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Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Merry Christmas from Christmas Foodie heaven.


I love to sit back and watch tv cookery or food associated programmes at the best of times and with a few days festive holiday coming up this weekend then why not indulge myself with programmes by my favourite chefs on the telly. After all Christmas is the time many of us get festive, enjoy some foodie treats and drinks.


Browsing through the Christmas Radio Times I was astonished at the amount of food and drink programes on the telly over the period  - 17th -30th December. Just for fun I typed out the list of programmes and added a few others for a giggle. This is just the tip of the iceberg and I didn't even look at the radio programmes that might feature food reports or anything on Sky ect.


Come dine with me. Five episodes in one afternoon.
Countrywise Kitchen – stocking the winter larder.
Countrywise Kitchen - five other episodes.
Sunday brunch – Saturday starter.
Food Network
The Roasts of Christmas Past.
Celebrity Eggheads - a cracking show.
Christmas at River Cottage
River Cottage Christmas Feast
Christmas at River Cottage (yep, another one from another year)
River Cottage Christmas Fayre
Christmas with Gordon.
An Italian Christmas with Mario and Giada.
Ratatouille – film from a Parisian kitchen from the viewpoint of a cuddly rat
Nigella’s Christmas Kitchen – several luscious episodes.
Best Dish – the chefs.
Jamie’s Christmas – with Bells on.
Sweeney Todd- the demon barber of Fleet Street. Programme with pies and free meat.
The Hairy Bikers Christmas Party.
The Food Hospital.
Delia’s Classic Christmas
Rick Stein’s Spanish Christmas.
Nigel Slater’s Simple Christmas.
Lorraine’s Last Minute Christmas.
Raymond Blanc’s Christmas Feast

Come Dine with me - Comedians Christmas Special.
Gordon’s Christmas Cookalong – Get Ready.
Come Dine with me – extra portions.
Porridge.

HAVE A GREAT CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR!!!

3 comments:

Gailsman said...

I love watching Come Dine With Me. Some of the contestants are really awful, and Dave Lamb's narration is hilarious.

The Quizzical Observer said...

Merry Christmas to you too Phil. Keep up the good work in 2012.

Ken Devine said...

Enjoy your Christmas, Phil and thanks for 2011 posts. You've been a good read.