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Tour Ayesha Curry’s Stylish Atherton Family Home – Which She Designed Herself

Ayesha Curry is busy. On top of raising three children under the age of 10, she juggles a multi-pronged career that includes a Food Network show, two bestselling cookbooks, a new lifestyle magazine, a cookware line, several restaurants, and a role as a CoverGirl ambassador. Oh, and in her spare time, she also labors as […]
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Watch Burnt Crumbs chef Paul Cao compete on Food Network’s ‘Chopped’

It’s been a great run for Orange County chefs appearing on Food Network’s “Chopped” competition show. Cathy Pavlos, former chef at Provenance, enjoyed the most recent appearance in August, Rachel Klemek and Shachi Mehra both won their shows. Hungry? Sign up for The Eat Index, our weekly food newsletter, and find out where to eat and get the latest restaurant happenings in Orange County. Subscribe here. Now comes Paul Cao, chef/owner of Burnt Crumbs in Irvine and Huntington Beach and Burntzilla...
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Food Network 3-pc. Frypan Set only $13.59 (Reg. $39.99) at Kohl’s

  Get a new set of frying pans at Kohl’s Hot Closeout Deal on Food Network 3-pc. Frypan Set for only $13.59 (Reg. $39.99) Get 15% off when you text SAVE02 to 56457 Plus FREE store pickup or free shipping on orders $75+ Description: Have any meal covered with this versatile frypan set from Food Network. PRODUCT FEATURES... Read More
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Meet Steve Cohen, the controversial hedge-fund billionaire who just agreed to buy the New York Mets and owns mansions in some of America's swankiest ZIP codes

Steven Cohen, the new owner of the New York Mets. Lucy Nicholson/REUTERS; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Billionaire hedge-fund manager Steve Cohen signed an agreement to buy the New York Mets, pending approval from other Major League Baseball team owners. Cohen was banned from investing between 2016 and 2019 following a lawsuit with the SEC, Bloomberg reported. Cohen has a large portfolio of luxury real estate that spans from the Hamptons to Connecticut to Los Angeles. He has a net worth o...
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26 cookbooks for every type of home cook

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Crystal Cox/Alyssa Powell/Business Insider If you're shopping for someone who loves to cook, your best bet may be a cookbook they don't already have.Below, shop 26 of the best cookbooks you can give — ranging from the classics to trendy new titles.Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all Insider Reviews gift guides here.  Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and g...
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VENN Founders Are Playing to Win With Gaming Lifestyle Streaming Channel (Listen)

Call it Food Network or HGTV for the Twitch generation. Ariel Horn and Ben Kusin are the co-founders and co-CEOs of VENN, the fledgling ad-supported streaming service that hopes to be a live entertainment destination for video game enthusiasts, casual and otherwise. Horn and Kusin detail the vision and planning for VENN on the latest […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, Food Network, Hgtv, Horn, Venn, Strictly Business, Ariel Horn, Ben Kusin, VENN Founders, Kusin

Recipe: The easy way to make stuffed zucchini

I love cookbook author Ina Garten’s approach to stuffed zucchini. Many versions call for a long list of ingredients that generally includes sausage, but the Food Network’s star uses a short lineup of strategic team players: garlic, fresh herbs, panko breadcrumbs and Parmesan. The vegetarians in my family adore them. Make it up to a day ahead if you like, keeping the empty zucchini boats and crumb filling in separate containers in the fridge. Garten says she likes to serve them hot or at room tem...
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Food Network Begins Production On New Series CANDY LAND Hosted by Kristin Chenoweth

Food Network has commenced production on the new series Candy Land, based on the classic Hasbro children's game, it was announced today by Courtney White, President, Food Network. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Food Network Starts Production on ‘Candy Land’ Competition Show With Kristin Chenoweth

Food Network said it has started production on a new competition series called “Candy Land” that is based on the Hasbro children’s game and is hosted by Kristin Chenoweth. The six-episode series features five groups of cake and sugar artists, who create showpieces in order to get  a chance to win a grand prize of […]
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Food Network’s ‘Christmas Cookie Challenge’ to Have a Shortened Fourth Season Due to Coronavirus (EXCLUSIVE)

Food Network is cutting down the number of episodes for the upcoming fourth season of its holiday series “Christmas Cookie Challenge,” because of a crew member tested positive for COVID-19 this week, Variety has learned. The season will be six episodes long instead of its usual eight. Sonic Dog, the producers of the show, offered Variety a statement […]
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Food Network Whips Up New Talent Deal With Carla Hall

