The Biggest Food Network Scandals Of All Time Since the Food Network first hit the airwaves in 1993, it’s taken cooking out of the realm of the gourmand and made it accessible to millions of viewers around the world. Over the decades, they’ve transformed the television chef from a formal and fussy figure into […]
BEST OF THE CUSTOMERS On Kitchen Nightmares Don’t mind the old bag.
The Untold Truth Of Kitchen Nightmares There’s nothing quite like turning on a cooking show and hearing the soothing sounds of Gordon Ramsay screaming at a befuddled chef. One of Ramsay’s most popular profanity-riddled shows was Kitchen Nightmares, where the hot-tempered Scottish chef helped struggling restaurants mainly by shouting at them about fresh produce and […]
One thing we need to consider for this list is that there will be some what of a bias towards women who became famous through cooking, as opposed to chicks that were famous and have now turned to cooking for more exposure/career extension.
Weird Things You Didn’t Know About The Food Network The Food Network has been on the air for more than two decades, churning out drool-worthy dishes for the home-cooking masses and launching the careers of dozens of celebrity chefs in the process. Behind all the recipes and star-studded kitchens, you might be surprised to learn […]
Anthony Bourdain, The Gifted Chef, Storyteller And Writer Has Died At 61 Anthony Bourdain, the gifted chef, storyteller and writer who took TV viewers around the world to explore culture, cuisine and the human condition for nearly two decades, has died. He was 61. CNN confirmed Bourdain’s death on Friday and said the cause of […]
How Realistic Fake Foods Are Made For TV And Movies Movies and TV shows tend to use real food when they can, but there are a number of times when they need something fake. We spoke with two fake food artists who specialize in making custom, inedible treats for restaurants, trade shows, and Hollywood. Here’s […]
Food Network Shows That Are A Total Sham Since the early ’90s, Food Network has been educating us, entertaining us, and indulging our deep desire to watch food get prepared, cooked, and eaten. Numerous stars got their start making deliciously unhealthy, semi-homemade meals in 30 minutes or less on the cable network, but things on […]
Scallop Appetizer Chef Christina Wilson prepares the Hell’s Kitchen classic, Scallop Appetizer.
How It’s Made – BREAD & BUTTER The show is presented on the Science Channel in the US, Discovery Channel Canada in Canada, and on the Discovery Channel in the United Kingdom.
Gordon Ramsay Goes Undercover At His Own Restaurant In Las Vegas In disguise, Gordon Ramsay works as a waiter in training at the five year anniversary party of this Las Vegas restaurant.
Freddy’s Ribs From ‘House Of Cards’ Frank Underwood is many things: A husband. A politician. A duplicitous, machiavellian psychosexual deviant with a bloodlust for power. A purveyor of fine Carolinian barbecue. Opening just for him at 7:30AM is Freddy’s Ribs, a southern barbecue joint that we can surmise is serving ‘cue up in the […]
Nicole Kidman Tries Chef Giada De Laurentiis’ Pizza, Refuses To Sugarcoat How Bad It Is Kidman appeared on the “Ellen Show” this week and was hilariously honest about chef Giada De Laurentiis’ on-air pizza creation.
Whilst Gordon takes a shower, the owners threaten their staff.
Cooking The Greatest Dishes From Seinfeld Maybe one of the most delicious food plots of the 90s, or any decade for that matter, hails from a lesser-known sitcom called ‘Seinfeld’. This scrappy little American comedy featured a so-called “Soup Nazi”, and while you might not recognize his signature catchphrase “No soup for you!”, hopefully you […]
Rick & Morty Szechuan Sauce I was 9 when Szechuan sauce graced sauce pumps across the nation, so naturally, I can’t remember at all what it tastes like. But with the help of some actual Szechuan sauce (like, the stuff from Sichuan), a Redditor’s diligent recreation, a fast-food-secret: mixing things together in different ways and […]