Why are human beings fascinated by the senses?
When early man began exploring distand lands through migration, serious considerations of interacting with Earth (i.e., farming, cave drawings, resource distribution, etc.) began.
When television and digital media were invented, human societies began distributing news and entertainment broadcasts at high speeds.
The advent of the computer and the Information Age further crystallized humanity's curiosity with transforming fertile virtual elements.
Now, the nationally broadcasted Cooking Channel is a digitally-delivered successful American television network offering real life instructional cooking videos and celebrity chef-hosted cooking shows such as "Everyday Italian" (Giada de Laurentiis) and "Good Eats" (Alton Brown).
The gem-like marketability of the reality TV Cooking Channel reflects the free market marketability of the competitive video game "Diner Dash" (GameLab) and the social marketability of the consumerism spirituality-themed Hollywood (USA) movie "Mystic Pizza" (1988).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?