Enjoy PBS more now.It wasn't aware, until I read TXFOODIE's comment, the Discovery Channel purchased the FoodNetwork Channel.
That must be the reason my interest shifted to PBS and another little odd channel just above my local TV channels.
The Test Kitchen, Jacque Pepin, and this show that highlighted Charlie Trotter providing instruction... those are very good as far as I am concerned.
On PBS I watch the Everyday Food because I know it is a Martha Stewart thingie... Katie Brown I record, but I think she is on another channel entirely.
Living Fresh from the Discovery Channel is one I record often. I buzz through it with the TIVO to hit that which is most interesting.
If Food Network were to add shows, I would want to find more shows about entertaining. Entertaining larger crowds and actually how to proceed in more difficult culinary activities. Heck, I even record David Tuttera for some of his stuff. I miss Sugar Rush's highlights of bakers and their concoctions. I would also watch more of Gia Laurentiis' BASH if there was/were more entertaining ideas and less fluff.