Dining Poll: What Type of Food TV Do You Crave?

I don’t really watch a lot of food television, preferring to go out to eat or cook myself. If forced to choose, however, my favorite is anything featuring Jacques Pépin on PBS. There’s something so zen about his demeanor, his uber-efficient technique, and the fact that the food always seems to be the star. Having had the privilege of learning from him at The French Culinary Institute, I can tell you that he works as neatly even when there aren’t cameras trained on him, and that his appreciation of even the most simple foods, like bread and butter, is genuine. When you’re watching food-related TV, what type of program do you prefer? Weigh in on today’s poll!

2 Responses to “Dining Poll: What Type of Food TV Do You Crave?”

  1. Solavei

    One of the most exciting types of restaurants in the Los Angeles area is one that fuses together the flavors of two different food types. Fusion or specialty restaurants will give you a whole new taste sensation in some foods that you know and love. It’s a wonderful way to explore food and all of the variations of taste that are possible with foods that have never been joined together.

  2. Lambros Photios

    I personally prefer the destination shows, especially when they’re about your home town, or one you plan on visiting!

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