Celebrity chef Robert Irvine recently dished about his diet, reality TV series and life as a newlywed at Caesar’s Casino in Atlantic City. Irvine has cooked on the high seas and in hotels throughout Europe, the Caribbean and America. He has hosted Restaurant: Impossible and has appeared on Dinner: Impossible, The Next Food Network Star and Worst Cooks in America. His show, Restaurant: Impossible on the Food Network attempts to save the country’s most desperate restaurants from failure in just two days with only $10,000. Keep reading to find out what the culinary expert has to say about life as a newlywed and what he would pick as his last meal on Earth!
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!
Paula Deen, guest judge on Food Network Star, is known for her down-home cooking and using lots of butter in her recipes. But now the buzz is that the Food Network chef will reveal she has type 2 diabetes. Keep reading to find out the latest scoop on Paula Deen.
With cooking shows on the Food Network, Cooking Channel and NBC, celebrity chef Bobby Flay has become a household name. During a trip to the Jersey shore, the chef and restaurateur cooked up some delectable dishes for the Savor Borgata: A Taste of American Classics food and wine event. While in Atlantic City, Flay talked about his recently released cookbook, Bar Americain; his new TV show and his partnership with Kohl’s.
Jeff Mauro took home the grand prize on last week’s Food Network Star, his very own show on the Food Network. Keep reading to find out what this self-proclaimed sandwich king has to say about his experience on the show!
Three chefs are left in the season 7 finale of Food Network Star. As Vic, Jeff and Susie prepare to film their pilots for the final elimination, they learn there’s a twist: There is one more competition before the absolute finale. Tonight’s episode whittles the competition down to two finalists. Who goes home with a Food Network show of their own? Keep reading to find out.