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'Top Chef: Texas' Contestants, Premiere Date Revealed

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 21st 2011 3:45PM
Top Chef TexasWhen Bravo's 'Top Chef: Texas' debuts on Wed., Nov. 2 at 10PM ET, there will be 29 contestants. Twenty-nine.

However, by the end of the premiere, only 16 will get to put on the 'Top Chef' coat and compete as official cheftestants. The 16 official contestants will then compete across the state of Texas in Austin, Dallas and San Antonio.

"I'm so excited for everyone at home to get a glimpse of all the great and talented chefs," 'Top Chef' host Padma Lakshmi said in a statement. "This season is bigger and better than ever! Yum!"

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Emeril Lagasse Joins 'Top Chef: Texas' As Judge

by Chris Harnick, posted Aug 9th 2011 2:30PM
Emeril LagasseEmeril Lagasse, a man known to enjoy kicking it up a notch or two, has joined Bravo's 'Top Chef' as a new judge. Lagasse and fellow new addition Hugh Acheson will join Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons as 'Top Chef' takes on Texas.

'Top Chef: Texas' breaks the formula and takes on three Texan cities -- Austin, San Antonio and Dallas -- as opposed to one.

This isn't the first time Emeril has teamed with 'Top Chef.' The famous chef appeared in the Season 5 finale as a guest judge.

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'Top Chef' Season 9 Rumors: San Antonio Location and ... Pee-Wee?

by Chris Harnick, posted Jul 22nd 2011 10:40AM
Top ChefYeehaw! 'Top Chef' is heading to Texas? That's the latest rumor about the hit Bravo cooking competition.

According to MySanAntonio.com, Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons have recently been spotted at various restaurants around San Antonio.

The latest buzz is that Pee-Wee Herman will serve as a guest judge. Another TV chef spotted around town? Emeril Lagasse.

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Emeril Lagasse Cooking Up New Series, Mike Tyson 'Breaking In' to Primetime, and More

by AOL TV Staff, posted Apr 14th 2011 12:45AM
Emeril Lagasse is back in the kitchen -- but he won't be dishing out the food. The Cooking Channel announced Wednesday a May 5 debut for 'The Originals With Emeril,' a new series that sees Lagasse hitting the road to pay tribute to iconic food establishments that have helped shape the country's culinary landscape. While the restaurant business is risky, challenging and faddish, and the life of a restaurant can sometimes be short, every city has cherished institutions that have stood the test of time. In each 30-minute episode, Lagasse will visit a new city and go behind-the-scenes at three historic eateries -- speaking with the chefs and customers to help reveal their fascinating stories.

The Cooking Channel also revealed several other new primetime offerings, including shows that look at street food, pastry chefs and Spanish foods: 'Eat St.' (premiering April 12), 'Unique Sweets' (April 24), 'From Spain With Love' (May 27) and 'Hook, Line & Dinner' (June 7).

The Food Network, meanwhile, also announced a slew of new series: Ashley Vicos' 'Have Cake, Will Travel,' premiering April 26, 'Best in Smoke' (May 8), 'Crave' (June 20) and, later this year, 'Heat Seekers,' 'Tough Cookies,' 'Chef Hunte' and 'Sugar High.' [The Hollywood Reporter]

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'Mad Men' Gets Fifth Season, Networks Announce Spring Premiere Dates and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Jan 7th 2011 6:00PM
Mad Men, Don Draper, Jon HammRest easy, AMC fans -- your favorite quality cable programming is definitely coming back in 2011.

The network announced today that 'Mad Men' has been renewed for a fifth season, though there's no official premiere date. Same with 'Breaking Bad,' according to The Hollywood Reporter -- no official premiere date other than "summer 2011," but the show will begin filming season TK next week.

AMC also set a date for its new series 'The Killing,' about the investigation surrounding a teenager's murder. The show will debut on Sun., April 3 at 10PM.

In other TV news ...

A&E's 'Breakout Kings' has a premiere date too. The new series, about a group of convicts who partner with a U.S. Marshal office, will bow on March 13 at 10PM. [Deadline]

'Spartacus' fans, you might have a new lead actor soon. Sources say Aussie actor Liam McIntyre is the frontronner for the role, and will be made official soon. Meanwhile, the show is definitely getting a second season. [TVLine]

Emeril Lagasse is returning to the TV kitchen. The chef just signed a new deal with the Hallmark Channel to star in a daily cooking show. It is scheduled to premiere in late 2011. [Hallmark]

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Food Network Stars Tell Us Their Killer Thanksgiving Side Dishes (VIDEO)

by Kelly Woo, posted Nov 23rd 2010 11:00AM
Bobby Flay, Paula Deen, Emeril LagasseIf it's holiday season, that can only mean one thing: It's time to eat!

Last week, the stars of the Food Network gathered to celebrate the unveiling of the holiday windows at Barney's New York. The theme this year was "Have a Foodie Holiday," and the tableaus included caricatures of food icons like Bobby Flay, Paula Deen, Emeril Lagasse, Mario Batali and more.

TV Squad was on hand to ask the Food Network stars what killer Thanksgiving side dish they were cooking this year. Plus, they revealed which chef they'd ask to cook their holiday meal.

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10 Things You Don't Know About Emeril Lagasse

by Chris Harnick, posted Apr 16th 2010 3:00PM
Emeril LagasseEmeril Lagasse knows a thing or two about variety. The celebrity chef is taking his years of experience, celebrity friends and his trademark "Bam!" to ION Television in a new variety series.

Each week the chef will tackle a new theme and bring a mix of food, music, games and entertainment with the help of celebrity guests such as Martha Stewart, Jennie Garth, Eli Manning, Tim Gunn and Elmo. Yes, Elmo.

