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    America's Test Kitchen

    America's Test Kitchen

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    America's Test Kitchen is the most-watched cooking show on public television. The series is filmed in the Cook's Illustrated magazine test kitchen located outside Boston, Massachusetts. Each episode features recipes that have been carefully developed to make sure they work every time. Host Christopher Kimball and the test cooks use a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems, and they test equipment and taste supermarket ingredients to save consumers' time in the store.moreless
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    Made in Spain

    Made in Spain

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    PBS (ended 2008)
    Explore the culinary and cultural riches of Spain with host Chef Jose Andres. Learn more about the extraordinary cooking traditions of Spain with easy and informative recipes created by the chef himself.moreless
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    The French Chef

    The French Chef

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    PBS (ended 1973)
    Julia Child's first cooking show, introducing America to the intricacies of French cuisine.
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    Mexico: One Plate At A Time

    Mexico: One Plate At A Time

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    Rick Bayless demonstrates the culture, locations, and ideas, creating a new sort of cooking show that matches the diversity and depth of Mexico.
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    Spain...On the Road Again

    Spain...On the Road Again

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    Spain...On the Road Again on PBS.
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    Spain ... On the Road Again

    Spain ... On the Road Again

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    Celebrity chef Mario Batali and famed actress Gwyneth Paltrow hit the road in Spain's countryside to sample the culture in spots often overlooked by tourists.
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    Dinner At Julia's

    Dinner At Julia's

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    PBS (ended 1984)
    Dinner At Julia's was a cooking show from Julia Child that was filmed at the Swank Hope Ranch outside of Santa Barbara. This show was unlike her other cooking shows, because it allowed her to be a hostess to her guests. She was able to interact with all of her guests, instead of simply staying in the kitchen and cooking throughout the whole show. Child's dinner parties were often themed as well, and her recipes from each episode were thoroughly explained while Child was in the kitchen.moreless
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    Baking with Julia

    Baking with Julia

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    Baking With Julia is a 1996 cooking show on PBS hosted by the late Julia Child, who is considered the grand dame of culinary arts. Baking tips, techniques, and unique recipes of breads and desserts are shared by top pastry chefs, cookbook authors, and bakers who are featured on the show such as Alice Medrich, Norman Love, Steve Sullivan, and Martha Stewart. The series, which ran for three years, came with a cook book penned by baker Dorie Greenspan with the help of Child.moreless
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    Everyday Food

    Everyday Food

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    From best-selling magazine, Everyday Food, PBS has a TV show the entire family will love! With five inspiring chefs, they will teach you all types of easy to make meals the whole family will love!moreless
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    Botany of Desire

    Botany of Desire

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    Botany of Desire is a nature documentary developed by PBS inspired and based on Michael Pollan's book of the same name that centers on the relationship between nature, specifically vegetation, and humans as seen through the plants' point of view. Pollan focuses on four distinct aspects of the relationship between human and plant: the sweetness of the apple, the beauty of the tulip, the pleasure sought from marijuana, and the sustenance needed from the potato. Even though those plants began in nature, human scientists have reached out to control them through selection, genetic engineering, and processing. Botany of Desire shows viewers just how the lines blur of control as the craze for a tulip bulb could cost a total of a new house or the importance of a potato field in Idaho and Peru. With a history of the four plants from their origins to their modifications, whether it is in habitat or genes, Botany of Desire shows just how much we rely on plants born from a single tiny seed.moreless
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    Julia & Jacques Cooking at Home

    Julia & Jacques Cooking at Home

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    PBS (ended 2000)
    Julia and Jacques: Cooking at Home was the last culinary series to star Julia Child. Teaming up with Julia for these 22 programs was Jacques Pépin, who had just finished Jacques Pépin's Kitchen: Encore with Claudine. This show took A La Carte Communications, its producing agency, into a new direction. After Julia and Jacques: Cooking at Home, A La Carte grew by leaps and bounds with programs such as Michael Chiarello's Napa and America's Test Kitchen. There is no editor for this show. If you would like to be the editor look here for details.moreless
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    Seasoned with Spirit

    Seasoned with Spirit

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    Native American Chef Loretta Barrett Oden (Citizen Potawatomi Nation) hosts the Regional Emmy award-winning PBS cooking, travel and Native American culture, five-part series.
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    The Meaning of Food

    The Meaning of Food

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    The Meaning of Food from PBS reveals the connection between food and our personal, cultural, and familial culture. Food has become a form of communication with deep meaning and it reflects our own views of the world and ourselves. Host Marcus Samuelsson is the executive chef of Aquavit and Riingo in New York City. In the first episode, "Food and Life," Chef Samuelsson travels across the country to meet people with a powerful connection to food such as the California chef who expresses his love for his daughter through food or the owner of a lunch stand who provides a taste of home through African cuisine. Episode two, "Food and Culture," looks at the connection between who we are and what we eat. The episode also explores the opposing tastes of different cultures. "Food and Family," the third episode, features families that have food at the center of their relationships.moreless
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    In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs

    In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs

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    In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs (1993), a cooking series that first aired in PBS, features 26 talented restaurant chefs as they cook their signature dishes and share their knowledge in preparing great recipes at home. Join Julia Child as she cooks with these great chefs and asks them several questions about their cooking techniques and kitchen tips to make home cooking better. The program shows how to prepare perfectly cooked meals by choosing the correct ingredients and spices, and making the perfect desert to compliment a dish. It covers preparing simple dishes to more complicated ones that include essential cooking tips such as making the perfect pizza Margherita dough with a proper kneading technique, the importance of tossing the salad correctly, or precutting meat before grilling or cooking to avoid oxidation. In one of the episodes with Chef Jody Adams, Julia learns the potential dangers of swallowing a bay leaf. In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs features great American recipes with famous restaurant chefs and shows how these dishes can be made at home.moreless
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    Julia Child: Cooking with Master Chefs

    Julia Child: Cooking with Master Chefs

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    Julia Child: Cooking with Master Chefs takes you in the kitchen with Our Lady of the Ladle, Julia Child, and one of contemporary cooking's finest chefs. Child, who became an American icon for introducing French cuisine to the American public with her celebrated recipe books, hosts the show and visits 16 master chefs from around the world. This PBS cooking series ran from 1993 to 1994, bringing viewers detailed demonstrations of recipes and cooking techniques from two passionate culinary experts. The sixteen episodes include a visit to Emeril Lagasse's kitchen in New Orleans for a lesson in Big Easy crawfish boils. Child also travels to Berkeley, California for a session with Alice Walters all about the California Regional Cuisine her restaurant, Chez Panisse, is famous for. Jeremiah Tower prepares some mouth-watering chicken and vegetable dishes, and Amy Ferguson-Ota pairs papaya and banana with seared Ono and curry from her home kitchen in Hawaii. Each episode of Julia Child: Cooking with Master Chefs brings new insight into how the great chefs create their masterpieces in their own kitchens.moreless
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    Julia Child and More Company

    Julia Child and More Company

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    PBS (ended 1980)
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    Julia Child and Company

    Julia Child and Company

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    PBS (ended 1979)