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Lately I’ve become obsessed with Food Network Challenge, a televised weekly food battle that features bravado, trash-talking and excessive compensation–it’s like professional sports, only without the face-painting and lame halftime shenanigans.
The challenges run the gamut, from best burgers to top tailgate fare, but I’ve found that I’m particularly enamored by the cake-related challenges, partly because of the unabashed absurdity underlying the “challenges,” and partly because sexy cake decorator Jason Ellis doesn’t appear on Food Network Challenge: Chili Cookoff or Food Network Challenge: Extreme BBQ. Ellis is as hilarious and charming as he is cute; it’s an irresistible combination. Continue reading
But there’s more eye candy to be had besides the actual candy (and cookies and olive-oil-laden fettunta) in Ina Garten’s kitchen, and his name is T. R. Pescod. Continue reading
On the Simpsons episode, “Lisa’s Wedding,” which takes place twenty years in the future, Marge turns to Homer at one point and remarks, “You know, FOX turned into a hard core sex channel so gradually, I didn’t even notice.” Though it was a dig at the sleazy programming Fox was known for in the ’90s, the comment often comes to my mind when I’m watching the Food Network. Continue reading