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Old 01-18-2016, 08:32 PM   #1
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i watched the master chef celebrity cook off show tonight. i agreed with most of the decisions except the champs vs kids. regardless, it was fun viewing.

i adore the cooking shows. i do like the masterchef junior version better than the adults, but i watch both. i used to sit through hell's kitchen with my older daughter as our hang out time, but gordon is a bit over the top in that for me. i can't bring myself to watch his restaurant rescue show. i would never eat out again thinking there are places like those in the world.

i am waiting patiently for series 7 of great british bake off. i also watch great australian bake off. i tried the irish bake off, but they seem sooo serious about the whole thing it is not as fun to watch as the other 2 versions.

i gave up watching chopped because i rarely agreed with their decisions. I really like cutthroat kitchen. i have been an alton fan for a long time. i have a couple of his cook books and love to watch the old good eats and the periodic stuff he puts on his youtube channel.

is anyone else into the cooking shows? if so, what are your favorites?
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