FN Fan Bites: Sunny’s Military Roots, Tyler’s Growing Empire and More

by in Food Network Chef, May 24th, 2011

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Sunny Anderson gave us a sneak peak of a special she’s filming for Food Network about the military, her family and food on her blog this week. A surprise for many fans, Sunny is a veteran Senior Airman herself and her father was a member of the historic 82nd Airborne, as well as an Army Ranger. As you plan your Memorial Day weekend, enjoy a meal with your favorite service member or simply honor them while sharing these tasty picnic recipes with your friends and family: Memorial Day Favorites.

Tyler Florence has been profiled by Forbes magazine in recognition of his growing entrepreneurial empire. Chef Florence has created an impressive $50 million business with four restaurants, 3 retail shops, a wine label, cutlery and cookware, a gourmet food line, a baby food brand called Sprout and more is expected to evolve with the help his wife and business partner Tolan Florence. You can see his video interview with Forbes on YouTube.

Bobby Flay’s horse, Super Espresso, has won a fourth race at Preakness. Ridden by jockey Ramon Dominguez, the horse came down to the wire to win by three-quarters of a length and received the $100,000 Allaire duPont Distaff Stakes prize at Pimlico. For more information visit: Thoroughbred Times.

The Food Network Fans are constantly looking for info and sharing links on where we can find favorite stars, discuss favorite shows, visit a book signing, or see an appearance in other venues. We invite you to stop by and visit at FoodNetworkFans.com.

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Comments (10)

  1. Alsteve says:

    I did not know that Bobby Flay was a horse enthusiast. He does keep himself very busy with the cooking shows, restaurants and horse racing too? Wow! Love the name Super Espresso :)

  2. Chef Thom Britton says:

    Would like to see more of Ice Brigade. A great show. We appreciate FN featuring a Michigan based business.

  3. I'm glad for their success! These TV chefs inspired me to start my food blog,
    Forty Cloves (www.fortycloves.com)
    and it's been a wonderful adventure. I'm grateful to Food Network for spreading the word that it's "cool to cook"!

  4. Little Red says:

    I have been a Food Network fan for many years but was totally grossed out by Sunny Anderson today. She was using the same cloth to wipe her hands and sweep things into the trash then wiping off the cutting board after wiping eggs off her hands. I have never seen her before and will switch channels rather than listen to her idiotic banter in the future.

  5. noyoke says:

    I enjoy watching Sunny Anderson,however why doesn't the network do something about cleaning the dirty cabinets in her kitchen,I can get into her cooking, but get totally grossed out every time she opens a drawer and you can see how dirty theses cabinets are. What gives this is a cooking show, I don't see this kind of nastiness on the other cooking shows. Please clean up.

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