Unfortunately, that has two downfalls.
1) We have the air conditioners that are room specific like you see on House Hunters Malaysia - the ones on the wall, not in the window.
2) I have bunkered down in the Living Room, the coolest room with a TV, ironically one that does not have cable.
Suffice it to say, I've been limited in my choice of cooking shows. I immediately dismissed watching The Chew, partly because it can't decide if it wants to be a show about food or a talk show. So it ends up being a talk show with a cooking segment and does nothing to distinguish itself. I would probably give it more of a chance if Stacy London was there to play off Clinton Kelly, but she's not. Sorry, Clinton.
So I've migrated over to PBS and found a love/hate relationship with New Scandinavian Cooking. Hate because they have uncommon ingredients readily available that I cannot find. (With the exception of mirabelles which I found out were plums).
Not only that, wherever they shoot the episode, they just happen to find the ingredients. Need Mirabelles? Just walk out of the screen and ask the farmer in the field to pick some from his orchard. Need fish? Just catch one from the boat, filet it, marinade it and serve. Can you see how this might be annoying? Incidentally I am still looking to find cocoa fat. I think cocoa butter can be substituted, but you need to find the food grade type in the skincare section. I'm still not sure about that.