Carla Hall, a longtime Food Network contributor who has also logged stints on ABC’s “The Chew” and Bravo’s “Top Chef,” has struck a new talent pact with the Discovery-owned media property. Hall’s new deal means she will work exclusively with Food Network across its linear and digital outlets, and will take part in “Halloween Baking […]
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Food Network chef: How restaurants can survive the pandemic

I've spent my entire career in restaurants — cooking in them, building them and helping the struggling ones stay afloat. So to say that it has been incredibly difficult to watch as the restaurant industry has been devastated by the coronavirus would be more than an understatement.
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I tried making Guy Fieri's signature recipes for a week, and I didn't love my whole trip to Flavortown

The Food Network star's known for eating comfort food on "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives," and I tried some of his favorite recipes and meals for a week.
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TV Bits: ‘The Great British Bake Off’, The Return of G4, ‘Empire’ Spinoff, ‘NCIS’, and More

In today’s edition of TV Bits: The Great British Bake Off is already filming again Video game-centric television network G4 is rising from the grave The great Stanley Tucci has just locked down a new TV gig Amy Schumer Learns to Cook season 2 has a trailer Seven popular classic Black sitcoms are coming to Netflix Oprah Winfrey continues her collaboration with AppleTV+ with a new show And more! Time to pop bottles??The following classic shows are coming to @Netflix (US) Moesha – Aug 1 The ...
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Despite Coronavirus, Food Network Has Been Stuffing Its Viewers With New Programs

In June, two perennial Food Network shows, Guy Fieri’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” and Robert Irvine’s “Restaurant: Impossible,” went back into production. It was the first time either show shot on location since the coronavirus pandemic brought all television and film production to a dramatic halt in mid-March. They were filmed under strict, new COVID-19 […]
Tags: News, Food Network, Guy Fieri, Robert Irvine, Courtney White, Coronavirus, Amy Schumer Learns To Cook

Actress Patricia Heaton On 5 Activities To Inspire ‘Your Second Act’ 

Photo Courtesy of Simon & Schuster The pandemic has turned  everyday life  up-side down. Whether you’ve started to reevaluate your priorities or you are  looking for work  after a layoff, now could be the time to  change direction and start  your second act.   Beloved actress Patricia Heaton has experienced her fair share of pivotal transitions in both her personal and professional life, and she reveals anecdotes about them in her new  book   ‘Your Second Act’  (available now from ...
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‘Restaurant: Impossible’ Host Robert Irvine Cooks Up New Deal With Food Network

Robert Irvine will add some new ingredients to Food Network as part of a new two-year deal with the Discovery-owned cable outlet. Irvine will lead new episodes of his series “Restaurant: Impossible” and develop mid- and short-form video segments for both linear and digital venues, including Food Network’s Kitchen app. He will also work to […]
Tags: News, Discovery, Food Network, Irvine, Robert Irvine, Courtney White

Steamy Kitchen Update

        Hello !     Happy Tuesday!What are your plans for 4th of July? We’re heading over to my brother’s house, about 15 minutes away. He’s hosting a family BBQ, and lives in Las Vegas downtown, right in the middle of crazy...
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The Quarantine Stream: ‘Chopped’ Fills That Food Competition Show Craving

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Series: Chopped Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: There are three rounds. Mandatory mystery ingredients for each course. If your dish doesn’t cut it, you will be chopped. Why It’s Essential Viewing: Until recently, food competition shows had a reputation for being cutthroat television, edited for maximum drama and intensity. Th...
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Food Network Extends Amy Schumer’s Quarantine Cooking Series

Amy Schumer is serving up more of her new Food Network program to fans. The comedienne will return this summer after the Discovery-owned cable outlet agreed to order additional episodes of “Amy Schumer Learns to Cook,” a series in which Schumer and her husband, Chris Fischer, self-shoot culinary escapades. Their nanny, Jane, and dog and […]
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The Geek In Review Ep. 80 – Yes, And … A Return to KM 101 with Eugene Cipparone

  While we have a few comedic moments on the podcast (usually unintended), we actually have a real-life comedian, Eugene Cipparone , join us on this week’s episode. Eugene is a lawyer, who took a few years off to join The Second City comedy troop in Toronto, before working his way back into the legal industry as Goodmans, LLP’s Director of Professional Support. With the pandemic, the need for support, and KM resources became critical. Eugene’s ability to understand the needs of his fi...
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Kellyanne Conway Shames Fox Host Ainsley Earhardt for Bringing Up Barron Trump

