What's with all these, brand new, 1-star, 1 line reviews? This is a fun, lighthearted cooking show that is fun to watch
Let me start by saying that in recent years, I'd given up on cooking shows due to being burned out. Hell's Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, Masterchef, etc all disappointed me, Chopped was fine but still too serious for my taste, and I felt like there was no cooking show worth spending time on anymore. I had heard about this show over the years, but never got around to watching it. That is, until a few months ago, simply on a whim.
It was on TV, nothing else I cared about was on, so I gave it a shot. Guess what? I loved it. I love the unique dishes that the contestants make. I love the fact that the judges aren't snobs like on most cooking shows. Surprisingly enough, I liked Guy Fieri, who I didn't think much of beforehand.
This is an easy show to watch and enjoy. The contestants are easy to root for most of the time, the judges are quality and the whole show has a somewhat care-free, easy going vibe to it. The episodes fly by, but you still get to enjoy them while they're going on. It's a perfect mix. There's a reason why this show is popular, and I hate that it took me so long to get on board to give it a shot.
The fact that there are so many brand new one-line reviews trashing it seems like a clear effort by trolls to brigade it. Never, and I mean never take a short review with an extremely high or low grade seriously. If I had done that, then maybe I never give this show a chance, and that would've been a loss for me. It's undoubtedly my favorite cooking show now, and while I'm never going to get around to watching every, or even half of the episodes, it's nice to know that I've finally found a cooking show I can enjoy while knowing that I won't get tired from it anytime soon.
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