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Jonesin’ For a Fix: Books for TV Addicts — Young & Hungry Edition

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I thought I was over laugh-track sitcoms with predictable storylines and a will-they/won’t-they romance that lasts for season after season. But then I watched FreeForm’s Young & Hungry, the most adorable sitcom ever, and I instantly fell in love. It’s predictable, sure, and the laugh-track plays over almost every scene. But it’s also a fun and bubbly romance about a young chef named Gabi who goes to work in the private home of tech-genius, Josh. The two are attracted to each other right away, which goes south when they sleep together the first day. The two decide to keep working together, and form a solid friendship along with a hilarious cast of sidekicks and friends. It doesn’t take long for the couple to…

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3 Bingeworthy Cooking Shows, and a Book, You’ll Absolutely Devour

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Confession time: I watch cooking shows in order to relax. There’s a calming factor in observing someone else make food—mixing up cake batters, telling you how much oil to pour in a pan. Rarely do I actually make the meals. Honestly, I don’t even watch for the recipes. It’s all about seeing the process: the chopping, the stirring, the sautéing and the eating. I don’t think I’m alone—why else would we become a nation obsessed with instagramming our meals? There’s something really satisfying about looking at food, both as it’s prepared and in its final presentation. So for my fellow foodies out there, here are three cooking shows (and one book!) to, well, devour. The Barefoot Contessa Out of all…

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