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    Wild On

    Wild On

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    E! (ended 2002)
    Bubbly beauty Brooke Burke could have a good time at an accounting seminar, so just imagine the fun she'll have at some of the world's most exotic, festive and glamorous destinations. From Australia, South America, Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean, to American party spots like Las Vegas and Chicago, Wild On follows Brooke as she checks out the food, the people and the nightlife that give each place its unique flair.moreless
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    Celebrity Ready, Steady, Cook

    Celebrity Ready, Steady, Cook

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    BBC (ended 2000)
    A British cooking show where celebrities guest star and help chefs to cook meals, a winner is chosen by the audience and the winning celebrity choose a charity to give their prize too.moreless
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    Chef!

    Chef!

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    BBC (ended 1996)
    Gareth Blackstock (Lenny Henry) is a master chef with an obsessive drive for culinary perfection, with no friends or outside interests other than his wife Janice, (Caroline Lee-Johnson) and remarkable verbal talents used primarily to creatively abuse his unfortunate staff of assistant cooks, although he is perfectly prepared to give the same treatment to waiters, management, suppliers, bankers, and, occasionally, customers.moreless
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    The Food Factory

    The Food Factory

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    ITV (ended 1999)
    With Rod Hull & Nigella Lawson.
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    Unwrapped

    Unwrapped

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    Food Network
    Ever wondered where the tiny marshmallows in your breakfast cereal came from? Have we got a show for you! Each week, Unwrapped uncovers behind-the-scenes details on classic American food, from peanut butter and chocolate syrup to French fries and bubblegum. Join host Marc Summers as he explores the test kitchens and the secrets behind lunch box treats, soda pop, movie candy, and more. Unwrapped--the show for everyone who's ever worn a pair of wax lips.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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    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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    Essence of Emeril

    Essence of Emeril

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    Food Network
    Emeril Lagasse shares tips and recipes for his cajun and creole dishes. His recipes include everything from drinks to desserts.
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    Emeril Live

    Emeril Live

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    Food Network (ended 2009)
    Kick it up to notches unknown with Emeril Live. In front of a live audience, Emeril Lagasse--a master chef and owner of New Orleans' most talked-about restaurants--demonstrates gourmet cooking, with a bam!moreless
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    Iron Chef Japan

    Iron Chef Japan

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    Fine Living
    Iron Chef is an innovative cooking competition from Japan. Originally produced by Fuji TV, Iron Chef combined the excitement of a one on one sports competition with gourmet cooking.

    The title Iron Chef comes from the original Japanese title, Ironmen of Cooking.

    This innovative game show was always popular in its native Japan, but it found international success when the Food Network bought the series and began airing English dubbed episodes. It became a cult c as viewers were treated to exotic ingredients and innovative cooking techniques. No expense was spared. Chefs seemed to have almost limitless supplies of the most exotic and expensive gourmet ingredients.

    The competition is hosted by Chairman Kaga, an over-the-top master of ceremonies. He introduced a "secret ingredient" that the challenger and the chosen Iron Chef had to incorporate into every dish. Originally, the program was 30 minutes long, but it was soon expanded to an hour format. Each chef presented his/her dishes to a panel of 3-4 judges who rated the dishes to crown a winner. All of the competitions occurred in a specially designed "kitchen stadium".

    The New York Times once described Iron Chef as "kamikaze cooking". Iron Chefs and their competitors became celebrities in their own right. Storylines developed between groups determined to defeat the Iron Chefs.

    The show was so successful in English speaking countries that several spin-offs, specials, and updated versions were produced. On May 5, 2008, Fine Living, a sibling channel of Food Network owner Scripps Howard, began airing the show under the title of Iron Chef Japan, as not to confuse it with Food's Iron Chef America spin off series. They also assigned new production codes and replaced the old music with something different.moreless
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    Sara's Secrets

    Sara's Secrets

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    Food Network (ended 2006)
    Executive chef of Gourmet Magazine, Sara Moulton reveals the secret recipes of her cook book. From time to time she invites guest chefs, cook book authors and food specialists. With six years airing time, more than three hundred episodes and having still reruns on Food Network it is one of the most successful food shows on TV screen. Watch reruns Tuesdays 4:30 AM on Food Network.moreless
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    Oliver's Twist

