To say I am obsessed with food television would be an understatement. As cliche as it sounds, I really am the number one fan. I liked food tv before Food Network existed. I used to watch infomercials for rotisserie ovens and pasta makers. I still hold a grudge against my mother for not buying me that dehydrator. I was an eight year old with a passion. Oddly, I was the pickiest eater back then. I’m talking buttered noodles, chicken nuggets kind of picky. When I started watching real cooking shows, I began to get more adventurous and learned valuable cooking skills. Now, as a 36 year old adult, I’ll try almost anything at a restaurant. I credit my love of food and cooking to my chef friends on tv. We still spend weekends together.
WE ARE BACK! Leanna’s computer was on life support for a few weeks, so TVTK was shutdown. Not to worry, the warranty covered the repairs and she is back to editing. We have a robust schedule of awesome content... Read More
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In 2013 I had an idea to start a blog where I recreated and reviewed recipes from cooking shows. I wanted to see if everything was as easy and tasty as the shows made it seem. So why are you reading this now a... Read More