The problem with cooking shows

09/29/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Cooking shows that reward presentation, creativity and complicated techniques are removing viewers from the basic goal of cooking, which is to make food taste good. "I have issues with a recipe that includes 50 ingredients, the last being micro kohlrabi, for garnish, and takes me longer to peruse than it would to eat," says the author, a retired chef.

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