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People.com: Top Chef's Angelo Sosa to Cook a Fall-Inspired Menuupdated: Fri Oct 07 2011 14:51:00

The Top Chef runner-up is preparing a season tasting menu in Milbrook, N.Y.

Obsessions: Getting our fill of food TVupdated: Fri May 06 2011 15:46:00

Food has been a part of our TV lineup even before Julia Child's classic show "The French Chef" took off in 1963, but since then, it's become an increasingly inescapable mainstay.

People.com: Top Chef All-Stars Winner Revealed!updated: Thu Mar 31 2011 13:29:00

After a grueling season, Richard Blais and Mike Isabella square off in a final challenge in the Bahamas

People.com: Top Chef's Final Two - Revealed!updated: Thu Mar 24 2011 14:10:00

After a heated challenge, only two chefs will be cooking in the final episode

People.com: Top Chef Finalists Revealed!updated: Thu Mar 03 2011 18:39:00

With five chefs left standing, the judges face their toughest decision yet

Wedding industry gears up for royalsupdated: Mon Feb 21 2011 07:16:00

CNN visits the annual National Wedding Show in London and finds the wedding industry is abuzz with the royal nuptials.

People.com: Top Chef's Richard Blais Welcomes a New Daughterupdated: Mon Feb 07 2011 08:48:00

Embry Lotus Blais is the second girl for the Bravo star and his wife Jazmin

People.com: Top Chef Recap: Two Chefs Get the Hook!updated: Thu Jan 13 2011 11:11:00

The chefs must go fishing for their food this week - then serve guests on the beach

People.com: Top Chef Recap: Which Chef Wasn't Up to Speed?updated: Thu Jan 06 2011 11:34:00

Tom Colicchio joins the chefs in the kitchen for a super speedy challenge

17 celebrity chefs' 2011 resolutionsupdated: Fri Dec 31 2010 13:12:00

Whatever your food resolutions, look to these culinary all-stars for inspiration.

People.com: Top Chef Recap: Time to Make an Impressionupdated: Thu Dec 16 2010 15:50:00

After several weeks of competition it was time for the remaining chefs to really make an impression. And on Wednesday night's Top Chef: All-Stars, they did that - literally.

People.com: Top Chef: All-Stars: Which Chefs Are You Rooting For?updated: Thu Dec 02 2010 18:09:00

With 18 contestants attempting to cook their way to victory, the competition is already piping hot

People.com: Who Won Top Chef: Just Desserts?updated: Thu Nov 18 2010 11:36:00

Find out if Yigit, Morgan or Danielle tasted sweet success as the show's first winner

People.com: Top Chef: Just Desserts Shocker: Two Chefs Quit the Competition!updated: Thu Oct 07 2010 12:47:00

Find out which pastry chefs decided they couldn't cut it and quit on Wednesday night

People.com: Top Chef: Just Desserts Contestant Suffers Meltdown over Melted Ice Creamupdated: Thu Sep 23 2010 15:53:00

Cue the tears! Pastry chef Seth Caro loses it on the show's second challenge

People.com: First Top Chef Winner Harold Dieterle Marries Fellow Foodieupdated: Mon Sep 06 2010 09:49:00

The season one victor ties the knot with his longtime girlfriend, Meredith Lynn Davies, in downtown Atlanta

People.com: How Top Chef Beat Amazing Race for the Emmyupdated: Tue Aug 31 2010 15:29:00

Padma Lakshmi told Phil Keoghan, "We're taking you down this year!" - and they did

People.com: Top Chef's Harold Dieterle Is Getting Marriedupdated: Sat Aug 28 2010 10:47:00

The 2006 champion will marry his longtime girlfriend, Meredith Lynn Davies, in September

CNNMoney: When the benefits run out - and still no jobupdated: Sat Jul 17 2010 14:57:00

Two years on the unemployment line is devastating. You deplete your savings. You borrow from your family. You feel that your life is slipping out of your control.

