Bob Parsons Alberta wrote:Giada can come and cook for me anytime!
Jenise wrote:A dismaying list, since the majority are TV cooks (am really surprised by the Ree Drummond success--the majority of those must have been sold online for $3 or something), but considering that, what an impressive feat for Jerusalem.
Jenise wrote:Bob Parsons Alberta wrote:Giada can come and cook for me anytime!
You're finally over Rachel?
Bill Spohn wrote:1 - yup, most of the chefs most people have ever heard of have been from Food Network. I once commented about a recipe that I doubted that Escoffier would approve and I swear that they asked what program he was on!
2 - Giada? You mean 'Big Head'? Sorry but that's what she looks like to me.
3 - Rachel?? Pshaw! I'd climb over a mile of broken glass to see Laura Calder though (well, maybe a few inches of crushed eggshells, anyway). Yes, Bob, she does have nice muffins.
4 - when did cooking become all about sex? Oh yeah - when they put it on TV - but it didn't used to be that way (unless you had an unnatural attraction to Julia Child).
5 - none of those 10 best selling cook books entices me even a little bit. But then the cook book that arrived in the mail today at the office was by Andre Daguin - Foie Gras, Magret, and Other good Food from Gascony Never been on TV, but he single handedly brought Gascon cuisine to the attention of those that care.
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