Food For Thought

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  • 2003
  • 1 Season

Food For Thought is a show that stars Claire Thomas. Claire loves to cook and enjoys the beauty when food is made, and she goes through all kinds of great topics on what she makes and how she does it. Her unique style causes many viewers to connect to the show. She loves the way food is made and eaten in L.A. Culture, so she takes you on different episodes on each of the most important things that take place in Los Angeles. Food For Thought gives Claire the chance to share her love of food and culture to many people. The show follows Claire wherever she goes, from the local farmer's market to her beautifully made kitchen, so there is a way for her to express her knowledge in so many cool ways. Food For Thought is an amazing show based on what critics have explained because it shows Claire's take on how she loves to make food in so many different ways, along with how she goes about finding the right food. She is creative and takes on cooking to a level that most chefs on television have never gone before. With her creativity, she is full of great information and knowledge when it comes down to becoming the next best cook. Food For Thought is actually a very famous show that most people have looked into recently because of the new way that Claire showcases her great food and ideas. The amazing new feature to the show is the added new video descriptions that are meant specifically for blind people, allowing those that are blind to watch the show with ease. Being aired on ABC, it is quite well respected for the way Claire has changed the way people cook on television. Claire has been considered as a different kind of chef because she always has new kinds of ideas. She has a different take on how she actually cooks food, so you will find that she is quite creative when it comes down to making her food.

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At Your Service Food Catering
10. At Your Service Food Catering
July 25, 2003
We look at issues surrounding catering, maintaining high food quality and safety standards, the role technology plays in both the office and the kitchen, and more.
Hard Sell Marketing Food
9. Hard Sell Marketing Food
September 19, 2003
The challenges food marketers face as they compete for the consumer dollar, what triggers choice when food shopping, and how to recognise the influence of marketing strategies and the ethics of marketers.
Good Enough to Eat Developing Food Products
8. Good Enough to Eat Developing Food Products
September 12, 2003
This program explores the process of developing a new product from market research, developing and testing prototypes, manufacture, packaging and food safety.
Under Cover Packaging Food
7. Under Cover Packaging Food
September 5, 2003
Food packaging comes in a wide range of designs and materials that can be squeezed, shaken, poured baked and microwaved. Innovation and consumer pressures to reduce it are also explored.
Eating Green Environmentally Friendly Foods
6. Eating Green Environmentally Friendly Foods
August 29, 2003
Modern food production methods can damage the environment. This program presents ways to make informed choices about food regarding nutrition and environmentally friendly methods of production.
Redesigning Nature Gene Technology
5. Redesigning Nature Gene Technology
August 22, 2003
The controversial debate of gene technology, the specific ways genes have been manipulated to produce bigger and better crops and animals and the facts behind its potential impact on human health and the environment.
Wild Tucker Australia's Indigenous Foods
4. Wild Tucker Australia's Indigenous Foods
August 15, 2003
Naturally growing foods in Australia are the least understood by non indigenous people. A range of indigenous foods, their traditional uses and incorporation into modern cooking are explored.
Fats Friends or Foes
3. Fats Friends or Foes
August 8, 2003
One of the most misunderstood of food groups fats. The differences between saturated and unsaturated fats in terms of their chemical structures and their impact on health, storage and usage by the body.
Food Therapy Functional Foods
2. Food Therapy Functional Foods
August 1, 2003
Explores the boom in so-called functional foods such as folate enriched breakfast cereals and calcium enriched milk, and compares the benefits of functional foods to eating a variety of less processed foods.
Description

Food For Thought is a show that stars Claire Thomas. Claire loves to cook and enjoys the beauty when food is made, and she goes through all kinds of great topics on what she makes and how she does it. Her unique style causes many viewers to connect to the show. She loves the way food is made and eaten in L.A. Culture, so she takes you on different episodes on each of the most important things that take place in Los Angeles.

Food For Thought gives Claire the chance to share her love of food and culture to many people. The show follows Claire wherever she goes, from the local farmer's market to her beautifully made kitchen, so there is a way for her to express her knowledge in so many cool ways. Food For Thought is an amazing show based on what critics have explained because it shows Claire's take on how she loves to make food in so many different ways, along with how she goes about finding the right food. She is creative and takes on cooking to a level that most chefs on television have never gone before. With her creativity, she is full of great information and knowledge when it comes down to becoming the next best cook.

Food For Thought is actually a very famous show that most people have looked into recently because of the new way that Claire showcases her great food and ideas. The amazing new feature to the show is the added new video descriptions that are meant specifically for blind people, allowing those that are blind to watch the show with ease. Being aired on ABC, it is quite well respected for the way Claire has changed the way people cook on television. Claire has been considered as a different kind of chef because she always has new kinds of ideas. She has a different take on how she actually cooks food, so you will find that she is quite creative when it comes down to making her food.

  • Premiere Date
    August 1, 2003