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Meet the LA pastry chef competing on the Food Network’s ‘Best Baker in America’

Unlike other reality show contestants from across the country who audition for a shot at fame, Jeffrey De Leon didn’t plan on baking in front of cameras. Producers of the third season of the Food Network series “Best Baker in America” sought him out. “It was a nice call out of the blue,” said De Leon, a 38-year-old pastry consultant based in Downtown Los Angeles. “I thought it would be a fun experience.” The weekly series, which premiered May 13 on the Food Network with nine professional bakers,...
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TV’s Sandra Lee, NY Gov. Cuomo are selling house

NEW CASTLE, N.Y. (AP) — Food Network star Sandra Lee says she and her longtime partner, Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, are selling their house in the New York City suburbs. Lee tells The New York Times that the 1950s Colonial in the northern Westchester County enclave of New Castle will be listed for […]
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How to Give a Demonstration Speech Like a Food Network Star

The post How to Give a Demonstration Speech Like a Food Network Star appeared first on Ian's Messy Desk. Most of my YouTube or television watching centres around cooking; not shows like Food Network challenges, Top Chef or Guy’s Grocery Games. Rather, I enjoy the shows where the hosts demonstrate the preparation of specific dishes. I want to watch Tyler Florence prepare Chicken Paillard or Micheal Smith make no-knead bread and then try the recipe myself. That’s the essence of … Continue read...
Tags: Food Network, Public Speaking, Ian, Micheal Smith, Food Network Star, Tyler Florence, GTD, Chicken Paillard, Food Network Star Consider

The Best Registry Items to Satisfy Every Passion

The items in your wedding registry should reflect who you are as a couple. Try to think about what you’re passionate about and select items based on what brings you joy – it’s a way to guarantee that everything on your registry will still be just as meaningful to you on your 2nd wedding anniversary as they will be on your 30th anniversary. So, whether you’re a foodie, a dog lover, a wine enthusiast, or all of the above… we’re rounding up the must-have registry items to satisfy every one of life’...
Tags: Food Network, Wedding, The Blog, Registry, Registry Guide, Weddings 101, Registry Tips, Wayfair Registry

This 19-year-old beat cancer three times, and now he's the entrepreneur behind the Instagram-friendly 'skonie' — a cross between a cookie and a scone

Jack Witherspoon, age 19, survived three battles with leukemia before his 18th birthday — and discovered a love of cooking during his time in the hospital for treatment. He wrote his first cookbook when he was 8 years old, and recently launched Chef Jack's Kitchen. The company's first product is a "skonie," a cookie-scone hybrid. Witherspoon donates a portion of proceeds from skonie and book sales to childhood cancer research. Witherspoon told Business Insider that Chef Jack's Kitchen is in ta...
Tags: Trends, Food Network, Silicon Valley, Jack, Business Insider, Hgtv, All, Rachel Ray, University of California Los Angeles, Redondo Beach, Witherspoon, Jack Witherspoon, Emril Lagasse

Facebook's new content and feature additions for Portal are an attempt to broaden its audience (FB)

This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To receive the full story plus other insights each morning, click here. Facebook announced several updates to its Portal video calling device at its F8 developer conference on Tuesday,  reports Variety. The updates include both expanded availability and new features. The Alexa-enabled device will become available in Canada in  June  2019 followed by Europe in the fa...
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Wired’s Facebook boom, and why we need new labor laws for kidfluencers: Publisher’s Brief

Welcome to the latest edition of Ad Age Publisher's Brief, our roundup of news from the world of content producers across digital and print. Got a tip? Send it our way. Joining us late? Here's the previous edition. Facebook redux: Wired is out with a sequel of sorts to its widely-read March 2018 deep-dive feature about Facebook that featured a cover photo-illustration of a bruised and bloodied Mark Zuckerberg. That story, written by Wired Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson and Contributing Edi...
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New spots call out the difference between reality TV shows and the realities of home buying Santa Clara, CA – April 22, 2019 (PRNewswire)®, The Home of Home Search℠, today introduced its new “Public Reality Announcement” spots that intercept people watching real estate, reality, and food TV shows to help them understand there’s a big difference between the homes they’re seeing on screen and the reality of home buying. The seven spots are part of®‘s new brand campaign,...
Tags: Facebook, Real Estate, News, Instagram, Radio, Brooklyn, Food Network, Ncaa, News Corp, Santa Clara, Latin America, Instagram Facebook, National Association of Realtors, Real Estate News, Interpublic Group, Move Inc

Why an AI’s personality is more complicated than Alexa’s

When we think of Alexa having a personality, we’ll describe it as her responding to certain things in a certain way – what she does or doesn’t do based on a question or request. That’s because Alexa doesn’t really have a personality. Almost every single AI or voice-based product doesn’t have one. When The Food Network discusses how Rachael Ray’s “personality” will come through the voice of Alexa, what they mean is that they’re adding expressions in her voice. Expressions are what we’re substitut...
Tags: Startups, Food Network, Alexa, Rachael Ray, Podium

