Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Close to the Bone

Guest post of the week by Deangelo Spencer

Baking shows are the best.  They are the perfect show to put on after a long day of hard, grueling work at the office.  There may be nothing in the world that is better than watching a nice show about baking.  It is such a great escape.  I love to learn new tips and tricks about how to make mouth-watering dishes for myself and my family.

My absolute favorite baking show of all-time is Close to the Bone - Surgeons and Chefs.  Close to the Bone - Surgeons and Chefs is an extremely intriguing and ambiguous cooking show.  I watch this fine program on my Best Choice TV.  It was created by the very smart Mr. Richard Hu.  Richard Hu is actually a great orthopedic surgeon in his day job.  But at night, he is a world-class chef.  What a talented guy.  This show is on the Canadian Learning Channel.  The show's set is even made up to look like an operating room.  The various surgeons who are on this show cook a variety of interesting meals that relate in some way to their medical specialties.  For instance, a surgeon who focuses on knees is likely to come on the show and cook fried drumsticks.  A hematologist could cook up some liver.  It's a goofy show, but I can't get enough of it.

Close to the Bone is an excellent show.

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