It's light, it's fun and everybody involved be that hosts, guests or audience members seem to be having a good time. And that makes a nice change from dull panel shows or topical debate programmes that clog up the rest of the schedules.
You'll either love or dislike the personalities of the two hosts but they seem to get on well and their energy is quite infectious. I'm not sure the interviewing of guests really works as it always seems overly researched and stilted, but that's not really what the show is all about. It's an entertaining cookery show and they are in short supply.