Over the past few years, Americans have developed a seemingly insatiable appetite for watching chefs cook on television.Food-related TV shows were once relegated to the Food Network and PBS, but this year networks are scrambling to get a piece of the growing foodie audience. New food shows are debuting on channels like SyFy, Bravo, Fox, TLC and NBC. At the same time, the owners of the Food Network are launching a new 24-hour food network called the Cooking Channel.Over the past few years, ...
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