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Diners Drive-Ins and Dives
Food Network show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives has become a classic since 2006; Guy Fieri travels all across America visiting small restaurants that offer unique cuisine.
Fans either love or loathe this network show, yet no one can deny its success in shining a light on some of America’s hardworking restaurant owners.
David Page is perhaps one of the show’s most controversial characters; having come from a news background and known for being somewhat confrontational.
Still, his heart was always with his guests first and so it came as quite a shock when City Pages reported his decision to depart the show.
Ina Garten is an Emmy Award-winning host and author of 12 cookbooks. Her signature style of cooking involves creating gourmet food in simple ways with straightforward preparation processes.
Barefoot Contessa is one of the most-watched programs on television, chronicling Garten as she prepares meals in her state-of-the-art Hamptons kitchen with her assistants.
Her kitchen is equipped with two Sub-Zero refrigerators and an eight-burner Viking stove, so she can whip up recipes quickly. Plus, there’s room to film 360-degree views of each dish she prepares on TV!
As she explores her expansive herb garden, Garten selects fresh herbs for use, but refrains from including cilantro due to its potentially divisive properties.
Ina Garten began her culinary career as the owner of a specialty food store in the Hamptons before becoming a New York Times best-selling cookbook author and beloved television host of her beloved Barefoot Contessa series.
Ina Garten began her career as a cookbook author and chef before landing a spot on Food Network with her show Barefoot Contessa. Her signature comfort-food recipes, made famous through Barefoot Contessa’s popularity among viewers worldwide.
Be My Guest With Ina Garten (premiering March 26), takes a unique approach. More than just a cooking show, Ina spends all day engaging with her guests while conversing over meals.
Ina Garten and Julianna Margulies share an initial episode together as they take a Martini lesson, cook up Ina’s Easy Oysters Rockefeller recipe, and discuss love, life and career topics.
Stanley Tucci strikes up an immediate bond with Ina and shares an eye-opening personal journey while providing recipes for his signature Tuscan Seafood Stew Cacciucco.
Chopped is one of the most-watched competition shows on television, and its premise is straightforward: four chefs use mystery ingredients to craft dishes that taste delicious – making this an excellent way to introduce children to cooking!
Nothing beats watching professional chefs struggle as they transform wonton wrappers into banana pancakes or ground beef into spaghetti, making Chopped such an enduring success for over 50 seasons.
Chopped may appear simple at first glance, but there is much more going on behind-the-scenes that fans don’t yet know about.
According to Food Network chef Marcus Samuelsson, production staff consists of approximately 100 people. Additionally, contestants cannot bring knives or ice cream machines onto the set for use during filming.
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