If not, let me break it down for you real quick. Curtis, a chef with a killer Australian accent, goes to a supermarket and "picks up" someone. He approaches a shopper and asks them who they are cooking for. Then he asks if he can come back to their house and cook them & their special someone an extraordinary meal. If you say yes to Curtis, he pays for all of your groceries. Then you spend the day with him, cooking and drinking, waiting to surprise whoever you are cooking for.
This show cracks me up for a few reasons. All the people that Curtis picks to "take home" are good looking women. I know it's television and God forbid an ugly appears on the screen, but let's get real. If you catch me in the grocery store, you'd be lucky if my hair was brushed. I swear, I've seen this show at least 20 times and I have never seen Curtis cook with a man or an un-attractive woman.
I'm not turning this into one of my feminist rants by any means. I watch Take Home Chef almost every day. I enjoy cooking shows, tall Australian men and awkward moments, so this has it all. Plus they usually get nice and drunk while they are cooking, which makes for even better TV.
Thank you Kara for the heads up about Stevie on the Today show. You know I'llbe watching!