There was the fabulously Southern Nathalie Dupree, my favorite Frugal Gourmet, eating with the globe-trekking traveler Burt Wolfe and my sister's fave "Nahr lehns" (New Orleans) Cajun chef Justin Wilson and his famous, "I guarentee."
These days, I still spend some Saturday afternoons with PBS playing because I really like cooking shows where they are actually cooking..... and eating.... and then cooking some more -- preferably in pretty settings or settings that remind me of my own kitchen.
|Credit: Rachel Khoo|
One of my new discoveries is Rachel Khoo -- an adorably normal, petite British chef that makes easy to enjoy dishes in an itty-bitty kitchen that look elegant while being people friendly at the same time. I ran across her first show, Little Paris Kitchen, one afternoon while I was waiting for Nigella to come on. I adored it show much that I promptly whipped out my kindle and ordered the cookbook. She now has a new show, Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook: London, where she revisits her culinary roots and takes in the scene around her city. It's delicious fun.
|Image credit: www. RachelKhoo.com with Seasonal Berries and @BritishBerries|
To your happy eating,