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    Quote Originally Posted by Florimel View Post
    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.
    I just caught one episode and I agree. Not bad. I was surprised to see one competetor use truffle oil because he was an executive chef and he should have known better.

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    I've always liked Melissa D'Arabian and I'm glad they seem to be giving her more to do. I've picked up several nice recipes from her show.
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    Guys Grocery whatever is getting boring for me. I don't like chopped because they are forced to use obscure and unapetizing ingredients and this one does, too.

    I will stick with it because it is good to have on my DVR when I awake at 4am.

    Making dishes with only the cereal isle stuff was disappointing. I prefer it when the limitations are less. Enough already with frozen vegetables.

    I was impressed with Jill more than any other so far this season. I knew she would win. I would have lost that last challenge (steak and potatoes) because I would have gone for mashed cauliflower. I wonder why neither of them went for Simply Potatoes, a brand of already made mashed potatoes which are good. Clearly they would have to doctor them but the end result would have been better. I probably would have gone for meat in that same section, as well.

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    Anybody else watch the live broadcast of the Thanksgiving Show on Saturday?

    I watched about fifteen minutes of it and thought Giada was acting so very odd. It was all.about.her.all.the.time!!! I felt sorry for Ina Garten, especially, who couldn't get a word in edgewise.

    I don't mean to be a terrible person BUT I thought it was interesting that Giada badly sliced her finger during the show. Hmmm.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinderbox View Post
    Anybody else watch the live broadcast of the Thanksgiving Show on Saturday?

    I watched about fifteen minutes of it and thought Giada was acting so very odd. It was all.about.her.all.the.time!!! I felt sorry for Ina Garten, especially, who couldn't get a word in edgewise.

    I don't mean to be a terrible person BUT I thought it was interesting that Giada badly sliced her finger during the show. Hmmm.....
    I didn't see this but I have seen her guest spots on Today, The Talk, etc and she behaved the way you describe, very flirtatious. She dominates in a way to draw others into her spotlight and contribute to her trip. Odd, yes.

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    And she loves showing her girls for all to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinderbox View Post
    I watched about fifteen minutes of it and thought Giada was acting so very odd. It was all.about.her.all.the.time!!! I felt sorry for Ina Garten, especially, who couldn't get a word in edgewise.
    I put it on and thought she was going to shove Ina to the ground! I had to turn it off.
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    I caught Ina's Thanksgiving show on Saturday. I think I'm going to try her stuffed turkey breast recipe.

    I don't care for Giada. I would have preferred she wasn't on the panel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debb70 View Post
    ...I don't care for Giada. I would have preferred she wasn't on the panel.
    Given the DiLaurentis connections in the industry, I'm sure that her agent[s] and attorney[s] have secured ironclad contracts for her to be wherever she wants to be.
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    Turkey breast!!!
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