    Oliver's Twist

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    A&E (ended 2007)
    Jamie Oliver does what he loves most: cook for his mates. From musicians to fashion models to magicians, everyone is invited back to the Oliver flat for a meal they'll never forget. Follow Jamie on shopping expeditions to his favorite stores and get tips and insight on his selections. Then enjoy that inimitable Jamie style as he rustles up a heap of excitingly good Food.moreless
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    Melting Pot

    Melting Pot

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    BBC
    Welcome to The Melting Pot guide at TV.com. Seven episodes were produced, none aired.
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    The Galloping Gourmet

    The Galloping Gourmet

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    (ended 1971)
    The Galloping Gourmet, hosted by Graham Kerr, a charming, engaging host who brought a flair of flamboyance to his recipes. The series was produced by his wife Treena Kerr for the Canadian audience, this classic cooking show went into syndication in the U.S. and was a hit.

    455 episodes were produced.moreless
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    Good Eats

    Good Eats

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    Food Network (ended 2012)
    Food can be fun! That's the message of Good Eats, where host Alton Brown explores the ways that food is prepared and the whys of food science. Along the way he and his cast of characters and experts slip in history, comedy, pop references, and (most of the time) a generous pinch of kosher salt. If you want to go beyond what to do into why you do it, then tune in to Good Eats on the Food Network!moreless
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    $40 a Day

    $40 a Day

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    Food Network (ended 2005)
    $40 a Day is a fun, family-oriented food & travel show hosted by Rachael Ray. Rachael packs her bags & hits the road in search of the most delicious, international food experiences- all on a budget of $40 a Day. She travels to different cities & towns throughout America & Europe in search of exceptional food at affordable prices. The mission is to satisfy her hunger for tasty snacks & hearty meals while staying within her budget limitations. Her challenge is to eat the best three meals & a snack that she can on her budget. Watching her budget means Rachael dines everywhere from crab shacks & pubs to five star restaurants, sampling the best, most authentic food at every stop. With each step, Rachael offers practical tips on how to enjoy gourmet fare without blowing the budget. Along the way, Rachael enjoys local culture & happenings of whatever city she is exploring.

    All episode descriptions are used from Food Network with their permission.

    Rachael Ray is also the host of Food Network's 30 Minute Meals, Inside Dish, & Rachael Ray's Tasty Travelsmoreless
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    30 Minute Meals with Rachael Ray

    30 Minute Meals with Rachael Ray

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    Food Network
    Would you believe you can make impressive and delectable meals at home in less time than it takes to get takeout? Let Rachael Ray show you how easy it can be. From comfort food to sophisticated fare for entertaining, Rachael promises that her dazzling dishes will never take more than 30 minutes to make, from start to finish. Now you can put great food on the table, and still have time to enjoy your family, friends or tackle that home improvement project you've been waiting to get your hands on. "And remember, a good meal is never more than 30 minutes away." Rachael Ray is also the host of Food Network's $40 a Day, Inside Dish and Tasty Travels. *All The Synopses Are Taken From FoodTV.Com* 30 Minute Meals Airs: EASTERN AND PACIFIC TIME ZONES: Monday thru Friday: 2:30pm, 6:00pm and 6:30pm Saturday and Sunday: 8:30am and 11:30am MOUNTAIN TIME ZONE: Monday thru Friday: 3:30pm, 7:00pm and 7:30pm Saturday and Sunday: 9:30am and 12:30pm CENTRAL TIME ZONE: Monday thru Friday: 1:30pm, 5:00pm and 5:30pm Saturday and Sunday: 7:30am and 10:30ammoreless
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    Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World

    Andrew Zimmern's Bizarre World

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    Travel Channel
    Andrew Zimmern explores the cultural side of the worlds most exotic locations. Zimmern of "Bizarre Foods" fame will focus on the people, politics, and culture of the worlds must see locations along with the cuisine analysis he's famous for. Learn interesting facts, history, and culture of the world's most well know locales with Andrew Zimmern and "Bizarre Worlds".moreless
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    Ciao America with Mario Batali

    Ciao America with Mario Batali

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    Food Network (ended 2004)
    America has a longtime love affair with Italian food and all things Italian. Now, Chef Mario Batali crosses the country in search of the folks who cook up the best Italian eats, and keep the Italian way of life alive on our shores. He’ll meet up with families, chefs, shop keepers, and food artisans to find out their secrets for making the most delectable Italian food. They’ll also share their stories, traditions, and show you how to live ‘La Dolce Vita’ (the sweet life) everyday.moreless
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    In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs

    In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs

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    PBS
    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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