The Cooking Den has compiled what they consider The 30 Worst Cooking Shows of All-Time. From the surprisingly watchable and guilty pleasures, to the downright awful — the list covers all bases. There are even a few ‘shows’ that most people have probably never heard of. Some of which appear so bad, that we’re having a hard time believing they actually exist.
Don’t cash in your 401k to attend culinary school just yet. Top Chef is looking to expand on their product-placing empire with Top Chef University—an online culinary school.
According to their official press release:
Top Chef University, perfect for everyone from experienced foodies to the home cook, is a fraction of the cost of traditional culinary school and provides access to virtual courses 24/7.
Here at foodiggity, we were curious about what this TCU had to offer. As the concept of TCU is based on a game show, we wanted to focus on the personalities involved. So we looked over the former chef’testants turned ‘instructors’ and took a guess of what we can expect to learn for $24.95 a month.
Over the past ten years, we’ve seen quite a few culinary trends. Some were innovative… Most were downright intolerable. Today, foodiggity would like to focus specifically on some of the words and phrases that have seeped into our lexicon. All of which are intolerable.
So, without further ado and in no particular order, the 19 most unfortunate food terms from the past decade.
- Michael hates two things… Broccoli and smiling.
- Safe to say that Kevin’s beard always smells like ham.
- If Gail is going to cover the goods, then we have no use for her.
- Kevin would certainly win ‘Top Future Mall Santa’.
- Bryan zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz… What? Where were we?
- Michael even rolls his sleeves like a douche.
- The Top Chef video editors are mad geniuses who like to toy with our emotions. Don’t they know that we’re fragile?