Cooking Channel

May 31, 2010 by Post Team 

Cooking ChannelCooking Channel:Well, I like what I’ve seen so far from the kitchen of the channel, which began today in the channel that was usually Fine Living Network (FLN). It is a corporate sibling of Food Network, and everything I’ve seen so far goes my common complaints about the Food Network.

When I started watching Food Network, was Mario Batali and Sara Moulton and Ming Tsai. Now, competition has 472 different shows, all of which look exactly alike, and the few cooking shows feature phrases dropping antics Guy Fieri and the promotion of deep and abiding love Guy Fieri.

Yes, it Emeril phrases, too, but have enough food at Emeril chops away with it.

Anyway, so far in Canal Cocina’ve seen all or part of the day outside Chuck, Chinese Food Made Easy and Indian food made easy. They all seem great. Indian food made easy, I realized, is actually an import from the BBC, and based on some of the terms I suspect the Chinese Food Made Easy is.

Like the Food Network, Cooking Channel makes it easy to find recipes on the website to show all that is transmitting at any given time, although there were a few 404 links this morning, so it still can be customized web site to work with the recipe database. I think we still are adjusting to the website in general – a finding “recent events” search box in the upper right shows the list of Food Network, Cooking shows no Canal, in its menu.

I’d love to Canal Cocina took some demonstrations of the vault of the Food Network from time to time – “Tsai Ming East Meets West”, for example, or “Molto Mario.” I do not think that’s likely, however.

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