People.com: Masaharu Morimoto Recovers from Surgery on Broken Wristupdated: Mon Jun 28 2010 10:48:00

"My wrist is very important to me - it's my world, my job, my life," the Iron Chef tells PEOPLE

Former TV chef accused in murder-for-hire plotupdated: Sat May 15 2010 15:08:00

Juan-Carlos Cruz, the former host of Food Network's "Calorie Commando" is accused of plotting to hire homeless people to carry out a murder, California police said Friday night.

Celebrity chef's road tripupdated: Wed May 05 2010 14:32:00

'Top Chef' judge Tom Colicchio dishes out on this season's top contestants and shares pictures from his trip up the east coast.

People.com: Oprah's Beloved 'Chef Art' Is Engagedupdated: Thu Apr 08 2010 14:12:00

Art Smith and painter Jesus R. Salguerio will wed in the fall in Washington, D.C.

iReporters dish out their bestupdated: Fri Mar 12 2010 13:32:00

Meet CNN iReporters who are passionate about sharing their culinary skills online.

Online chefs serve up cooking advice, expertiseupdated: Fri Mar 12 2010 13:32:00

As the Disney film "Ratatouille" taught us, anyone can cook. Thanks to the Internet, anyone can have a cooking show, too.

Reality TV is entrepreneurs' friendupdated: Tue Mar 09 2010 10:47:00

A giddy fan of the TV reality show "Top Chef" greets Kevin Gillespie as they pose for a picture, "You should have definitely come in first!"

People.com: Padma Lakshmi Drops Hints About Baby's Nameupdated: Fri Jan 15 2010 08:47:00

The Top Chef host will make a traditional choice for her first child, due this spring

'Iron Chef' goes to Washingtonupdated: Thu Nov 05 2009 16:19:00

The first lady of the United States has opened up the White House to the Food Network in an episode of "Iron Chef America" that will air in January.

People.com: Cameron Diaz Plays Iron Chef for Costarsupdated: Fri Jun 26 2009 12:40:00

The young actors in My Sister's Keeper benefited from her kitchen prowess

People.com: Food Fight Between Giada De Laurentiis and Rachael Ray?updated: Thu May 21 2009 16:18:00

"Are we best friends? No," though they're friendly, says De Laurentiis

SI.com: Tim Layden: Reduced coverage does little but reduce interest in Derbyupdated: Fri May 01 2009 13:03:00

LOUISVILLE -- They feel neglected. The trainers, the owners, the jockeys. The players in Saturday's 135th running of the Kentucky Derby are part of one of the great sports spectacles in America, and yet this year the stage feels a little smaller. The spotlight leading to the race feels a little dimmer.

Rachael Ray can help youupdated: Tue Mar 10 2009 02:14:00

TV host Rachael Ray has shopping tips to survive today's economy. See the rest of the interview on tonight's Larry King Live.

Rachael Ray: Great food doesn't cost a fortuneupdated: Tue Mar 10 2009 02:14:00

On Monday's night edition of "Larry King Live," guest host Ali Velshi talked with TV cooking host Rachael Ray.

People.com: Rachael Ray Talks About Her Upcoming Surgeryupdated: Wed Nov 26 2008 09:06:00

The TV chef plans a "very quiet" Christmas to follow a procedure on her vocal cord

People.com: Giada de Laurentiis: Baby Needs Teethupdated: Tue Oct 14 2008 10:20:00

"She's missing teeth and hair. I'm hoping for both in the near future," says the mom

People.com: Rachael Ray Denies Having Throat Cancer Scareupdated: Sat Oct 04 2008 19:57:00

The TV chef is having "very minor surgery" for a benign cyst on her vocal cord, says her rep

People.com: Kelly Ripa: Emeril Lagasse Made Me a Better Cookupdated: Thu Sep 25 2008 09:56:00

The Live with Regis and Kelly host shares tips on food and fitness

People.com: Chef Jamie Oliver to Be Dad - Againupdated: Tue Sep 23 2008 20:29:00

The Naked Chef star and his wife, Jools, are expecting their third child in April

Thai ruling party nominates Samak for PMupdated: Thu Sep 11 2008 03:52:00

Thailand's ruling party nominated Samak Sundaravej to return as prime minister Thursday, two days after a court stripped him of the post.

