The Tanita Corporation has developed the world's first body fat measuring device. The company itself also has many overweight employees. Because of this, the company finds it difficult to persuade perspective customers to buy their product. Company President Unosuke Tanida (Masao Kusakari) then orders all of his employees to go on diet. Vice President Konosuke (Kenta Hamano) hires nutritionist Nanako (Yuka) to oversee the project. Employees are to eat twice at a company restaurant, but problems arise in sequential order. With Nanako's magic recipe, employees at the company begins to see results.
Director John Webster convinces his wife and two small children that the whole family should go on an oil diet, yet without having to give up their a middle class suburban lifestyle. All the everyday things that we don't do, or that we can't help doing, make up recipes for disaster. In this comedy of errors they find themselves questioning their values and putting to test their will power and ultimately, their happiness.
Impress your guests and learn the art of easy entertaining with this special installment of "America's Test Kitchen," the popular PBS cooking show designed to introduce home cooks to the best versions of classic recipes. Menu items include French onion soup, Creole-style gumbo, butterflied turkey with sausage stuffing, grill-roasted beef tenderloin and maple-glazed pork roast with wild rice pilaf.
America's Test Kitchen: Best Weeknight Recipes includes independent, objective reviews of indispensable kitchen equipment such as celebrity skillets, as well as recommendations for supermarket staples from tomato paste to white wine vinegar. With advice from Americas Test Kitchen, you'll never have to waste money on gadgets that don't work and you'll maximize your budget when grocery shopping.
America's Test Kitchen: Best Baking Recipes collection includes independent, objective reviews of indispensable kitchen equipment such as food processors and torches, as well as recommendations for supermarket staples from unsweetened chocolate to brownie mix. With advice from Americas Test Kitchen, you'll never have to waste money on gadgets that don't work and you'll maximize your budget when grocery shopping.
Two astrologist from the spanish cosmic legion are sent to a galaxy full of evil radiation to achieve the hardest mission of their lifes. Along the road they will know each other, personal self-realization will be inminent. Two years ago the captain Gross and the sargen Klein began an epic adventure with very limited resources. Together they found the meaning of the life: "you have to eat and drink".
A royal-themed food programme celebrating dishes served from the time of George IV to the reign of Elizabeth II.
Best Recipes Ever is a Canadian cooking show, which debuted January 4, 2010 on CBC Television. Produced by the CBC in conjunction with Canadian Living magazine, the show was hosted by Kary Osmond until January 2013, when Christine Tizzard took over as host. In each half-hour episode the host demonstrates how to make three dishes, all of which fit a specific theme such as 'Best Comfort Food' or 'Best Middle Eastern Take Out'. Reruns of the show air in the United States on the Live Well Network in selected markets as a digital subchannel.
Elizabeth David: A Life in Recipes is a 2006 British drama television film directed by James Kent and starring Catherine McCormack, Greg Wise and Karl Johnson. It is a depiction of the life of the cookery writer Elizabeth David. It first aired on the BBC in January 2006.