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RIP Chef Carl Ruiz


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I know most members here don’t watch a lot of Food Network. I do, I leave it on in the background most days as I find it calming compared to say, the news or Jerry Springer. 

 

  Carl was a huge personality. He lived well and did whatever sparked his interest, and did so passionately. 

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20 hours ago, MetsFan5 said:

I know most members here don’t watch a lot of Food Network. I do, I leave it on in the background most days as I find it calming compared to say, the news or Jerry Springer. 

 

  Carl was a huge personality. He lived well and did whatever sparked his interest, and did so passionately. 

I’m with you. FN is on a lot. But no baking challenges or kids who cook. 

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@gfweb same. Unless it’s chopped. Then I decide I’d love to adopt those kids (despite them having their own parents). 

   The baking competitions are always a hard no from me. 

  

  Food Network and HGTV are on a lot in our home. I find most of their shows calming and good background noise. 

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7 hours ago, MetsFan5 said:

@gfweb same. Unless it’s chopped. Then I decide I’d love to adopt those kids (despite them having their own parents). 

   The baking competitions are always a hard no from me. 

  

  Food Network and HGTV are on a lot in our home. I find most of their shows calming and good background noise. 

Recipe TV is good as well

 

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