Many Food Network stars contribute to local causes as well as national charities close to their hearts. A few recent sightings… This past weekend, Guy Fieri cooked with students from more than a dozen Chicago area schools to benefit the Careers Through Culinary Arts Program. The students worked with Guy preparing appetizers to be served atRead more »
Saturday night at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival food celebs and fans attended a party inspired by the popular FN show Best Thing I Ever Ate, with a little South Beach twist — “Best Thing I Ever Ate at the Beach” hosted by Duff Goldman. Food Network and Cooking Channel chefs didn’t cookRead more »
On Chopped All-Stars, 16 chefs you know and love are competing to win $50,000 for their favorite charity. Check out which organization each chef is playing for.
What’s better than a beachside barbecue? One sparkling with celebrity chefs and lots and lots of champagne. The stars came out last night for South Beach Wine & Food Festival’s Bubble Q to meet up with host Bobby Flay and sample smoky wares from Giada De Laurentiis, Todd English, Al Roker, Chris Lilly, Iron ChefRead more »
Last night Iron Chef Michael Symon reigned supreme at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival Burger Bash. The field was tight and the competition tough, but Symon scored the People’s Choice award with his Yo! Burger, a towering artform of provolone cheese, fried salami, onions and a hot Hungarian mustard sauce. Symon stood frontRead more »
Every Thursday in this spot, FoodNetworkFans.com will give you the latest dish about chefs on the web. This week: Bite into Food Network chefs’ best burgers, Iron Chefs battle for a James Beard Award and Tyler Florence’s new restaurant.
Chefs (and Boot Camp Sergeants) Anne Burrell and Robert Irvine let us in on their candid conversation about the two Worst Cooks finalists, Joshie and Georg. Anne on Joshie: If you had asked me at the beginning if Joshie was going to win, I would have said no way. But at the same time, I had aRead more »
Why did you need or want to be on Worst Cooks in America? When I initially found out that I had been nominated by my beloved wife, I did not believe that I needed to be on Worst Cooks in America. After giving a grand attempt at cooking for the audition process, my perception quicklyRead more »
Why did you need or want to be on Worst Cooks in America? I really needed to be on Worst Cooks because of my background and personality. I grew up a Hasidic Jew, so I was limited to eating only strictly kosher foods. While the community I grew up in did a reasonable job (consideringRead more »
Every week in this spot, FoodNetworkFans.com will give you the latest dish about chefs on the web. We love to watch our favorite chefs on the Food Network, but celebrity chefs are about so much more than their restaurants and TV shows. Being a fan is so much easier these days with chefs updating usRead more »