What we’re hiding in the basement

by in View All Posts, View Video Only, February 23rd, 2009

Follow Ask Aida’s Noah Starr into the underbelly of the Food Network studios, and meet Design Director, Wendy Waxman.

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Comments (15)

  1. Gina says:

    How fun! Can we see how Alton’s show is done next?

  2. Kess says:

    Love this! Fun and funny. It’s so cool to see tidbits of how the shows really work. More!

  3. Heather says:

    Fascinating! What a cool job…a behind the scenes view we never get to see…

  4. Rick M. says:

    That was awesome! Really funny. I’d like to see more Noah and MUCH more behind the scenes at Food Network!!!

  5. Lana says:

    Wendy! It's so nice to finally meet you! Thank you so much for letting Noah come visit you in your museum of kitchen props and memorabilia. You are a curator indeed!

    So much thought and care goes into choosing every piece, mindful of both the host, the food presentation and the rest of the set. FN, it's clear you have real talent behind the scenes. And in Wendy's case, several floors below the scenes too.


    Thank you all for sharing.

  6. Deborah Meera says:

    I am a vegetarian and i am from Trinidad in the Caribbean and we have food network on Cable and there are many thousands of viewers that are vegetarian like me and we would be grateful if you can present the recipes with an alternative to the eggs fish and meat it would be most welcome Food Network is very popular in Trinidad you have fantastic chefs keep up the great job.

  7. Rachaelle English says:

    hi WHEN IS ROBERT IRVINES NEW SHOWS GOING TO AIR?? WE HAVENT SEEN HIS PROMO, OR ANYTHING.This is very confusing..When will we know more and why ARE you AIRING his older shows?? please tell us.thank you

  8. Jessica says:

    That was AWESOME!

  9. eli says:

    Wendy is a very talented person. Long live Wendy!

  10. Kathy says:

    Wendy you are like a curator in a museum. What a fun job! You truly take care in choosing every piece for the host of each show. This was a truly awesome. Thanks.

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