Pat and Gina Neely, the couple who had us salivating on the Food Network’s Down Home With the Neelys are divorcing, possibly because deep down they really hate each other. The Neelys (specifically Gina) filed divorce paperwork, effectively ending their 19-year marriage last month, which revealed they had been separated for the past two years. Show More Summary
Gina Neely and husband Pat Neely couldn’t stand each other, according to the latest report by TMZ. The Food Network’s Down Home With The Neelys couple announced their plans to divorce due to irreconcilable difference last week. In aShow More Summary
The Alba family is just one of an estimated 620,000 military households seeking help from the Feeding America network. On the morning of Sept. 3, Jon and Elizabeth Alba waited two hours at the VA Medical Clinic in Iron Mountain, Mich., not for medical care but for a few days' supply of groceries. Show More Summary
They've been married for 20 years. Gina and Pat Neely, the hosts of the Food Network's Down Home With the Neelys and restaurateurs behind Neely's Barbecue Parlor on the Upper East Side, announced Friday that they will divorce after 20 years of marriage. Show More Summary
Gina and Pat Neely, the stars of Food Network's popular cooking show "Down Home With The Neelys," are getting divorced after two decades of marriage. The duo, whose empire consists of a TV show, cookbooks and a restaurant, released a...Show More Summary
The Food Network's golden couple, "Down Home with the Neelys" stars Pat and Gina Neely, are getting a divorce. Gina Neely filed the papers after almost 20 years of marriage, reported the WMC news channel in Memphis, Tenn.
One thing is apparent from the premiere of Food Network's newest series, "Food Truck Face Off" -- It's not just another food competition. In fact, it's actually more of a way to help up and coming chefs live their dreams than anything else.The premise is simple. Show More Summary
Viewers who tune into the premiere of Food Network's competition series "Food Truck Face Off" on Sunday (Sept. 28) will be treated to an intense battle between teams of culinary entrepreneurs vying for what could be a career-changing...Show More Summary
They’ve warmed America’s hearts while barbecuing up a storm on the Food Network for six years, but now, Pat and Gina Neely are getting a divorce. According to a joint… READ ON
Gina Neely, of the successful Food Network show Down Home With The Neelys, has filed for divorce from her TV partner and husband, Pat Neely. According to WJHL, court documents confirm that Gina Neely filed for divorce due to irreconcilable differences. Show More Summary
No more finger lickin’ love! Gina And Pat Neely File For Divorce After 19 Years Of Marriage Gina Neely filed for divorce from her husband, Pat Neely, after 19 years of marriage. The complaint cites “irreconcilable differences.” Via WLBT reports:
After 20 years of marriage, Gina and Pat Neely, from the popular Food Network show “Down Home With The Neelys”, are divorcing.
When Anthony Bourdain's hour-long food and travel show first launched on CNN, it marked the network's step away from 24 hours news and towards more entertainment programming. But maybe Bourdain is just the reporter we need these days when most of what we see of other cultures is satellite images or shots of rubble. Show More Summary
Chef Emeril Lagasse shot to fame as the host of a popular Food Network show that encouraged amateur chefs to try their own hands in the kitchen. But despite being one of the most recognizable celebrity chefs in the country, Lagasse's outlook on his future as a restaurateur — and the restaurant industry in general — is fairly grim. Show More Summary
If you tune into Food Network to enjoy the hodgepodge of dynamic chef personalities, just wait until you get a peek of their real-life pads! The October issue of Food Network Magazine lets us peer far beyond the kitchens we see on set, revealing the home lives of culinary stars Marcela Valladolid, Ina Garten, Jose Garces, and Masaharu Morimoto. Show More Summary
Former Food Network celebrity chef Paula Deen is on the comeback trail. She lost pretty much everything a little under a year ago after admitting, under oath, that she used the “N” word. She fumbled repeated attempts to smooth things over, losing her endorsements and being dropped by the Food Network. Paula settled the lawsuit […]
The disgraced former Food Network star is debuting her own network, but it comes with a price
Paula Deen returned to the "Today" show Tuesday, a year after giving the morning program a tearful interview in the wake of being fired from Food Network and facing accusations of racism.