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It's whimsical enough in premise to stand out from the similar three-round cooking programs that have saturated the food competition landscape over the last decade, but is still formulaic enough to serve as a soothing binge.
The very definition of style over substance, it left me craving nothing more bold, imaginative and experimental than cheese on toast.
None of this satisfies any of my appetites, but it does function as proof, should you still need it after a million other spin-offs, that this format's goose is cooked.
It felt as though someone had decided that the best part of Bake Off was the showstopper section and made a whole show out of it, on the basis that the showstopper section contains creativity and ideas and an opportunity for personal expression.
Bright colours rather than tasty ideas are the chief ingredients of Crazy Delicious, a blindingly daft and tacky cookery contest that's supposed to leave the audience feeling tickled pink, but is more likely to turn you green about the gills.
In Crazy Delicious, three cooks face off in a magical forest to create the most scrumptious feast for the gods.
Crazy Delicious is a colorful, fun, and eccentric show. It has the gentle pace and atmosphere of Baking Show but the creativity of Willy Wonka. It's a treat to watch, and in this stressful time, giving yourself treats is more important than ever.
This is The Great British Baking Show's DNA, just with a new costume. It's perfectly delightful, though the artificiality of a soundstage can't quite compare to the breeziness of the tent on a lawn.
Impressively, the divine referees managed to cope with these without resorting to a stomach pump, but there was worse to follow.
Audience Reviews for Crazy Delicious: Season 1
Feb 24, 2021It's focused a little too much on its gimmicks which takes away from the show.
Dec 13, 2020It flunk in the start by saying one female contestant was making a "mexican inspired" dish.... And she made tostones.... Been an Puertorrican living in the border with México I know they dont eat Plátanos at all. And they don't even do tostones. Which is mainly a Caribbean dish. Sorry but you don't know about food.
Nov 15, 2020For once, a cooking competition that is actually relaxing to watch, without any stress or yelling. Even though it takes a concept that has already seen hundreds of spin-offs, it manages to stand out from the others by reinventing part of what is a cooking competition. By changing participants every episode, instead of starting with 20 competitors and finishing with a finale, it lets the viewer discover any different styles of cooking and personalities. It surprises with its edible world and food gods. The general friendliness of the show and its upbeat feeling makes it a great relaxing show to watch.
Aug 13, 2020Finally a low-pressure, feel-good, friendly competition with pleasant contestants, reasonable and personable judges, no manufactured drama, and a wonderful showcasing of people's talents & culinary explorations. All brought to us in a cheeky wrapper that pokes fun at the elevation of food judges, brings some wonderful cheesy (& sometimes just straight hilarious) jokes, and let's the lovely personalities of the judges, contestants, & host shine. It's a breath of fresh air in a myriad of shows that think we care about dumb drama, bias judges, and cutthroat pressure. Thank you for a show that brings talented people together, who are reasonable and supportive to one another, while still being forthright and honest in their delineations. Please make more of this & more like this.
Aug 05, 2020I enjoy a good cooking competition show and I love that they focused this show on fun and building up the contestants.
Aug 05, 2020I love this show! Whimsical and creative, it's fun to watch competitors develop INSANE dishes to please the Gods. It's not your typical cooking show, bit it's massively entertaining and the host is wonderful. I cant wait for season 2!
Jul 23, 2020Good show to watch with the family. My kids love cooking and baking shows. However, as much as we love Jayde, we think she needs to stop shaming herself based on size. We watched about 5 episodes and yesterday, my 8 yr old daughter was outwardly upset when Jayde shamed herself yet again. She said Jayde is beautiful and funny and nice and she shouldn't be talking bad about herself. As a parent, to hear that from my 8 yr old daughter, I realized how this shaming perpetuates in girls from a young age because they hear adults talk this way. This does not set a good example for girls. Jayde, my daughter loves you. Please stop putting yourself down.
Jul 14, 2020I have been a career chef and I couldn't help but comment on the lack of plot not only in the courses they expect people to prepare but the shit knowledge of the "gods" who are the judges.. the judges are absolutely clueless and are a disgrace to haute cuisine. One episode they pick pizza and talk about dough as if you can produce stellar pizza dough in 60 minutes where any proper dough requires a preferment that's atleast 24 hours old to develop elasticity and flavor. One of the "gods " as they say took a bite of one of the doughs raw mid production to judge flavor.. complete garbage this show.
Jul 12, 2020A delightful family-friendly comfort show, best watched while eating something delicious. I really never understood the draw of The Great British Baking Off, but if it becomes anything more like this I'll definitely watch. It's cute, whimsical, and the contestants and "food gods"/judges are lovely and creative.
Jul 11, 2020I really wanted to like this show! It was a fun and playful concept with an interesting setting. However, the contestants are extremely under qualified and bland. In the first episode, the judges have already picked a favorite and clearly give him tips to win the first and final round. I got second hand embarrassment when a contestant starts full on opera singing while the judges try her food and another needs a full on pep talk after breaking down from the "stress" she's put under. These people clearly just started cooking for their parents as a "hobby" yesterday because their ideas are unoriginal and unrefined. Save some time and just watch some re-runs of iron chef, cutthroat kitchen, or literally anything else on food network.