Watched this new TVFN show with private chef Dave Lieberman. He looks great, and has real, honest persona. What a cute hunk o' chef! Oh, yeah, he made some food too. Recipes are in line with TVFN's "do-able for the home cook" genre, but there was no cool-whip or fruit cups involved, so one can actually learn decent food and technique from this show. He did mix up a pastry cream using boxed pudding, but at least he cooked it (could have added some more flavoring, me thinks) and this I find a little unacceptable, but, oh,well, the rest was fine. I didn't really get the "frugal" or "economic" angle, though. Having a choice of expensive apricot preserves or cheaper ones, he took the cheaper ones. So? And bought a cut up chicken rather than whole so he doesn't pay for the back and wing tips. I dunno, it's been my experience that cut up is usually much more expensive than whole and I always find use for the extra parts and schmaltz. But Dave is so appealing, who cares? Did anyone one else catch this show? What do you think?