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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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    The Mind of a Chef

    The Mind of a Chef

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    Anthony Bourdain takes viewers into the mind of chef and restaurateur David Chang in The Mind of a Chef. The show takes travel, cooking, history, science, and humor to a new level. Chang travels round the world to random food joints- from ramen factories in Japan to taking a BBQ tour in Texas, North Carolina, and Kansas City. The series won 9 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Culinary Program, Outstanding Main Title and Graphic Design, Outstanding Single Camera Editing, Outstanding Single Camera Photography, Outstanding Main Title and Graphic Design, Outstanding Individual in Animation - production design, Outstanding Directing in a Lifestyle/Culinary/Travel Program, Outstanding Cinematography and Outstanding Culinary Host - Gabrielle Hamilton & David Kinch.
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    Taste the Islands

    Taste the Islands

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    TASTE THE ISLANDS showcases the sweet, spicy and exotic flavors of Caribbean cuisine, introducing spices and traditional dishes, explaining their history and relevance in Caribbean culture, and offering helpful tips and cooking techniques. The show is hosted by Hugh “Chef Irie” Sinclair, a personal chef and culinary consultant, and Nicole Hylton, a Jamaican-born foodie who challenges him to incorporate favorite island flavors into a mouth-watering Caribbean- styled meal.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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    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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    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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