Loving Spoonfuls

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  • 2000
  • 5 Seasons
  • 8.2  (40)

Loving Spoonfuls was a cooking show that aired from 2000 to 2004, starring David Gale. The show was produced by Syndicado and aimed to teach viewers how to prepare delicious and healthy meals using fresh ingredients. The show was divided into several segments, each focusing on a different type of cuisine or aspect of cooking. In each episode, David would take viewers on a culinary journey, showcasing unique recipes and cooking techniques.

The show's focus on fresh ingredients and healthy eating set it apart from many other cooking shows of the time. David was a passionate advocate for the benefits of eating fresh, whole foods, and his recipes reflected this philosophy.

One of the most popular segments of the show was 'Market Watch', in which David would visit local markets and give tips on how to select the freshest and most flavorful produce. This segment was particularly helpful for viewers who wanted to improve their cooking skills but struggled with selecting quality ingredients.

In 'Master Class', David would break down complex cooking techniques and show viewers how to master them. This segment was especially useful for amateur chefs who were looking to improve their skills in the kitchen.

Another standout segment was 'Cooking for One', which focused on meals for individuals living alone or cooking for one. This segment was particularly helpful for busy professionals who wanted to prepare healthy and delicious meals but didn't have the time or energy to cook elaborate meals.

Throughout each episode, David's easygoing and friendly demeanor made the show an enjoyable watch. He was equally comfortable explaining cooking techniques as he was chatting with local market vendors. His passion for fresh and healthy ingredients was infectious, and his recipes were always approachable and realistic.

One of the unique aspects of Loving Spoonfuls was its focus on local and seasonal ingredients. Rather than relying on exotic or hard-to-find ingredients, David's recipes were built around the freshest produce available in local markets. This meant that viewers could easily replicate his recipes at home with ingredients they could find at their own local markets.

Overall, Loving Spoonfuls was a cooking show that stood out for its focus on fresh ingredients, healthy eating, and practical cooking tips. David Gale's passion for food and cooking was evident in every episode, making it an enjoyable and educational watch for viewers of all skill levels.

Loving Spoonfuls is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (63 episodes). The series first aired on September 26, 2000.

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Victoria Kaufmann's Peruvian Pleasures
13. Victoria Kaufmann's Peruvian Pleasures
Victoria Kaufmann is an inventive Peruvian-Jewish grandmother. David helps her make some spicy, flavourful dishes in her high-rise.
Barb Richards: Going Once, Going Twice
12. Barb Richards: Going Once, Going Twice
Barb Richards is a small town auctioneer. She introduces David to her Maple Baked Beans and delicious Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake.
Diner At Chateau Pebbles
11. Diner At Chateau Pebbles
Pebbles Rothschild is a movie make-up artist who teaches David to make 'Watermelon Pickles' at her chateau.
Winson Winson: Child Of The Universe
10. Winson Winson: Child Of The Universe
Winsom Winsom is an unpredictable Jamaican artist and child of the Universe. She is a great cook, and she can fly!
Cosimina Meragalia: That's Italian
9. Cosimina Meragalia: That's Italian
Cosimina, a cheerful Italian 'Nonna' makes the definitive Lasagna and Tiramisu who with her firefighter son Rocco.
Ruthy Gale: The Mother Of All Episodes
8. Ruthy Gale: The Mother Of All Episodes
Meet host David Gale's mother (and father) and find out how it all happened.
Geoffrey Pimblett: Queen For A Day
7. Geoffrey Pimblett: Queen For A Day
Geoffery Pimblett is our first Grand-Uncle who shows that a man can do it all as well as any woman, and that includes looking good in a tiara and a dress! British grandmother Queen Elizabeth II makes a special appearance to make the salmon mousse
Annette Shatilla: Viva Kibbel
6. Annette Shatilla: Viva Kibbel
Annette is a Lebanese/Canadian who takes David into uncharted territory with a raw meat "Kibbe" and a taste of Arabic culture.
Oma Hilda's Schnitzel And Streudl
5. Oma Hilda's Schnitzel And Streudl
Hilda is an Austrian "Oma" who makes delicious Schnitzel with Dill Sauce, Cucumber Salad and for dessert...Streudl!
Etty Cohen: Cook Like An Egyptian
4. Etty Cohen: Cook Like An Egyptian
Dave dines like an Egyptian.
Kay Nargowalla's Parsi Dinner
3. Kay Nargowalla's Parsi Dinner
Kay teaches David some Parsi!
Gisele Wuensch's Exotic Food And Dance
2. Gisele Wuensch's Exotic Food And Dance
A German-Canadian grandmother and former Burlesque entertainer, Giesele teaches David about many many things!
Mary Diocson's Dressed For Dinner
1. Mary Diocson's Dressed For Dinner
Mary is from the Phillipines. She cooks, she designs dresses and she is the past president of the "Friendly Filipinos". Come for the food, stay for the fashion show!
Where to Watch Loving Spoonfuls
Loving Spoonfuls is available for streaming on the Syndicado website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Loving Spoonfuls on demand at Amazon, Hoopla and Pluto TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 26, 2000
  • IMDB Rating
    8.2  (40)