I am glad you remembered who all these people are.Quote:
Originally Posted by Dogbat
I though I was alone in watching these cooking shows. Already know how to cook but love to see what others are doing with food and to get new menu ideas.
Michael My impression of him was the real life version of Sideshow Bob from the Simpsons! :doh
Suzanne Too similar in appearance to that Rachel Ray gal who already has a show on Food Network (are they related?). I find Ray's show really annoying particularly when she tastes the food in her show and her eyes roll back up into her head like a shark on a feeding frenzy and her other annoying overuse of "YUM-OH" :confused
Hans I think this is the guy who seems to be the one who would hold my interest (at least for a few eppys) of a cooking show. Needs to get his personality showing through a bit more as he seems like he could be really a lot of fun. You are right though on the fear of food thing.... definite downfall for any wannabe chef!
Dan and Steve They could be contenders but need to work a whole lot more on their timing and stage personnas. One guy seems almost shell shocked when he is before the camera. But I COULD watch these two as they would be entertaining.
Deborah, Eric:down Harmony... definitely brain dead and good thing she is gone.
Sorry to see Brook go so early in the competition. :crying
This definitely is not Hell's Kitchen but still has been entertaining once we all got past the first eppy. Did enjoy the background info on the working of the FN kitchen and shows though! I guess you really only need to have a mild working knowledge of food and kitchen appliances as it appears once you have a show all the prep, etc. is done by the sous chefs and staff.