It seems that besides America's Test Kitchen and their companion show Cook's Country and maybe Martha Steward's Cooking School, there are very few shows on TV these days that actually teach you how to cook. I don't mean how to cut up an onion or mince garlic but advanced techniques and processes.
I've learned more in the past few months watching old reruns of Julia Child from the 60's and 70's than I have from watching the Food Channel for the past few years. Sure I've picked up some tips here and there but most of the shows are just preparing standard recipes that you could easily look-up and prepare without knowing much more than simple frying, brazing, sauteing or roasting techniques, all very basic stuff.
Is there a market for an advanced cooking show that really teaches you something new and advanced?
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