Two worlds collide when Josh, a wealthy young tech entrepreneur, meets Gabi, a feisty young food blogger, looking to be his personal chef. Gabi is desperate for the job and must prove herself, mostly to Josh's aide, who prefers a famous chef for the job. When Josh enlists Gabi to prepare a romantic meal for him and his girlfriend, the dinner goes awry and Gabi finds herself in a very awkward position. With the help of her best friend Sofia and Josh's housekeeper, Gabi turns a difficult situation into an opportunity for employment and maybe even love. Gabi gets some much needed help and advice from Josh’s assistant and his housekeeper.
Mukai is taking on the role of Eisuke, a former bassist of a rock band who gave up his music dreams to carry on the tradition of his family’s French restaurant. The show will involve a love triangle as Kuninaka and Takimoto play rivals for Eisuke’s heart.
Hungry Beast was an Australian television comedy and current affairs program that was broadcast on ABC Television.
Money Hungry is a reality TV weight loss competition show based around the concept of bet dieting, with twelve teams of two competing for a $100,000 prize made up from team contributions.
The Hungry Ones was an Australian television mini-series. A 30-minute period drama about a pair of husband and wife convicts trying to go straight, it aired for a total of 10 episodes in black-and-white, which aired on ABC. Notably, the cast included Leonard Teale and Fay Kelton. Also appearing were Edward Hepple, Nigel Lovell, John Ewart, and Brigid Lenihan. The archival status of the series is not known. It was among a series of four historical mini-series broadcast by ABC in the early 1960s, which had proved successful enough to encourage commercial broadcaster Seven Network to produce their own such series, Jonah, in 1962. There is little information on The Hungry Ones online. An article in the 18 March 1964 edition of Australian Women's Weekly stated that the historical serials were "very good entertainment" with the exception of The Hungry Ones
The Hungry Detective is a show on Food Network which premiered on October 17, 2006. The host is Chris Cognac, a police detective from Southern California. Cognac earlier appeared in Episode 4 of Food Network's Feasting on Asphalt. Chris Cognac's mom is Louisa Tennille and his aunt is Toni Tennille, the singing half of Captain & Tennille. Most recent TV appearance was Amne$ia
Raymond Blanc is Britain's most famous French chef, yet he has never cooked professionally in France. Forty years after leaving, Raymond is going back to show us the country he loves so much and the French recipes that have inspired him. In each episode he takes over a restaurant for one night only and cooks a feast inspired by that region's food.
The Hungry Sailors is a British culinary series starring father and son duo Dick and James Strawbridge. Part of the ITV Food franchise, the show began airing in 2011, in the weekday afternoon slot.
Tim, Thom and Trevor had five weeks to travel from River Cottage to Land's End without any money. To survive they had to hunt for food for themselves and renewable electricity for their converted milkfloat - a three-ton, 1980’s electric milk float - top speed of 17 miles an hour. Get it right, and they’d eat like kings as they trundle through some of the most beautiful places in Britain. Get it wrong and they'd be starving, and going nowhere fast!
Four famous volunteers try to untangle the complicated reasons and life choices that lie behind Britain's hidden hunger crisis and are challenged to help UK households find a way out of food poverty
Thirtysomething career woman Jae-yeong attempts to juggle her job and personal relationships, all the while never failing to eat well.