Are the holidays making you food-obsessed? When you sleep do visions of sugar plums, spiral hams and scalloped potatoes dance in your head? If so, you're far from alone.
The last 10 years have seen a veritable glut of new cooking shows, many of which aren't worth their salt. There are some, however, that are fascinating to watch, featuring knowledgeable hosts who really can teach you a thing or two.
Here are some of our favorites. Check a few out, and live up to your New Year's resolution to get cooking.
"Made in Spain with Jose Andres": Part travelogue and part cooking show, this
"Everyday Italian with
"MasterChef Junior": It may sound goofy but this
"Cutthroat Kitchen": This new