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It's Suppertime. is TV cooking well done. A show for culinary "Big Dogs" and "Little Dogs" alike, boisterous-celebrity-chef Matty Matheson gives us his "how-tos" and personal inspiration for comfort food staples to fine dining masterpieces.
A concept about world tastes untastefully executed
I LOVE the "Fresh off the Boat" Series and really like seeing more Asian representation in media. And while we are pretty saturated with "Around the world" cuisine shows, I really thought this would have a unique quality. But Eddie really comes off as too immature and shallow; as if this entire series were geared towards his West Coast elitist friends who need some diversity points. Farting and talking about toilet topics in every episode doesn't endear us to him, so much as make him look like someone who doesn't realize what to leave out in a show about world cultures and cuisines. I seriously hope this gets better and "polishes up", since I really like hearing "real talk" from the people in places I'll probably never see in my lifetime.
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