A Week In Marina Del Rey, CA, On A $75,000 Salary

Welcome to Money Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Calling all entrepreneurs: We want to hear from you! If you’re a freelancer or self-employed, we’d love to feature your Money Diary. Submit here.Travel Diaries: We're looking to get the inside scoop on when, where, and how our peers are using their vacation...
Tags: Apple, Fashion, Music, Amy Schumer, Food Network, Arizona, Long Beach, Apple Watch, Vermont, Andante, Hoa, Southern California, Rosie, Marina del Rey, Samoa, Century City

How-to video maker Jumprope launches to leapfrog YouTube

Sick of pausing and rewinding YouTube tutorials to replay that tricky part? Jumprope is a new instructional social network offering a powerful how-to video slideshow creation tool. Jumprope helps people make step-by-step guides to cooking, beauty, crafts, parenting and more using voice-overed looping GIFs for each phase. And creators can export their whole lesson for sharing on Instagram, YouTube, or wherever. Jumprope officially launches its iOS app today with plenty of how-tos for making ch...
Tags: Google, Social, Food, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Mobile, Ecommerce, Apps, Video, Diy, Pinterest, Instagram, Education, Youtube, Funding

Food Network Magazine May Color This Dish Contest 5/7 1PP18+

Color the Food Network edible flowers coloring page submit it for your chance to win $500!  The grand prize winner will receive $500 and three runners-up will each receive a $50. Click Here... Click to read more...
Tags: Food Network, Frugality, Food Network Magazine, Canadian Sweeps, One Entry Per Person, Ending in May, Contests/Vote to Win, Cash & Gift Cards

April Come She Will by The Pioneer Woman

Because winter was especially long, spring burning happened a little late this year…but boy, did it happen! A consolation for not being able to start burning until April, however, is that the wind has been so favorable to burning. With the exception of a couple of days they had to abstain due to the wind being strong enough to make my face ripple in a slow-motion video (which is precisely why I do not participate in any slow-motion videos), most of the days have seen gentle breezes…ahhhh. Oklah...
Tags: Food, Facebook, Family, Instagram, Food Network, Nice, Oklahoma, Alex, Country Life, Purina, Pioneer Woman, Drummond, Bryce, Ladd, Nan, The Ranch

Why HGTV and Food Network are must-see TV in Twin Cities waiting rooms

No news is good news for clinics, fitness centers and other businesses as they avoid partisan politics on their televisions.
Tags: Food Network, Hgtv

Food Network™ 23-pc. Nonstick Aluminum Cookware Set ONLY $53.99

Food Network™ 23-pc. Nonstick Aluminum Cookware Set ONLY $53.99. Food Network™ 23-pc. Nonstick Aluminum Cookware Set is on sale for $79.99 (Reg $100) at Kohl’s. Plus you will get 20% off on sale price when you use the code FAMILY20 at checkout.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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Food Network Re-Ups Chef Alex Guarnaschelli to New Multi-Year Deal (EXCLUSIVE)

Discovery’s Food Network said it signed popular chef Alex Guarnaschelli to a new, exclusive deal that will encompass projects for both daytime and primetime as well as the cable outlet’s linear and digital extensions. The pact is just the latest in a series of new contracts recent set between Discovery and various members of its […]
Tags: News, Discovery, Food Network, Alex Guarnaschelli, Courtney White, Food Network Re Ups

Ex-Food Network competitor gets diversion program for theft

PASCAGOULA, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi chef who competed on two Food Network shows and admitted to embezzling $10,000 from a former employer has been ordered into a three-year pre-trial diversion program. The Sun Herald of Biloxi reports the sentence means 47-year-old Stacie Meehan Vande Wetering could avoid a felony record if she complies with […]
Tags: Television, News, Mississippi, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, Food Network, Biloxi, Sun Herald, Pascagoula, Stacie Meehan Vande Wetering, Ex Food Network

QUICK ENDING! Food Network Magazine Who’s Counting Contest (4 Cash Prizes) 4/9 1PP18+

Guess how many rainbow sprinkles are in the Food Network candy jar and you could win big! The grand prize winner will receive $500 in cash and three runners-up will each receive $50 in cash! Click... Click to read more...
Tags: Food Network, Frugality, One Entry Per Person, Quick Ending, Ending in April, Cash & Gift Cards, QUICK ENDING Food Network Magazine Who

Waynesboro – A Divinely Placed Getaway

Divinely placed among the adventure, Waynesboro enjoys close proximity to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Skyline Drive, Blue Ridge Parkway, and Appalachian Trail, making it ideal for a great mountain getaway. Add to that a picturesque river in a growing downtown and you’ve got the perfect base camp for exploration. Get Outside Fly fishing happens year-round in Waynesboro’s South River, where trophy-size rainbow and brown trout lure anglers to its spring-fed waters. You can also cast your ...
Tags: Virginia, Sport, Cycling, Food Network, Shenandoah Valley, Greenway, South River, Blue Ridge Parkway, Blue Ridge Parkway America, Waynesboro, Shenandoah National Park, Skyline Drive, Appalachian Trail, Sponsored Content, Bucha, Basic City Beer Co

