Is "Extreme Chef" the beginning of the end for the Food Network?
Jun. 26, 2011 8:54 am
Updated: Jul. 3, 2011 7:53 pm
I just saw a promo for Extreme Chef-where contestants make a dinner on a car engine during a hurricane or an omelet in the middle of a bullfight-mindless entertainment like that.
Instead of educating and informing, the "Food" Network has resorted to one more mindless competition, altogether lacking in susbstance, and with the unrepentant intention of dumbing down this particular medium.
It was bad enough when the camera cared more about the feckless and arrogant judges and the culinary personalities other than the skills and acumen of the chefs themselves.
Ladies and gentlemen, has The "Food" Network sold their souls and completely jumped the shark?
I believe it has, and we are in for an endless buffet of Mako Meatloaf, Sand Tiger Tacos, Great White Waffles and Hammerhead Hot Dogs; all cooked up in a curry me mum made and grilled with Pablano peppers and EVOO that
that are off the hook from a recipe I got of the back of a Kool Whip can while vacationing in Florence Italy when I wasn't throwing a party in my beach home on the Cape.
If I ever see Snookie in a chef's hat I will shoot my TV!
Your comments are appreciated on this topic
Lets get this party rollin!!!!! :}