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Cornflake Burgers Are Not 'Inedible to Incredible' (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Jun 22nd 2010 8:30AM
Cornflake Burger Is Not 'Inedible to Incredible'This poor woman on the series premiere of 'Inedible to Incredible' (Mon., 10PM ET on TLC) thinks that putting cornflakes on a hamburger is a good idea.

With a hint of fear, chef John Besh approaches the entree she has cooked up and says, "I smell cornflakes."

"That's cooked cornflakes," she clarifies happily. She also added a strawberry.

The verdict? "This is gross," says Besh, seemingly stunned. "I find it overcooked ... It's awful." But she appears equally surprised that he doesn't like it.

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Chef John Besh Takes America's Home-Cooking From 'Inedible to Incredible'

by Maggie Furlong, posted Jun 21st 2010 10:00AM
Chef John BeshNew Orleans chef John Besh is no stranger to cooking on TV, but his new TLC show 'Inedible to Incredible' (premieres June 21 at 10PM ET) is nothing like what we've seen him do before.

Take away the hyper-focused battles of 'Next Iron Chef' and the off-the-wall twists of 'Top Chef Masters' and you get something that's just about cooking. Sort of like the 'What Not to Wear' of food, Besh's new show teaches Americans how to reinvent their cooking skills and revamp their relationships with food.

I talked to the enthusiastic chef to get his take on the new show, what he thinks the most common problem is for frustrated home cooks and his very candid feelings about those other shows you might've seen him on.

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The Show Girl Talks Summer TV with 'Cake Boss,' Chef John Besh & 'One Big Happy Family' (VIDEO)

by Maggie Furlong, posted May 28th 2010 9:00AM
Buddy Valastro, 'Cake Boss'Summer is here! Well, at least summer TV is. TLC has a whole new batch of shows, as well as some returning favorites, like 'Cake Boss.' And who better to give me the scoop on season 3 than Buddy Valastro himself: "It's gonna be hot!"

I also chat with chef John Besh, of 'Next Iron Chef' and 'Top Chef Masters' fame. He's bringing a makeover twist to the traditional cooking show with 'Inedible to Incredible,' where he'll teach home cooks-in-need how to be more comfortable and confident in the kitchen. Then I catch up with 'One Big Happy Family''s Amber Coles who has lost some weight since season 1 and is growing up fast.

Want more? E-mail me TV questions at TheTVShowGirl@aol.com and I'll try to get you answers on the show. -- By Maggie Furlong

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Top Chef Masters: Magic Chefs - open thread

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 9th 2009 8:03AM
eggsYou have to love a reality cooking show that makes the contestants cook an egg with one hand tied behind their backs (and has Neil Patrick Harris and magician Max Maven as special guests), but I'm beginning to get bored with Top Chef Masters.

I love cooking competition shows, but the fact that these people are professionals and don't seem to get quite as upset as other Top Chef contestants (and there doesn't seem to be as much at stake) stands out a lot and makes the show a lesser version of the franchise. I mean, I like the lighter tone and the professionalism, but the original is better.

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