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Old Jun 28, 2005, 08:25 PM   #1
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Old Jun 28, 2005, 08:26 PM   #2
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Cooking shows are fun to watch!
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Old Jun 28, 2005, 08:38 PM   #3
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Which ones?

Good eats?

Iron Chef?
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Old Jun 28, 2005, 09:09 PM   #4
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Good eats?

Iron Chef?
Yes to both!

I also really like the ones that Rachel Ray does. Esp. "30 minute meals". She always makes stuff that i want to try at home!
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I also really like the ones that Rachel Ray does. Esp. "30 minute meals". She always makes stuff that i want to try at home!
You mean I'm not the only person to watch that show? Her ideas always seem good!
I don't watch Iron Chef or Good Eats much, though... I do love the show Sugar, although I know it's a Canadian one and I guess you don' see that in the US?
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I'm not familiar with the show "Sugar" - is it a dessert show?
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Yep - yum. I probably wouldn't make most of those things the host bakes, but it's impressive and the techniques are interesting anyway.
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Thumbs up WOW!!!!!!!!!

Just saw "War of the Worlds". I'm impressed, I was on the edge of my seat the whole dang movie. Two thumbs up. Beware of lightening with no thunder!
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Yes to both!

I also really like the ones that Rachel Ray does. Esp. "30 minute meals". She always makes stuff that i want to try at home!
Love 'em...ALL of 'em!! I also really like "Everyday Italian."

Paula Deen makes great-looking food, but oh my God, I can feel it going directly to my hips and clogging my arteries! (She sure doesn't scrimp on the butter and cream, lol!) I like to watch Sara Moulton too, I printed off some of her recipes the other day -- there was this one for a cauliflower pie with a potato crust that just looked AWESOME!!!

I've never seen "Sugar," I bet that's only on in Canada. It sounds like my kind of show, though -- dessert and plenty of it!

I also like PBS cooking shows -- I like "America's Test Kitchen" and anything Jacques Pepin does -- oh, and "Everyday Food."

Anyone watch "Unwrapped" on the Food Network? My son was filmed with a group of kids for a segment about an artist named Sax Freyman, who makes funny faces out of fruits and vegies. It's supposed to be on in the fall sometime, I haven't got word about it yet.

Did anyone watch "Next Food Network Star?" It was my guilty pleasure the past few weeks...and I normally HATE reality shows!
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Just saw "War of the Worlds". I'm impressed, I was on the edge of my seat the whole dang movie. Two thumbs up. Beware of lightening with no thunder!
Thanks for the mini-review, chiliace -- hubby and I are thinking of going to see it this weekend!!
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Thanks for the mini-review, chiliace -- hubby and I are thinking of going to see it this weekend!!
You're welcome, Nipper. This movie really does rate way up there, and the big screen experience, versus the movie rental for home, is warranted in this case. Enjoy!!
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A lot of that movie was filmed throughout Jersey (like the orignal radio broadcast).
Some scenes near here 20 minutes away but I didn't go to see.
It was in the papers that Cruise and Speilberg were signing autographs and in the neighborhood a lady made the cast brownies and Speilberg said she was " a good baker."
Must have made her day.
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A lot of that movie was filmed throughout Jersey (like the orignal radio broadcast).
Some scenes near here 20 minutes away but I didn't go to see.
It was in the papers that Cruise and Speilberg were signing autographs and in the neighborhood a lady made the cast brownies and Speilberg said she was " a good baker."
Must have made her day.
Brownies, O.K., now I'm hungry with all this food talk. jtal909, maybe you could have been an extra, who knows? There must have been a zillion extras used in that film. I will give nothing away about the film, but I must say that Tim Robbins handling of his role is nothing short of genius.
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Anyone watch "Unwrapped" on the Food Network? My son was filmed with a group of kids for a segment about an artist named Sax Freyman, who makes funny faces out of fruits and vegies. It's supposed to be on in the fall sometime, I haven't got word about it yet.

Did anyone watch "Next Food Network Star?" It was my guilty pleasure the past few weeks...and I normally HATE reality shows!
Oh how cool, Susan! Be sure to let me know when it's on. It's one of those shows that I watch most of the time..

And yes, I was watching "Next food network star", too. In fact, we caught a few episodes while on vacation. It was exciting to have a couple from my home town win, even if they weren't the ones I was rooting for.
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Anyone watch "Unwrapped" on the Food Network? My son was filmed with a group of kids for a segment about an artist named Sax Freyman, who makes funny faces out of fruits and vegies. It's supposed to be on in the fall sometime, I haven't got word about it yet.
Awesome! 'Unwrapped' is another of my favorites on Food Network. I was watching it this morning, actually. When you do hear when Jamie is going to be on, definately let us know, I know I'd love to watch.
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My sister got her report card this morning... it honestly makes me sick how smart she is. Her average is 96%, with her lowest mark being in P.E. at 92%! She was writing exams the past several days, and in each one of those tests she scored 97% or above. That's crazy.
Why couldn't she have shared some of her brains with me?? It would've helped with Chem this year.
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Funny how avocados taste vile bare but put a spot of olive oil and lemon juice on them and they taste devine!
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... it honestly makes me sick how smart she is.
I feel your pain. I have three older brothers with PhD's and two of them graduated college with straight A's for 4 years in EVERYTHING. It's kind of fun to be the family idiot when you graduated college with a 3.78 and were in the top 10% of your class in one of the best MBA programs in the country!
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