How Food Network Turned Big-city Chef Culture Into Middle-America Pop Culture

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How Food Network Turned Big-city Chef Culture Into Middle-America Pop Culture

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    1bbqboy
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    Re: How Food Network Turned Big-city Chef Culture Into Middle-America Pop Culture 2017/12/04 20:06:23 (permalink)
    That just might be your all time most annoying post. Congratulations.
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    Re: How Food Network Turned Big-city Chef Culture Into Middle-America Pop Culture 2017/12/04 20:38:03 (permalink)
    The article should have been a video, that's the way it was written. It was interesting, but not too easy to read and keep track of.
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    Re: How Food Network Turned Big-city Chef Culture Into Middle-America Pop Culture 2017/12/05 10:19:53 (permalink)
    I enjoyed the article, and it is essentially true.
     
    Shows such as these stimulate demand for 'finer things' and have resulted in, among other things, upgrades in small-town fine dining and truly decent pizza now being able to be had most everywhere. 
     
    Presently, the same phenomenon seems to be happening with certain styles of BBQ.  And, it has even led to establishments in the "food capitals" to up their games.
     
    As Martha Stewart would say, "And that's a good ting."
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    Re: How Food Network Turned Big-city Chef Culture Into Middle-America Pop Culture 2017/12/05 11:02:00 (permalink)
    MetroplexJim
    I enjoyed the article, and it is essentially true.
     
    Shows such as these stimulate demand for 'finer things' and have resulted in, among other things, upgrades in small-town fine dining and truly decent pizza now being able to be had most everywhere. 
     
    Presently, the same phenomenon seems to be happening with certain styles of BBQ.  And, it has even led to establishments in the "food capitals" to up their games.
     
    As Martha Stewart would say, "And that's a good ting."


    Agreed.....It's the great food "melting pot"!!
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