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Food TV: On Sunday, August 31, Cafe Aion's...

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On Sunday, August 31, Cafe Aion's very own chef Dakota Soifer is competing on Food Network's Cutthroat Kitchen, and to celebrate, Cafe Aion is holding a special viewing party. Starting at 7 p.m., doors will open and the TV will...

Food TV: Eating House chef Giorgio Rapicavoli, who...

Eating House chef Giorgio Rapicavoli, who first gained popularity after winning on Food Network's Chopped series in 2012, is back in action for the show's new Chopped Ultimate Champions. The confident chef won the first round last night and now...

Watch First Two Episodes Of Hilarious Cooking Show/Web Series 'Eat Our Feelings': VIDEO

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Emma Jane Gonzalez and Sasha Winters are two fierce ladies, in and out of the kitchen. Their new not-to-be-missed web series, "Eat Our Feelings," is a hilarious and informative hybrid of scripted comedy and Food Network cooking show. A truly...

Food Network Star Justin Warner Breaks Down His 6 Favorite Burgers for Labor Day

We've given you plenty of recipes from Food Network star Justin Warner, who came up with fantastic dishes to pair with the Robert Mondavi Private Selection, and now we have six cool burger recipes for Labor Day weekend. Instead o... via

Haylie Duff Shows Her Love For Cooking in 'Food Network'!

Haylie Duff flashes a beautiful smile for a feature in Food Network magazine’s September 2014 issue, out on newsstands now! Here’s what the 29-year-old Cooking Channel star had to share with the mag: On her great-grandmother’s handwritten recipe book: “It’s so inspiring and made such an impact on the way I approached writing my own [...]

Pentagon: No, 25% of Troops Do Not Use Food Banks

The Pentagon blasted the shoddy methodology of a new report by the nation's largest food bank network that claims 25% of military members are forced to use food banks to feed their families. On Monday, NBC News ran the dramatic headline:...Show More Summary

Alton Brown Wire: In a new interview with CNTraveler,...

In a new interview with CNTraveler, Food Network host Alton Brown reiterates his food mantra ("There are only two kinds of food: good food and bad food.") and reveals that he owns 300 bow ties. Why do people hate on...

OrderUp Raises $7M To Build Its Food Delivery Network For Non-Urbanites

One of the big bones of contention with a lot of consumer services from startups is that they tend to focus on urban areas — the idea being that big cities give them a better shot achieving critical mass and tapping into populations of overworked people with more disposable income. Show More Summary

Recipes for Better Lives

This piece was originally published in Our Town. Dreams of food find expression in many ways. Some are driven to a career in the food world by thoughts of entrepreneurship, culinary passion or Food Network fame, while others see theShow More Summary

More Military Families Are Relying On Food Banks And Pantries

A survey by Feeding America, a network of U.S. food banks, found that one-quarter of all U.S. military households used a food pantry in 2013. But service members are often reluctant to seek such help.

Sbarro Celebrates Being The Worst In Spot-On Second City Parody

Remember the last time you grabbed pizza at Sbarro? Chances are, there may not have been a "last time." In this video, The Second City Network pokes fun at the fairly forgettable fast food chain, which was recently put back on the (greasy)...Show More Summary

'Rachael vs Guy: Kids Cook-Off' Season 2: Guy Fieri thinks Rachael Ray is a 'warrior'

Two of Food Network's most kid-friendly stars mentor a group of budding chefs as "Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off" returns for Season 2 on Sunday (Aug. 17), on the channel.Eight versatile junior chefs are split into two teams during the six-week competition and are mentored by either Rachael Ray or Guy Fieri. Show More Summary

Leave Guy Fieri alone: Why he has nothing to do with the Food Network’s decline

The king of donkey sauce isn't to blame for the network's slow slide into irrelevance – its problems go much deeper

Brooklyn’s chef kids compete on Food Network

Two Brooklyn kids are cooking up big flavors on the small screen. Lauren Zilberman and Luis Ortega, both 12, showed off their culinary skills alongside celebrity chefs Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri in a soon-to-air show on the Food Netw...

The Most Popular FishbowlNY Posts for the Week

Here’s a look at the FishbowlNY posts that made the most buzz this week. 1) Cover Battle: Wired or Vanity Fair 2) Moms are Not Pleased with GQ 3) Food Network Magazine Makes Editorial and Publishing Hires 4) Tracking Down That Norm Macdonald-Robin...Show More Summary

This Week's Winners and Losers: Monster Deals, Cisco Reels

Paul Morris/Bloomberg/Getty Images There were plenty of winners and losers this week, with a fast food chain's attempt to offer healthier fare falling short and the world's largest networking equipment company letting pink slips fly....Show More Summary

Is The Food Network Star Winner In Hot Water?

Food Network Star Winner Lenny McNab, the so-called gourmet cowboy and chuckwagon cook, allegedly has left a trail, as it were, of offensive comments on social media. Based on an online vote, McNab emerged as the winner Sunday night in the 10th season of the Food Network’s reality show over his last remaining rivals Luca

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