Tell me this isn't the most bogus, contrived and bullshit show that Food Network has ever tried to pass off as legitamite! And what is it with Food Network's obsession with making cooking competitive and confrontational? Is it any wonder why we are considered UGLY Americans by so much of the world, the way we trivialize and waste food , while so many in America are starving to death!
Another great episode. I have a full run-down of last night's episode with commentary here. and a very cool interview with Celebrity Chef Tim Love who was on Top Chef Masters and was the guest judge on last night Top Chef episode here.
Another great episode. I really think that Vegas is the perfect place to make this show. I love the way they are working it into each episode so far. Here is my full run-down so as to avoid any spoilers: JoeOnTheTube.
Top Chef Masters was an ok distraction to pass the time, but I'm really excited Top Chef is back for season 6. I'm watched all the previews, the videos, and red the bios and here are my picks for the top 8.
I don't know if this is allowed here, and if not the mods can feel free to remove this post, but I would like to send out a general invite to food_tv_snark for rantings about the Food Network and other food TV shows.