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Old 07-29-2006, 03:14 PM   #11
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Somebody please tell me you've seen Take Home Chef - with "Hunky Australian Master Chef, Curtis Stone"....
Seem him.. have dreams about him LOL want to bear his children LOL

Ok his cooking isnt the best some recipes are really good

but ya what a hunk I have a think for accents
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Old 07-29-2006, 03:49 PM   #12
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It is weird (Robo) and dorky (Gretchen) and goofy (Half Baked)Ö
but sooo fascinating - Iím sure Iíll go on watching until it begins to pall !

jkath Ė I liked the other episode that was on last night also, with the Mushroom Jus. I agree that that he seems very kind and considerate... maybe the teensiest bit condescending about the meat loaf....
Does he always stop in at another shop to buy a dish? Thanks for the link to his site and the recipes. (I see he doesnít visit women exclusively.)
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Old 07-29-2006, 04:19 PM   #13
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I have watched the show, but stopped after a few episodes. I got the very distinct impression that it was high end. The shows I've seen, the women drive off in SUV's. At least one had a nanny in the house.

I'd like to see him in a 500 sq ft apartment, no SUV to drive home in, no gas top, no grill, with none of the doodadds the women had. Then he can show me what he can do in the kitchen.
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Old 07-29-2006, 04:39 PM   #14
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He can just hang around in my kitchen while I cook. I like his looks and accent.
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Oh goody, sounds all very cheeky, lol. Can you even learn from this show? *Looks at self in mirror* I hate competition, not that I'm even in the running. *stuffs mouth with moi cheesecake*

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I'd like to see him in a 500 sq ft apartment, no SUV to drive home in, no gas top, no grill, with none of the doodadds the women had. Then he can show me what he can do in the kitchen.
....with food that is on their budget.
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wow, you want real TV
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Old 07-29-2006, 07:33 PM   #18
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I'd like to see him in a 500 sq ft apartment, no SUV to drive home in, no gas top, no grill, with none of the doodadds the women had. Then he can show me what he can do in the kitchen.

Heyyyy how did you know my dream lol
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Old 07-30-2006, 03:23 AM   #19
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LOL - yeah Loprraine ... I think he looks in the basket to make sure she is buying something "up market" before approaching her.

It's kind of like "Door Knock Dinner" meets "Tyler Florence" or "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" but hitting on women. I think he wears too much makeup!

Give me someone in a small apartment, with a basket containing 2 cans of tune and a loaf of bread as a starting point ... let's see what he can really do in the real world!
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I have watched the show, but stopped after a few episodes. I got the very distinct impression that it was high end. The shows I've seen, the women drive off in SUV's. At least one had a nanny in the house.

I'd like to see him in a 500 sq ft apartment, no SUV to drive home in, no gas top, no grill, with none of the doodadds the women had. Then he can show me what he can do in the kitchen.
My guess is that you can't get a full camera crew into a tiny kitchen!
Keep in mind, in the Pasadena area (the stores I've recognized), that's pretty much all you get for shoppers.

Jen, I think you need to start hanging out there. Maybe we'll all start a club that meets at Gelson's and Whole Foods in Pas.
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