Do you watch cooking shows? Do you try any of the recipes you see on cooking TV shows?
I watch them on occasion......but I never get around to trying it myself!
Yes I watch master chef and the food network but rarely make the dishes I see on TV however it does inspire me to make dishes that are similar as I don't always have the exact ingredients they use on TV.
Yes. But instead of recipy shows, I go to allrecipy.com and gather information from there. I have found two wonderful chicken recipy's from there and tasty new ways to cook fish, cause I'm always cooking salmon and trout.
I love to watch the cooking shows, and sometimes I will try a new recipe that I have learned from them.
Yes. I have tried the recipes too. Although the Iron Chef Japan had an episode that featured trout ice cream. I should not have tried that one,
I watch Food Network shows and then go on the website to get recipes, or go to allrecipies.com as well. I rarely ever make it exactly as they suggest, but I use their recipes as more of a guideline. I also love(d) Gordon Ramsay but he's gone a little over the top. We still use his cookbooks and I can safely say he has never steered us wrong!
Yes, I enjoy the Food Network. There's a lot to learn from Master Chefs. I especially enjoy Ina Garten and Bobby Flay's programs. I rarely follow a recipe to the tee, but I do enjoy trying new foods.
I love watching famous cooking shows! I have tried few dessert recipes from Nigella Lawson's cooking shows. Also I am inspired by few quick and healthy recipes prepared by some good participants and even hosts on Masterchef Australia. I and my mom tried some tasty recipes created by India's established chef and the host of the well-acclaimed cooking show, Tarla Dalal.
I watch Paula Deen sometimes because she's entertaining and I like the southern accent, but no way will I use any of her recipes because they are so unhealthy, loaded with fat, sugar and grease!
I have watched Emeril Lagasi in the past, and saw him making a delicious looking cornbread stuffing for turkey. I made that stuffing for my Thanksgiving day meal and it was delicious.
by Casey Johnson 5 years ago
What are the top three cooking shows on t.v. today?
by ProfoundPuns 6 years ago
For someone who rarely cooks, what are stress-free ways to transition from carry-out to cooking?
by miss1magination 6 years ago
Do you use recipes regularly?
by all about health 7 years ago
I love to cook my meals, what about you?
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
What do you do when you just start to get bored with food?I thumb through recipe after recipe and it all is the same to me. I'm bored of American food and all ethnic food seems redundant too. How do I spice it up with out adding the spicy?
by PhoenixV 3 years ago
I rarely see some movies on TV. Maybe other people have a different experience than me, but it seems that there are movies that do not get shown a lot. Do you have a favorite movie that doesn't get shown much on TV?The Great Waldo Pepperhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6im3WHNgNAWhats Up...
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