In the premiere episode of 'The Emeril Lagasse Show' (Sun., April 18 at 8PM ET on ION), Emeril welcomes Martha Stewart. The duo tackle a housewarming theme and are joined by former Destiny's Child member Michelle Williams.

Watch a preview after the jump.

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Ion Picks Up 'The Emeril Lagasse Show'

by Andrew Scott, posted Jan 20th 2010 12:53PM
The Emeril Lagasse ShowIon will look to add a little flavor to its prime time lineup with the addition of 'The Emeril Lagasse Show.'

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the network has picked up the New York-based series, which will begin airing Sundays at 8PM on Mar. 28.

The show will feature the famed TV cook before a live studio audience, where he will chat with celebrities, interact with an in-house band and film various field pieces in New York.

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Food Network's 'Super Chef Battle' Set to Air on Free TV in NYC

by Chris Jordan, posted Jan 7th 2010 6:12PM
The Scripps vs. Cablevision battle rages on, but at least New York City area viewers will be able to see a battle of another kind this weekend.

The 'Super Chef Battle: An Iron Chef America Event,' which NYC viewers couldn't watch because Food Network and HGTV programs are no longer being carried on Cablevision, will be rebroadcast 8 p.m. Sunday on WPIX-TV, Channel 11, in NYC and WTXX-TV, Channel 20, in Hartford, Conn., both free channels.

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Michelle Obama Guests on 'Iron Chef,' Reveals Secret Ingredient (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Jan 4th 2010 8:02AM
As part of an effort to promote her healthy eating agenda, First Lady Michelle Obama made a guest appearance on 'Iron Chef America' and revealed the secret ingredient in a battle pitting Mario Batali and Emeril Lagasse against Bobby Flay and White House Executive Chef Cristeta Comerford.

In this clip, Obama tells the assembled chefs the secret ingredient is anything grown in the White House garden, which includes an abundance of seasonal fruits and vegetables.

Watch the video after the jump.

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First Lady will appear on a very special Iron Chef America

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 4th 2009 5:35PM
Iron Chef AmericaSome people say that President Obama has been on TV too much since he became President a year ago, but his wife is about to make a big splash on one of Food Network's most popular shows.

First Lady Michelle Obama will reveal the secret ingredient on the January 3 special episode of Iron Chef America (I don't think it's the season premiere because we're in the middle of new episodes right now). There's no specifics yet on what the secret ingredient will be, but it is something that grows in the White House garden and ties in with the First Lady's "Healthy Kids Initiative" to get kids eating better and exercising. Beyond all that, this sounds like its going to be a great episode of the show. It will pit White House chef Cristeta Comerford and Bobby Flay against Mario Batali and Emeril Lagasse.

You know what I'd like to see as the secret ingredient on Iron Chef America? Ring Dings. Or how about Atomic Fireballs?

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Fine Living will become the Cooking Channel

by Allison Waldman, posted Oct 9th 2009 12:00PM
fine_living_networkWhen you're a cable network and you're only reaching 55 million households and want to reach twice that amount, what do you do? If you're Scripps Networks, you rebrand the channel and give it a new name. That's why Fine Living will become the Cooking Channel in 2010.

The way I see this, since Scripps owns the Food Network, the Cooking Channel will be sort of a Food Network annex. Food Network 2.0. Food Network, Two. In actuality, a lot of the programming on Fine Living now is connected to Food Network. Old Iron Chef episodes, Emeril LaGasse and Mario Batali and Wolfgang Puck ... all cooking shows that were once on Food Network.

Now that it's going to drop the Fine Living angle and concentrate on cooking, all the overflow from Food Network will have somewhere to go.

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The Next Food Network Star: VIP Party in Miami - open thread

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 27th 2009 8:04AM
EmerilSo we're down to two.

One thing that I was wondering while watching this episode was ... is Emeril Lagasse even on Food Network anymore? I know there are repeats of his shows still running, but I wasn't aware that he was still doing new things (his show now airs on Fine Living).

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If Emeril could get a sitcom, why not Padma?

by Joel Keller, posted Jul 20th 2009 8:00PM
Padma LakshmiI love Top Chef (well, the regular version... this oddball Masters edition seems to be just summer filler until the real show starts again). I especially enjoy the hosting stylings of Padma Lakshmi, and not just because of her looks. She has a presence, seems to know her food, and displays an intelligence that fits well in the cerebral nature of the show.

But the word "funny" has never come to mind when I've seen her work. Which is why I'm scratching my head at the news that NBC is developing a sitcom for Lakshmi. You heard me. As in most cases in the world of TV, the premise can be boiled down into one oh-so-confidence-infusing sentence, according to Variety: "Building on her Top Chef credentials, the show will star Lakshmi as a woman working in the culinary world." One possible title? Single Serving.

Oofah. The show's got "two week mid-season stinker" written all over it, doesn't it?

[via TV Week]

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Ol' McMartha has a farm, ee-ay, ee-ay-oh!

by Allison Waldman, posted Aug 27th 2008 1:38PM
Martha StewartOh, boy, I can't wait! Finally, after all this time we're going to get to go behind the gates, into the exclusive, much-discussed but rarely filmed Martha Stewart estate. Actually, not the whole estate, but part of it. On her syndicated show, Martha Stewart's 153-acre Bedford, New York farm will be on display in the season ahead.

When the show returns with new episodes on September 15, Ms. Martha will share all the fun stuff she grows and prunes and plants. You know what this means, don't you? Compost heap! Seriously, Martha believes in natural recycling.

There will also be her state-of-the-art greenhouses and her extensive flower and vegetable gardens. Over a hundred guests will join Martha on her tour of the farm.

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