Ok, so we know that FoodTV is usually playing something moderately useless... like the 34th Annual Sugar Crystal Cookoff in Vegas or the 4974676th episode of Unwrapped.
I, as many of you, watch Alton Brown's Good Eats and will watch his new show when it starts airing. I also, I'll admit it, will watch Rachel Ray's 30 Minute Meals if an episode is on when I turn on the TV. I loved the original Iron Chef episodes, and I watch Iron Chef America (yay Julie Powell and Jeffrey Steingarten judging in the same episode, I think it made me giddy).
But what else is there that plays regularly? I think I've seen every rerun of A Cook's Tour and I do Tivo for the new episodes of No Reservations. I've started watching Andrea Immer when I see her show on the Travel Channel.
But I keep reading these passing mentions of "I still like PBS the best." Which cooking shows that PBS airs do you like? The few I've caught I've been less than impressed with, but I think I'm just not catching the "right" ones.