If there’s one Trumpland rule that everyone knows about, it’s don’t even mention the name Barron Trump. Apparently, Fox & Friends host Ainsley Earhardt didn’t get the memo. With everything going on in the country right now, Earhardt used her one question for White House counselor Kellyanne Conway Wednesday morning to ask about an obscure tweet from the host of the Food Network’s Halloween Baking Championship. “So, Kellyanne, it’s one thing to criticize a president, but it’s another thing to crit...
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Melania Trump scolds Food Network host for 'insensitive' tweet about son Barron

First lady Melania Trump doesn't say much in public, but she can be relied on to speak up sharply if she thinks son Barron is being mocked.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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Recipes: These 3 casseroles deliver flavor as well as convenience

You needn’t think of casseroles as troughs laden with cream-of-something canned soup and off-the-shelf components. Casseroles can showcase fresh ingredients, dishes rich in flavor as well as convenience. They can be assembled in advance and lend themselves to dividing between two pans, one to bake and one to freeze. Flexible and foolproof. According to “The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink” (Oxford, $125), casseroles of one sort or another have been around since prehistoric times, adding th...
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Meet 3 of the ‘Worst Cooks in America’ who hail from Southern California

Los Angeles resident Eric Smart once set his microwave on fire when he tried to cook raw bacon in a paper bag. And Louisa Sharamatyan, who lives in Glendale with her parents, served nearly raw fried fish to her family. But that’s nothing compared to Domaine Javier, a San Gabriel nurse whose terrible pasta sent someone to the emergency room. Yep, these three are terrible cooks — perhaps some of the worst cooks in the country. The three locals are among the 14 contestants on season 20 of the Food ...
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Why a documentary maker spent years filming Mexican culinary expert Diana Kennedy

There’s a point in the new documentary on Mexican food expert Diana Kennedy during which she snaps at students attending a boot camp held at her eight-acre ranch outside Zitácuaro, Michoacán. “Read my books and learn, please! What are you going to do when I’m gone? Who else is going to start screaming? Nobody!” A James Beard Award nominee, “Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy” is the first feature by documentary filmmaker Elizabeth Carroll and she’s picked a doozy of a subject. Investigators are on...
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Post-Production Is Thriving Thanks to Technology; Will the Remote Workforce Grow After the Pandemic Subsides?

Producers at Levity Live consider themselves lucky. The shows they were working on — like Food Network’s “Restaurant: Impossible,” Adult Swim’s “Black Jesus” and HGTV’s “House Hunters” — had all wrapped principal photography by March when the pandemic hit. There was only one problem: Post-production needed to be completed. But the company was also prepared. […]
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Why is there a two hour line at this one ATM in New York City?

Every day, people from all over New York travel to the ATM at the East 22nd Street branch of KeyBank in Manhattan and wait more than two hours for their chance at the machine. Why? One reason is to avoid the fees they'd get hit with by withdrawing their unemployment benefits from many other banks' ATM. Unemployment benefits are distributed via KeyBank debit cards sent to residents; unfortunately, there are only two KeyBank branches in NYC and one of them is closed due to the pandemic. There are ...
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Why is there a two hour line at this particular ATM in New York City?

Every day, people from all over New York travel to the ATM at the East 22nd Street branch of KeyBank in Manhattan and wait more than two hours for their chance at the machine. Why? One reason is to avoid the fees they'd get hit with by withdrawing their unemployment benefits from many other banks' ATM. Unemployment benefits are distributed via KeyBank debit cards sent to residents; unfortunately, there are only two KeyBank branches in NYC and one of them is closed due to the pandemic. There are ...
Tags: Post, New York, News, Banks, New York City, Banking, Unemployment, Food Network, Manhattan, Atms, Chinatown, KeyBank, Department of Labor, East 22nd Street, May Adams, Chelsea Eric Kwan

This Saturday’s Recipes by The Pioneer Woman

This Saturday is a brand new episode of “Home Sweet Home” on Food Network. My kids are helping me shoot it, my production company in the UK is editing it together, and it’s been a great team effort! I just wanted to show you the dishes I’ll be making—it’s a fun, exciting, food-centric show! I’m making a Dutch Baby from my recent cookbook…   Granola that just takes a few minutes to make…   This amazing bread omelette, which has swept the internet in the past two months…   And Dalgona Coffee –...
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