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    I've only had kimchee once, and it locked my jaws! I love sauerkraut. I would try kimchee again.
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    For some, it may be an acquired taste especially with the very spicy kind.
    Most of my tutoring are Korean, and each family's kimchi is different.
    On family even did a "sweet" (not dessert sweet, but not picante) kimchi with apples and ??? spices/seasonings.
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    All of these additions to the show have the effect of highlighting what really makes Project Runway work: the skill and craft of fashion design under enormous constraints.

    Compare that to Bravo’s Top Chef Masters, which just concluded a season that was mostly about piling gimmick on top of gimmick. Cook a meal in the middle of nowhere—after skydiving, using a camp stove, with no utensils or knives, and your feet tied behind your head. (I exaggerate only slightly.) Likewise, Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race has become unwatchable because it is nothing more than the producers screwing with the contestants via Tyler Florence (who’s as unlikable a host as Curtis Stone), preventing them from doing what the show is supposed to be about: running a food truck.
    I could not agree more!

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    Halloween Wars starts tomorrow. I looked at the teams on FN site and am shocked that I do not recognize any of the contestants. Still looking forward to it though.

    I do miss the cake, chocolate and candy shows.🎃
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    I am glad for the winners of the food truck race.
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    I kind of enjoyed Guy's Grocery Games. Has anyone else seen it?
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    I saw it. While I cannot stand Guy, I thought the show was one of the more entertaining ones when compared with something like Cutthroat Kitchen. I'd watch it again.
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    I watched it too and liked it.
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    I'm not a fan of Melissa D'Arabian, but she won't get in my way. I'm OK with Guy. Don't know who the other guy is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    I'm not a fan of Melissa D'Arabian, but she won't get in my way. I'm OK with Guy. Don't know who the other guy is.
    Haven't seen the show. Can't stand Fieri nor D'Arabian. There's a third FN star?
    Can't see myself tuning in...unless I really like #3 whomever.
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