If/When I see Rachel Ray, that's all I can do. It is hard for me to follow her (cooking wise) while she has me mesmerized with her lovely smile ... mmm ....
( ...lost for a moment there ... ) I like Alton Brown's show for educational aspect which somebody had already noted.
I would really like to see "America's Test Kitchen" on PBS, but never manage to catch it on purpose. So, it is a nice surprise whenever I happen to see it.
I really miss "Galloping Gourmet", which has been the MOST FUN food show EVER!
In any case, I watch food shows to salviate over food (in some cases, hosts); I learn(t) cooking from family/relatives, by trial-and-error and personal taste, of course.
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