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Watch Damian Abraham’s Food Network Show Super Snack Bros.

Fucked Up singer Damian Abraham used to host The Wedge, Canadian network MuchMusic’s alt-rock video show. And now that that show’s been canceled, he’s moved onto some other, even more unlikely broadcasting opportunities. Right now, Abraham (who is, full disclosure, my friend) is co-hosting a new show called Super Snack Bros. with celebrity chef Matt […]

Fat Prince: Shake ‘N Bake Wagyu Beef with Sunny Anderson and Ron Funches

Andy and Food Network’s Sunny Anderson do the unthinkable: prime Wagyu beef gets butterflied and chicken-fried, and Kraft macaroni and cheese gets dressed up.

Funny Pictures – March 31, 2015

This Strip Club near the Houston airport has managed to successfully pull off the elusive Triple Entendre. Went to the park today, saw this. My whole life is a lie. Making a grocery list after watching the Food Network all weekend is hard. Found Jimmy Fallon’s Turkish ancestor. I need to find a relationship as […]

How Reneé Lost the Weight: "You Really Have to Change Your Relationship With Food"

yesterdayHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Our next Before & After weight-loss success story comes from blogger Reneé Benda, whose blog, Bendiful Blog, is part of our POPSUGAR Select Fitness network. She shared with us how her journey started: "I literally woke up one day and just decided to get healthy," she said. Show More Summary

Bravo Greenlights 10 New Series Including 'NeNe and Kim: Road to Riches' & Renews 4 Series

Committed to high-quality programming, Bravo Media unveils a diversified slate of ten new and four returning series making a total of over 40 original series focusing on the network’s passion points of food, fashion, beauty, design and pop culture.

Watch the Next Jon Stewart, Trevor Noah, Joke About Taco Truck Culture Clash

The South African comedian is about to take on American politics — and food. Fans of Comedy Central's The Daily Show were abuzz this morning when the network announced host Jon Stewart's replacement: Trevor Noah. One of the best things...Show More Summary

Refrigerator Look Book: Giada De Laurentiis

2 days agoHealth : Well Good NYC

The Food Network host is a big grazer, has three off-the-cuff ways to use chickpeas, and shares what to make last-minute, gluten-free guests for dinner.

'Disney Dream Cruise With Food Network': Katie Lee, Melissa d'Arabian and more eat well while sailing with Mickey Mouse

For those of us not fortunate enough to escape the brutal cold and snow that this winter has wrought, Food Network offers salve for the soul with a new special that takes viewers along on a cruise to the Bahamas.The hourlong "DisneyShow More Summary

Emeril Lagasse Looks Back on the Restaurant That Started It All

How one Massachusetts-born chef changed Creole food for a nation. "The Food Network is not why I have 12 restaurants," says chef Emeril Lagasse. He's reflecting on the dozen-restaurant empire that sparked 25 years ago this month, with the opening of his eponymous New Orleans classic, Emeril's. Show More Summary

Eyes in the Sky See Seas Rising Alarmingly Faster

5 days agoNews : Truthdig

By Paul Brown, Climate News Network Scientists analysing sophisticated satellite data warn that rises in sea level more rapid than expected are increasing threats to coastal cities and food security.

An Adult Swim Drive-In and Other L.A. Events

Adult Swim, which is the nighttime version of the Cartoon Network, is hosting a drive-in screening in Santa Monica March 26. The event, which includes food trucks, will feature “exclusive clips” from “Rick and Morty” Season 2 and “The...Show More Summary

Get Moo-ving -- White Oak Pastures and Whole Foods Market Sponsor Southeastern Sustainable Livestock Conference

Where do like-minded livestock farmers gather to network and graze on seminars fielding best practices in pasture raising, humane livestock handling and processing, business and marketing, and educating consumers about the benefits of their products, all capped by a keynote from Dr. Show More Summary

Paula Deen Returns to TV With Her Most Over-the-Top Butter Idea Yet

Post by Liz Alterman. Former Food Network star Paula Deen is making her return to television following a near-two-year hiatus after claims of racist behavior pretty much cost the butter-loving celebrity chef her career. The Georgia cook will be appearing on Evine Live, formerly ShopHQ, where she'll be selling some pretty pricey ingredients. Show More Summary

The one good thing on the Shark Tank rip-off Food Fortunes

The Shark Tank knock-off that debuted earlier this month, Food Fortunes, is as weak as most Food Network reality shows are lately: an unoriginal idea that’s been weakly executed. I love food shows and I love Shark Tank, so I would have loved for this to be the best of both. Show More Summary

Suspect In The Killing Of ‘Food Network’ Star Christie Codd And Her Husband, Was A Person Of Interest In The Previous Murder Case Of Zebb Quinn

The suspected remains of The Next Food Network Star contestant Christie Codd, her unborn child and husband J.T. Codd were discovered in Robert Jason Owens home in Asheville, North Carolina. Owens was arrested on Friday in connectionShow More Summary

Hi, Y’All, the Butter’s Back: Paula Deen Returns to Cable TV

The queen of buttered and fried foods is making her return to cable television after being dropped from the Food Network in 2013. Paula Deen’s new cooking and shopping show will debut on Evine Live on Wednesday. According to the NewYork Post, Paula Deen’s Kitchen will have a three-hour premiere and will then air live segments once every six to eight weeks.

Missing “Food Network Star”‘s Remains Were Discovered In A Wood-Burning Oven

In tragic, stomach-turning news, the remains of former “Food Network Star” contestant Christie Schoen Codd and her husband Joseph Codd were discovered in a wood-burning stove belonging to their neighbor, Robert Owens. In an even more gruesome turn of events, Christie was five months pregnant at the time of her disappearance. Christie and Joseph were reported […]

Remains of Murdered 'Food Network Star' Contestant Found in Wood Oven

The suspect is facing a first degree murder charge. In tragic news, police believe they have found the bodies of missing Food Network Star contestant Cristie Schoen Codd and her husband Joseph Codd. According to Fox Carolina, authorities found human remains in a wood-burning stove at the home of Robert Owens' house. Show More Summary

Adam Richman's TV show to finally debut; highlights Chicago restaurants

Adam Richman, best-known for his eating feats in Travel Channel's "Man v. Food," will kick off another show, "Man Finds Food," that is set to air April 1 on that network.

Updates on Food Network Star murder

New details emerged late last week about the death of Food Network Star contestant Cristie Schoen Codd, who was pregnant, and her husband JT. The man charged with the murders, Robert James Owens, admitted he “stored and destroyed” the bodies, including in a wood stove. Show More Summary

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