shows that are supposed to be entertaining. It's COOKING SHOWS all day every day, but it's owned by Food Network so it's the same chefs.
01/05/2012
LoveTies LoveTies
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Originally posted by Modern^Spank^Anthem
any fans of the food network
We don't have cable anymore, but I used to watch it now and again! I love cooking
01/05/2012
Cherrylane Cherrylane
I love the Food Network, Cooking Channel, HGTV, DIY network and the Travel Channel. They're my favorite channels on tv.

I personally watch Food Network more than the Cooking Channel, because I don't actually usually like actual cooking shows that much. I have this thing about legit cookbooks and idk. Sooo the food porn shows like The Best Thing I Ever Ate and Diners Drive Ins and Dives are of course Iron Chef are favorites.

I find that they inspire me a lot more, food-wise, than most cooking shows. I dont know why, but most things chefs cook on cooking shows don't really make me want to go "oh gosh I want to make that with you!" But the food featured on the travel and best-this or that shows usually make me drool and want to immediately find a recipe and take a stab at making something similar for myself.
01/05/2012
Avant-garde Avant-garde
Yeah sometimes, mostly good eats. Alton brown is awesome.
01/05/2012
Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
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Originally posted by Avant-garde
Yeah sometimes, mostly good eats. Alton brown is awesome.
I second this, he is awesome indeed!
01/05/2012
CS2012 CS2012
My husband & I love Alton Brown. My husband has cooked a ton of Alton's recipes such as Alton's yummy Macaroni & Cheese recipe. I always have to help my husband with it since there is a part of the recipe that is very time sensitive.
01/05/2012
EnterTheFist EnterTheFist
I love Food Network...except for anything competition or with too much of a "reality" vibe to it. I'm starting to like the Cooking Channel more. I find their non-instructional shows to be more interesting than the Food Network's.
01/06/2012
Forever17 Forever17
guilty DDD
01/06/2012
married with children married with children
dont have cable TV, so no.
01/06/2012
Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
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Originally posted by married with children
dont have cable TV, so no.
I gave it up recently. Cost's way to much really and most of the time I never watch tv
01/06/2012
ThoughtsAblaze ThoughtsAblaze
My last roomie paid for us to have cable (she just couldn't live without it). I'm not a big TV watcher, but when she got married and I took her room (and TV), I watched Food Network and Travel Channel for hours. Alton Brown, Jamie Oliver, Robert Irvine... I loved those guys. And Iron Chef America!! I don't have cable now that I'm on my own, but I'd do anything to convince Netflix to make Iron Chef America available!
01/08/2012
GenderSexplorations GenderSexplorations
Food Network amuses me. So I tune in occasionally. But usually the TV is on a sci-fi or crime drama show instead.
01/09/2012
Lola Park Lola Park
I don't have cable anymore but my nine year old and I never missed an episode of Iron Chef America or Chopped. Oh and the whole family was gaga for the Food Network Cake Challenges.
01/19/2012
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