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Friday, April 15, 2011

The Eight Sexiest Women on TV Cooking Shows

Posted By on Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 1:05 PM

Last week SFoodie brought you the hot and hunky men of food television. Today, the companion post so hot it'll melt your listicle, their sultry female counterparts, the women you've watched tying up your meat, sizzling your pot, and making you run your Tivo in slo-mo. We give you the eight sexiest women on TV cooking shows:

8. Aida Mollenkamp

click to enlarge Aida Mollenkamp. - AIDAMOLLENKAMP.COM
S.F.'s own Aida has that girl-next-door charm and a smile that only Jennifer Garner could compete with. On her Cooking Channel show, FoodCrafters, Aida shares San Francisco treats with the rest of America. No, we're not talking Rice-A-Roni, but things like Kika's Treats. Her former show was Ask Aida, but if you ask SFoodie, Aida is worthy of an opera. Or at least an Elton John song.

7. Nadia G

  • Bitchin Kitchen/Facebook
  • Nadia G.
We had the pleasure of meeting Nadia right after Bitchin Kitchen premiered on the Cooking Channel, and we must say we were smitten. The comments on the resulting SFoodie post are among the most mixed we've read: You either love Nadia or you hate her ― a lot. We love her punk goddess charms, her hearty food and sense of style, and her voice, which puts her in the ranks of memorable food ladies, along with Julia Child and Rachael Ray.

6. Nigella Lawson

click to enlarge Nigella Lawson. - ZIMBIO.COM
Nigella is a whoa-man ― we find ourselves making the grip-two-gigantic- grapefruits gesture whenever we talk about her. Nigella is voluptuous, womanly in every way, and a real smart class act. Let's put it this way: Kate Winslet (with hair dyed black) was born to play Nigella on the big screen. We could watch her squeeze lemons and butter toast from here to eternity.
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