Yeah, I seriously looked into starting a cooking show. Had a friend who is a professional camera man. My best friend, Pastor Trent, was intending to expand the Church's kitchen facilities, and we entertained the idea of cooking classes, TV show (for the local city cable access channel), special banquets as fund raisers for the church.
Trouble was, the money for the renovation did not materialize, and the elders of the church frowned on me because I'm not a member of the congregation.
Also, loaned the cameraman some money, and never got it back. That tends to break up friendships!
But, the show's name, never got around to thinking about that. But I did come up with a theme.
I wanted to show people the basics of technique and cooking. Such as one show I demonstrate making a nice veal stock. The next show I show how to create a stock reduction sauce, or a mother sauce such as Espagnole.
Then the next show I would create a beautiful demi-glace, and create a wonderful meal showing how to incorporate the demi-glace. Of course, Pastor Trent, who absolutely loves my cooking, would be the "taste-tester" for all my meals. That would be in exchange for letting me use the church kitchen.
Anyway, you get the idea. It would be like a string of "mini-series" on basic topics incorporating techniques not shown much in Food Networks, et al.
Maybe I could call the show "Doc's Delights"? :)
My wife entertained doing a sewing show. She's been sewing for 30+ years, 26 professionally.
I came up with the title "Deanna's Duds", but somehow she didn't like the way that sounded. But you know, in the Midwest, especially out in the farm country, it is not unusual for someone to say, "Hey let's put on our best duds and go out Saturday!".