Pop culture, comedy, and plain good eating: host Alton Brown explores the origins of ingredients, decodes culinary customs and presents food and equipment trends. Punctuated by unusual ... See full summary »
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From preparing a special dish for a date to helping beginners master the perfect meal for their partner, Damaris plays matchmaker and chef to a tee in her six-episode series, providing entertainment and delicious food along the way.
good show on cooking but the host gets annoying sometimes
30 minutes meals is a very good cooking show with one of the most popular hosts on the Food Network(Rachael Ray). She shows you that a good meal can be made very quickly and it's better than eating out at a fast food restaurant. She has very good tips that she adds in there and she crosses many kinds of food types. Most of the dishes look good to eat she uses food that you might not of heard of. I don't know if she really does it for only 30 minutes or if she cheats any time she looks kinda rushed sometimes so some dishes might take more than 30 minutes for the average cook. The only I don't like about the show is that Rachael gets corny every once in a while. Everything is perfect for her and she has the perfect family and the perfect childhood. I get very mad and sometimes I want to change the channel, but corniness aside shes a very good cook and it's a show worth watching.
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