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Poll: Foodie Fix!

What is your poison? What do you prefer to watch when you have a craving to watch something about food?

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    Julia Child in The French Chef (1962)

    I am first and foremost a budding chef. I prefer to watch old school cooking shows like Julia Child's The French Chef (1962–1973); Mary Ann Esposito's Ciao Italia (1989); etc....
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    Alton Brown in Good Eats (1999)

    Inquiring minds need to know! I prefer to watch cooking science shows like Alton Brown's Good Eats (1999); etc....
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    Gordon Ramsay, Joe Bastianich, and Graham Elliot in MasterChef USA (2010)

    I prefer the heat broiling from the ovens and stovetops of the amateur cooks in reality television competitions like in Masterchef (2010); etc...!
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    Gordon Ramsay, Joe Bastianich, and Graham Elliot in MasterChef Junior (2013)

    It's all about the next great generation of chefs from Masterchef Junior (2013)! It's a lot less violent and mean-spirited then watching the adults compete.
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    Iron Chef America: The Series (2004)

    Professionals really know throw knives and pots in their battle to bring their cooking game on! I prefer to watch professional chefs compete in shows like Iron Chef America (2005); etc....
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    The Mind of a Chef (2012)

    I love diving into the philosophy and soul of professional chefs like David Chang as they challenge their fellow friend/chefs in shows such as The Mind of a Chef (2012).
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    Guy Fieri in Diners, Drive-ins and Dives (2006)

    Just show me the cheap places to eat! I prefer diving stomach first into junk food Americana seen in shows like Diners, Drive-ins and Dives (2006); 9.99" (2003); $40 a Day (2002); etc....
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    Adam Richman in Man v. Food (2008)

    Man's greatest challenge is his stomach! I need to binge on extreme food shows like Man v. Food (2008); Epic Meal Time on Youtube; etc....
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    Bear Grylls in Man vs. Wild (2006)

    I need to beef up my survival skills! The best food show involves little to no cooking. Show me how to survive disasters and life in post-apocalyptic woods. I'll test my manhood and tenacity by watching shows like Man Vs Wild (2006), etc... simply to learn what I can eat and not eat during the worst of times.
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    Anthony Bourdain in Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (2005)

    I'm a foody extraordinaire! Show me the exotic! The rare! The mind blowingly foreign food that's flaunted and not-so-humble bragged on shows like Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (2005); etc....
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    Rachael Ray

    I prefer a little cooking and a whole lot of gabbing as seen on daytime talk shows hosted by Rachel Ray, et al....
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    Unwrapped (2001)

    Give me the polished and fully corporate-approved lowdown on my favorite junk foods as depicted in Unwrapped (2001).
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    Food, Inc. (2008)

    I prefer muckraking documentaries that shine a brilliant and necessary light on the food industry and how society as a whole consumes its precious food resources as in political docs like Food, Inc. (2008); King Corn (2007); The World According to Monsanto (2008); etc....
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    Helen Mirren in The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989)

    I prefer my foodie fix to be spicy, racy, and/or raunchy as depicted in The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover (1989); Tampopo (1985); etc....
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    John Leguizamo, Sofía Vergara, Jon Favreau, and Emjay Anthony in Chef (2014)

    Give me drama and entrepreneurial strife! I prefer my fictional restaurant business served in feature film vehicles like Chef (2014); Big Night (1996); Soul Kitchen (2009); etc....
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    Keri Russell in Waitress (2007)

    Give me romance with my slice of pie! I prefer sweeten foodie-based rom-coms like Waitress (2007); My Blueberry Nights (2007); etc....
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    Yu-Wen Wang, Chien-Lien Wu, and Kuei-Mei Yang in Eat Drink Man Woman (1994)

    Family means togetherness. Togetherness means great food.

    The family that feasts together, stays together the longest. I prefer feature films that are built around strong family traditions in the likes of Eat Drink Man Woman (1994); Tortilla Soup (2001); The Joy Luck Club (1993); etc....

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    Patton Oswalt in Ratatouille (2007)

    Provide me a vibrant animated feast as depicted in animated feature films such as Ratatouille (2007); Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009); etc....
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    Peter O'Toole in Ratatouille (2007)

    I'm old fashioned. I get my foodie fix kicks from print media such as magazine and newspaper restaurant reviews and various cooking/food articles.
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    The Simpsons (1989)

    I'm forward thinking. I get my foodie fix kicks online from foodie blogs and/or Yelp reviewers.

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