Sunday, October 18
I'm not sure whose choice it was to get rid of Alex's "Cooking Loft" format, where she was surrounded by a small group of supposed students (I know someone who misses the "hot, tattooed guy," so that's a tragedy), but I find Alex by herself in the kitchen just as good.
Alex is sooooooo descriptive about what she's cooking, what she thinks about what she's cooking, and what she's thinking about what she's cooking. She appears so into the process that sometimes I forget she's talking about food and think she's moved onto something else entirely. Something strangely... erotic? Take a look and see if you see the same thing:
People may talk about the Neelys being a bit sexual on their shows, but I think Alex's delivery might contain the most sexual metaphors on Food Network! I'm all hot and bothered after hearing Alex talk about heat and oil and something called "total goo". ;-)
Yum! Overall, a great first episode. I look forward to more, Alex!