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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The Cooking Channel

The Food Network is starting a spin off  -- The Cooking Channel. Here's the story in the NY Times.

I'm glad, they're doing this. I've been bored with The Food Network for a long time -- really since they got rid of Emeril and Mario Batali. I hope they don't junk it up the way they did The Food Network -- with all those stupid challenges and contest shows.

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