Originally Posted by Robo410
Giada's show pioneered some of the close camera work we now take for granted on foodtv. And of course those sounds of onion being chopped or sizzling in the pan...
I noticed this again the other day. The sounds of the food cooking, the the crust of the bread crunching as she slices, the sound of the pasta mixing with the creamy sauce as she mixes it, etc. really give you a feel for the food and makes your mouth water.
It's possible to attack ANY TV cooking show and criticize the host. But it's supposed to be about the food and if you don't like the food, you get to switch to another show.