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Old 09-16-2004, 10:40 AM   #21
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Tiga,

This is a question out of pure curiosity. Alton Brown is a chef but why do you think it would be better if he were a master chef?
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Old 09-16-2004, 10:44 AM   #22
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I enjoy cooking with alcohol. So much so that I decided to produce an independent cooking show. We are internet-based and broadcast on public access. If you are interested in seeing what you can do yourself, check out:



http://www.inebriatedkitchen.com

Why dream!
dave that looks cool, will try to check your show out this sunday night...
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Old 09-16-2004, 10:47 AM   #23
 
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I was just thinking.. I miss all the old cooking shows. The first one that comes to mine was Julia Child, of course. I also loved the Galloping Gourmet. In the 70's, people cooked without worrying about "is this good or is this bad?" People for generations ate things with butter, cream, etc... and they are living into the very high years.

I'd just like to see a cooking show that just goes back to basics... good wholesome cooking.. cooking things the way they were meant to be cooked.. not substituting this for that..
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Old 09-17-2004, 01:13 PM   #24
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I've thought some more about my original idea in an earlier post. here's the lineup for the first season:

Season Opener:
Mom comes on and makes shrimp creole, with bread pudding for dessert.
Episode 2:
Julia rises miraculously from the dead and makes coq au vin.
Episode 3:
Wolfgang Puck makes an Austrian pastry.
Episode 4:
Jacques Pepin makes whatever he wants.
Episode 5:
Alton Brown makes pot roast.
Episode 6:
Tony Bourdain makes frites.
Episode 7:
Paula Deen makes biscuits.
Episode 8:
Justin Wilson also rises miraculously from the dead and makes crayfish etouffee.
Episode 9:
Ina Garten makes party appetizers.
Episode 10:
Jacques Torres makes whatever he wants.
Episode 11:
Tyler Florence sits on my lap.
Episode 12:
Sara Moulton makes a casserole.
Episode 13 (Season finale):
Emeril makes roux and we eat roux sandwiches.
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Old 09-17-2004, 01:22 PM   #25
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I would love to see a good real old fashioned soul food cooking show. There is nothing like it on TV right now that I can see.

I think soul food is dying out in this country, and a show like this would be a "shot in the arm" to revive this luscious food style.
I agree.......but no chitterlins please. Best style of cooking on the planet.
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Old 09-17-2004, 01:24 PM   #26
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you know that one show that used to be on that was called 'two fat ladies'? THAT was my kind of show. those ladies made me smile a lot and laugh sometimes when they were being ornery and they just seemed to LOVE life. i MISS that show, sigh. i don't really have any show in mind that i'd want to put on the air, but something like that would be awesome. although it'd be hard to out-do that show, i think. just my opinion.
i loved that show too luvs. the one with dark hair passed away way too young imho (i think from lung cancer, note to all of you smokers out there) so the show ended. they used to wrap everything in bacon, yummmmmmmm.
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Old 09-17-2004, 01:27 PM   #27
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you know that one show that used to be on that was called 'two fat ladies'? THAT was my kind of show. those ladies made me smile a lot and laugh sometimes when they were being ornery and they just seemed to LOVE life. i MISS that show, sigh. i don't really have any show in mind that i'd want to put on the air, but something like that would be awesome. although it'd be hard to out-do that show, i think. just my opinion.
i loved that show too luvs. the one with dark hair passed away way too young imho (i think from lung cancer, note to all of you smokers out there) so the show ended. they used to wrap everything in bacon, yummmmmmmm.
Oops, add a bonus episode to my season lineup:
Jennifer and ??-the big blonde) and I decide it's too hot to cook and pop out for a drink.
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I want to see a show just on Bacon. The Bacon Only Show....or how about Cookin with Porky Pig.
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I don't know what I'd call mine, but it would be centered around kids. They are so much fun in the kitchen!
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I don't know what I'd call mine, but it would be centered around kids. They are so much fun in the kitchen!
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