This is a local PBS cooking show that is really good and I love how Chef Folse tells about the history of dishes. He also does cooking segments on the local CBS affiliate were some videos are available on the site. wafb.com/...-up-with-chef-john-folse
They also have free ones on ITunes.
My middle son wants to attend Nicholls State University because of the Chef John Folse Culinary Institute. They have a regular 4 year Bachelor of Science Degree or a 2 year Associates Degree.
Our PBS station used to have the best cooking shows back in the '70's! Madeline Dupree, Galloping Gourmet, Yan Can Cook, some older bayou gentleman & the list goes on but I can't remember the names! Wish they would put on reruns!
Been watching cooking shows since the Galloping Gourmet in the 70's--right now I am into Jamie At Home, Pioneer Woman(who led me to this site),Barefoot Contessa,Paula,Everyday Italian and I check out others frequently-Oh I almost forgot Cooks Illustrated's America's Test Kitchen and Martha's Everyday Food.
So... the finalists were Adrien and Jennifer! I'm so glad Christian was gone. He WAS talented... he made things that he had never tried to make before, and was pretty much successful at them all, but his attitude made him into a LOSER!
Both Jennifer and Adrien really inspired me. Adrien had a total passion for food and his plates were so colorful and amazing and Jennifer was so meticulous and accurate... I thought it was a great season...
I though it would be neat to start a group where we can gather and share recipes that call for whole grains. Adding more whole grains to our diet is so important. I use freshly ground flour and I know there has to be more out there that do too or have the desire to. If you strive to add more whole grains to your diet please join us and share some of your best whole grain recipes.