Tag: Awards

Brandon Scawthorn Wins the 2014 Cynopsis Digital Model D Best Host for Cooking in the Fast Lane

by in News, Shows, November 14th, 2014


This year Cynopsis Media nominated three Food Network Web series for best host in food: Alton Brown for Alton’s After-Show, Bobby Flay for Bobby Flay Fit and Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off, Season 1 winner Brandon Scawthorn for Cooking in the Fast Lane. Also nominated in the same category was William Shatner for Brown Bag Wine Tasting. Earlier today the Digital Model D Awards were handed out, and our youngest host, Brandon, was announced the winner of the category.

Congratulations, Brandon! And congratulations to the other nominees as well. If you haven’t had a chance to see Brandon’s series, watch the first episode above and get more episodes of Cooking in the Fast Lane. And if you like Brandon’s series, also watch Season 2 winner Gibson Borelli in The Jersey Shore Kid.

Congrats to Daytime Emmy Award Winners: Bobby Flay and Sandra Lee

by in Events, News, June 25th, 2012

daytime emmy award winners bobby flay and sandra lee
In May, FN Dish announced that Food Network had been nominated for 12 different Emmy Awards. This past Saturday, two of our very own stars took home these coveted honors at the 39th Annual Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards held in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Congratulations to Bobby Flay and the production team for winning Outstanding Culinary Program for Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction and to Sandra Lee for winning Outstanding Lifestyle/ Culinary Host on Semi-Homemade Cooking.

Sandra’s makeup artists, Mark Payne and Alx Galasinao, took home a Creative Arts Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Makeup on Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee, as well.

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The hottest ticket in town…

by in View All Posts, May 6th, 2009

So I’m standing about 5 feet away from Mario Batali, both an Iron Chef and one of the most successful restaurateurs in New York City. I go up to him and say, “Excuse me, where did you get that hot dog?”

And do you know what he says? “Over there.” Mind you, this guy can cook dishes like fennel dusted sweetbreads with his eyes closed, and yet there he stood, eating a hot dog like we were at a Mets game.

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