Take Home Chef

TV review by Lucy Maher, Common Sense Media
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age 10+

Cooking show is endearing, but lacks bite.

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What is happening with the cameras? I am seeing a lot of cabinets and ceilings and foreheads. Why did they air this poor quality filming? I love Curtis stone but this is way bad
age 10+

Take Home Chef is Cute, But Predictable

The Take Home Chef is a handsome Aussie (lots of flirting ensues) with a gift for cooking fabulous meals for women and their significant others. In each show, he approaches a woman at a grocery store and returns home with her to cook dinner. The food is yummy, and the couple (or family) always enjoys it. Take Home Chef is a fun, but not fabulous, show.

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