The six remaining teams pulled into Amarillo, TX for week three of the The Great Food Truck Race on The Food Network. Not everything is bigger in Texas though, as the Speed Bump put a cap on one team’s chances to make more money.
Seven trucks were left to battle it out in episode two of The Great Food Truck Race. As the teams pulled into Flagstaff, Arizona, the wannabe food truck owners took what they learned from episode one and formulated new plans of attack. They were also thrown a curve when they were instructed to go strictly vegan.
The Great Food Truck Race is back on The Food Network. Season three has all the same elements of seasons past: On-the-spot menu planning in different cities every week, host Tyler Florence and the wrench-in-the-works Speed Bump. But there’s one element that makes this season a little different than before.
If you enjoyed last season of The Great Food Truck Race on Food Network, you’re in luck! It’s been announced that the show will be returning next month for a third season and more excitement! Read on for all the details!
Ever since Paula Deen revealed her battle with type 2 diabetes earlier this year, she has been working very hard to get her health back. She has even lost 30 pounds since January. We’re guessing she hasn’t been eating any of the high-calorie Southern dishes she has created on the Food Network! Read on to find out how she lost weight.
If you are a fan of Food Network Star on Food Network, you will be thrilled to learn that the show will soon be back for a new season! This May, we will meet new contestants, but will your favorite chefs be back? Read on to find out!
If you are a fan of The Next Food Network Star on Food Network, you will be glad to learn that some of the show’s finalists will be competing in a Chopped special! Chopped All-Stars is returning in April, and we will see various culinary stars compete for their charities! Read on for more details.
Paula Deen met tons of criticism when she announced earlier this week that she had secretly been fighting Type 2 Diabetes and was launching a sponsored program called Diabetes In A New Light. The decadent Food Network chef, who will appear on Who Do You Think You Are?, claims to be donating to the American Diabetes Association. But is she really?
Paula Deen confirmed this morning that she has been living with Type 2 Diabetes for the past three years now, but that’s not the only announcement she’s making lately. The indulgent Food Network chef and upcoming participant in Who Do You Think You Are? is collaborating with drug maker Novo Nordisk to launch Diabetes in a New Light, an online program for those also struggling with diabetes. Read on for how she’s hoping to take a stand and what membership in the program includes.
Paula Deen talked with Al Roker this morning on the Today show and confirmed she has type 2 diabetes. The Food Network star is known for her southern, butter-loving, cooking. So did all of Paula Deen’s southern cooking finally catch up with her? Keep reading to find out what Paula Deen had to say y’all!