Wednesday, September 14, 2011

He's a food god

Was watching the latest episode of Chuck's Day Off, {episode 1 from season 3}  and trying to explain yet again, why he's so damned cool to my mother.
Ironically, I had picked up the latest copy of  Food Network Magazine for October, and they had a small two pager on Chuck Hughes.    It talked about his making poutine on Iron Chef America and winning.  That by the by was a fabulous episode.   {the magazine also had a few American version listed }

Mom's never liked poutine so she was so not impressed.   But if you've been reading me for any length of time, you know I'm impressed. Very very impressed. {deep sigh for the hottie chef}

All this got me thinking about the life span of cooking shows in general.   Because there are so many cooking shows out there; specially in the last 7 years or so, the life of a cooking show {the amount of brand new episodes that are produced} is about two seasons. 

Even though, he's on the list of food gods {in my world he is. Along with Micheal Smith and Bob Blumer} I'd love to see someone do a cooking show that is all vegetarian.  Cause if one is out there, I've never come across it.  And I don't mean just episodes here and there, but at lest one full season.  And it seems, my little youtube show doesn't count in the grand scheme of things.