Top 10 TV Shows/Movies of the Decade

10. Julie and Julia: A little slow and a little annoying at times, but it still deserves a spot on here.

9. The Princess and the Frog: Yes, I realize this hasn’t come out yet, but it’s a disney movie! How bad can it be?

8. Ace of Cakes: Nice blend of art and cake, although ultimately pointless.

7. 30-minute meals with Rachel Ray: Yes, her voice is a little annoying and I object to her crumbling under the pressure to lose weight, but someone who can chop that fast AND talk at the same time, deserves a spot on here.

6. Chopped: Iron Chef without the drama.

5. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Burton’s, of course!): Chocolate river, enough said.

4. Unwrapped: Interesting facts about food that you never wanted to know but will be glad to learn. Oh and my 11-year-old brother likes this show. If that’s not a good enough reason, I don’t know what is.

3. The Biggest Loser: Something about it is strangely motivating. Don’t need all the paraphernalia though…

2. Iron Chef: Do I need a reason?

And the NUMBER ONE TV show/Movie in the past 10 years is most defiantly…..

Picture courtesy of The Food Network

1. Good Eats: If you haven’t seen this show and enjoy tinkering with recipes, I’m sorry for your loss. Alton Brown is absolutely hilarious as well.

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3 responses to “Top 10 TV Shows/Movies of the Decade

  1. Nina December 7, 2009 at 2:47 am

    Nice list, Alton Brown rocks!

    • eeyoreblues27 December 7, 2009 at 11:27 pm

      I love the baking episodes. It’s so helpful when you’re trying to switch ingredients around.

      Still haven’t been able to master relatively low-calorie, high-protein cookies though!

  2. jord January 14, 2010 at 9:47 pm

    I think another show that deserves a spot on here is The Splendid Table. Given, it’s on the radio, but I always enjoy listening to that show, unless the host is ranting about some obscure meat.

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