Discovery’s Food Network Cooks Up U.K. Deal for Jamie Oliver Shows

Food Network will add a raft of Jamie Oliver shows to its menu. The Discovery-owned channel has acquired a smorgasbord of the celebrity chef’s programs that have previously aired on Channel 4 including “Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food,” “Jamie’s Money Saving Meals,” and “Jamie’s Super Food.” It has also bought seasonal specials including “Jamie’s Festive […]
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eggsaladstain:god bless the producers of worst cooks

:god bless the producers of worst cooks
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South Bay chef Darren Weiss is the star of a new kitchen and a new documentary

When it came to cooking, Darren Weiss was a natural. Decades before reality shows like “MasterChef Junior,” on Fox and “Kids Baking Championship” on the Food Network put kids in the kitchen, the South Bay chef was in there whipping up fancy meals for his family at a young age — admittedly while leaving the kitchen a messy disaster. Eventually his cooking skills led him to become a celebrated chef who ran several respected kitchens before opening his own place in 2007. Now the inspirational journ...
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Food Network Magazine Color This Dish Contest 3/1 1PP18+

Color the Food Network coloring page of bowl of mac and cheese and you could win $500!  The grand prize winner will receive $500 and three runners-up will each receive a $50. Click Here to... Click to read more...
Tags: Food Network, Frugality, One Entry Per Person, Ending in March, Contests/Vote to Win, Food Network Magazine Color This Dish Contest, Cash & Gift Cards

Nanaimo Bar Trail in BC, Canada

Nanaimo, British Columbia, should be on the top of your list of places to visit, and not just because it hosts the World Bathtub Racing Championships every year. Located on the eastern edge of Vancouver Island, this city in Canada is home to the country’s favorite dessert: the eponymous Nanaimo Bar. The original version of this classic no-bake Canadian treat has three distinct and delicious layers. The bottom is a crumbly coconut graham crust, the middle is a smooth and creamy custard fillin...
Tags: Travel, Canada, Food Network, Slovenia, All, George, Vancouver Island, Hearthstone, Nanaimo, Nanaimo Bar, Smokin, Nanaimo British Columbia, Canadian dessert, Dessert Trail, Nanaimo Bars, Nanaimo Bar Trail

Feel Good Diaries: Leg Days, Trail Runs & Lots Of Tea

Welcome to Refinery29’s Feel Good Diaries, where we chronicle the physical and mental wellness routines of women today, their costs, and whether or not these self-care rituals actually make you feel good. Have your own Feel Good Diary to submit? You can do so here!Today: A woman who’s in the beginning stages of psoriatic arthritis, and therefore tries to avoid white sugar, flour, and alcohol in an effort to keep joint pain and flare-ups at bay. She’s only human, however, so she has the occasion...
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Waynesboro Winter Getaway

Divinely placed among the adventure, Waynesboro enjoys close proximity to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Skyline Drive, Blue Ridge Parkway, and Appalachian Trail, making it ideal for a great winter getaway. Add to that a picturesque river in a growing downtown and you’ve got the perfect base camp for exploration. Get Outside Fly fishing happens year-round in Waynesboro’s spring-fed South River providing pockets of consistent temperature where anglers catch trophy-size rainbow and brown trout. At the...
Tags: Virginia, Sport, Cycling, Food Network, Shenandoah Valley, Blue Ridge Mountains, South River, Blue Ridge Parkway, Waynesboro, Anthony Wayne, Appalachian Trail, Sponsored Content, Bucha, Basic City Beer Co, Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail, Stable Craft Brewing

Find the perfect Valentine’s Day recipe with Food Network’s Date Your Dessert

Valentine's Day is fast upon us. Food Network enlisted Alexa to help you find the right dessert recipe to share with someone special. Food Network's Date Your Dessert interactive game pays off every time in the form of a dessert recipe. The post Find the perfect Valentine’s Day recipe with Food Network’s Date Your Dessert appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Food Network, Smart Home, Dessert, Amazon Echo, Alexa, Alexa Skills

4 Things You Are Paying for — But Rarely (Or Never) Use

When it comes to hidden charges, you might be surprised at what you are paying for. In a number of cases, it probably doesn’t even occur to you that you are paying for something you rarely — or never — use. Here are 4 things that you might be paying for, even though you don’t use them: 1. Cable Channels Do you really watch all those cable channels you are paying for every single month? If you have cable or satellite TV, you might not be getting your money’s worth. Does it really matter if you...
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‘In the Kitchen’ app helps you cook using voice commands

Looking for an easy-to-follow app while cooking? Food Network's In the Kitchen app now helps you make meals with voice commands. The app gives you access to more than 70,000 recipes, whether it's breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert. The post ‘In the Kitchen’ app helps you cook using voice commands appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Food Network to Revive ’30 Minute Meals’ With Rachael Ray as Linear, Digital Series

Food Network has struck a deal with Rachael Ray to revive “30 Minute Meals” as a linear series augmented with extensive digital content. “30 Minute Meals” was a staple of Food Network from November 2001 through February 2012. The how-to cooking show helped establish Ray as a culinary TV star. The new edition is set […]
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