I'm looking for feedback re: an idea for a cooking show
i'm a 26 yr old female chef, been cooking for the past 6 yrs
professionally. i recently have been offered funding for a cooking show.
my idea is somewhere between carrie bradshaw meets jamie oliver. the
is great basic food that can be cooked at home, geared towards the
young urban kid into free range and organic, as we all are. how to throw
a dinner party for your friends, or if you have a hot date, or if your folks
come into town. this is of course with an edgey banter of
the young single girl chef, who went out drinking way too late, went to
see this band play and oh wait that club has great sushi! or the hors
doeuvres at the marc jacobs trunk show were super yummy...
most kqed cooking shows are great yet boring, bay cafe
makes me yawn, i mean i work 6 nights a week, i hardly watch cooking
shows, yet i know a lot of people do, and i think this could be fun.
please give me any feedback