Fans, Can You Name That Set?

by in Community, September 7th, 2013

Name That SetWeek after week you tune in to see your favorite stars’ shows and watch as they turn out signature specialties with ease. You’re familiar with their cooking styles, can list their go-to ingredients and have memorized some of their best recipes. But could you identify the set on which each tapes if they weren’t standing in it? If the space was simply empty? FN Dish is kicking off a brand-new series in which we’re challenging you, the fans, to name that set.

Take a peek at the photo above for the premiere challenge. Do you know which chef calls this space his or her own? For help in answering, check out the clues below to find hints; then click to find out if you guessed correctly.

1. This set was also home to an epic Thanksgiving throwdown with Bobby Flay back in 2010.

2. For the chef and popular blogger who cooks here, this space isn’t just a set; it’s also his or her recipe test kitchen, and he or she lives just down the road from here.

3. Not pictured above are the pair of basset hounds and several cats that frequently make guest appearances on this star’s show.

Think you can name the set above? Click here to reveal the show from which it came.

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Comments (34)

  1. guest says:

    She is a big fake: non-chef, BARELY a cook, and has the millions to hire staff to do all her home-schoolin', ranch-wranglin', shirt-ain buyin' and publicizin'! Fortunately, the rest of the world is wise to this "I had a Black Grampa" phony with the developmentally disabled brother she – in writing on her blog – referred to as 'retarded.' Food Network fired Paula Deen for very similar behavior – and yet at least Paula cooked!! The only show giving FN any credibility these days is Trisha Yearwood's.

  2. Nancy says:

    Is any one having trouble printing recipes at food network?

  3. The Ghost of FN Past says:

    What is Ree Drummond going to add to that acorn squash? A can of Hormel, some jarred marinara, and some Dr. Pepper? Shame on you, Food Network! Do you really take us all for idiots?

    • Kathryn says:

      Looks like she is going to use a half-pound of butter on it. Or, that butter just happened to be right there. Land o'Lakes? Check.

  4. Debbie says:

    Paula Deen is worth ten Ree Drummonds.

  5. shannon says:

    I like her show she is entertaining. She cooks like a home cook does. Dogs in the kitchen and all. I agree that she is a very wealthy woman and could hire a full arsenal of employees to do it all but at the end of the day she does not come across pretentious or arrogant.That is important to me. Just my humble opinion. She is an engaging woman who blogs, does a cooking show, writes children's books and wrangles her family and pets. Heh, maybe I am won over by Charley, he is my favorite of the clan. BTW she does not call herself a chef, she calls herself a home cook and blogger.

    • JuliaC says:

      You know she doesn't really do any of that, right? She has a staff that works on her blog and manages her strictly-positive comments list, she has a tv studio on her property and a staff of PAs to do the real work, she has tutors for the kids, and she ran over her dog Walter with her truck. Her little-ole-me act is wearing thin.

  6. Foodiegirl says:

    She's not a chef and barely a cook. Her recipes are heart attacks on plate.

  7. Pioneer Woman Rea Drummond for sure!!!

  8. jessica s says:

    yup it's the pioneer woman home…. love her…

  9. Kim says:

    I would call that a set for a fictional show, not a cooking show. Ree drummond is neither a chef nor the hard working little old ranch wife she plays on tv.
    Please show trained chefs who have something to teach us home cooks. We are looking for inspiration.

  10. Soldiergal says:

    Clearly the days of Batali, Flay, and even Ray and Deen are long-gone if FN is now calling Ree a chef. It's a good thing that the Cooking Channel is there for those of us who want to learn more about making good food, and less about dumping cans in a pot with many sticks of butter.

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