Thailand's political crisisupdated: Mon Sep 08 2008 06:20:00

Thailand agrees to a referendum breaking a deadlock, as the prime minister vows to stay on. CNN's Hugh Riminton reports.

SI.com: Richard Deitsch: Q&A with Chef Mario Bataliupdated: Wed Jul 02 2008 18:12:00

If you've ever walked among the RVs and tents during a Nextel Cup weekend, you've likely encountered makeshift barbeque pits and spreads that would give any Iron Chef a run for his skillet.

People.com: Ellen DeGeneres, Tyra Banks Win Daytime Emmysupdated: Sat Jun 21 2008 17:37:00

But Rachael Ray trumps Ellen to be named best talk show

Time.com: I'll Have That Typeface on the Menuupdated: Thu Jun 12 2008 16:00:00

A new study suggests that ultra-fancy and hard-to-read type convinces diners that the dishes are worth the high prices

People.com: Giada De Laurentiis Shares Baby's First Smileupdated: Tue Jun 03 2008 11:14:00

"It's so great to get something in return," the new mom tells PEOPLE

Fortune: Tommy Lee saves the planet!updated: Thu May 15 2008 10:29:00

Until recently, celebrity rocker Tommy Lee didn't worry about the environment. He was too busy being one of his industry's foremost rude boys. Now the Motley Crue drummer thinks it's "really cool" to evangelize about how the earth is in trouble.

People.com: Giada De Laurentiis Welcomes a Baby Girlupdated: Mon Mar 31 2008 15:14:00

It's the Food Network and Today show contributor's first child

Fortune: What will Zell sell?updated: Fri Mar 28 2008 10:02:00

While speculation continues to swirl about the possible sale of Newsday to the likes of Rupert Murdoch or Mort Zuckerman, the Long Island newspaper's owner, real estate magnate Sam Zell, won't confirm whether the estimated $600 million asset is actually for sale. Some analysts, in fact, believe it doesn't make sense for Zell to sell.

People.com: Pregnant Giada De Laurentiis Discovers New Cravingsupdated: Tue Feb 26 2008 13:42:00

Celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis has a new menu to plan: her own.

Fortune: Britain catches the foodie bugupdated: Wed Feb 13 2008 09:38:00

Walk into a London supermarket, read the label on a bag of Walker's crisps - that's what the British call potato chips - and you will learn that 75 grams of carbon dioxide were emitted when making the 34.5-gram package. What does that mean? I have no idea. Nor do most Brits.

FSB: Iron Chef Symon gets back to businessupdated: Tue Feb 12 2008 23:44:00

Since claiming the coveted Iron Chef title in November, Michael Symon, chef-owner of Lola and Lolita in Cleveland, has had a jam-packed schedule full of travel and press interviews. But now, Symon says that things have "leveled off a little bit," and he's getting back to business as usual, planning for the year ahead and exploring new business opportunities.

Renegade lunch lady saving kids' lives, one plate at a time updated: Wed Jan 09 2008 10:42:00

Ann Cooper is on a one-woman whirlwind campaign to change the way kids eat in schools. "We're killing our kids with food," she says.

People.com: Giada De Laurentiis: Will My Baby Know How to Cook?updated: Sat Dec 29 2007 13:43:00

Food Network chef and Today show regular – and expectant mom – Giada De Laurentiis isn't expecting her baby to be the Next Iron Chef.

People.com: Rachael Ray: 'I Sat Alone' in the Cafeteriaupdated: Fri Dec 07 2007 13:43:00

Rachael Ray welcomes the world into her kitchen every day. But finding eating companions wasn't always so easy. For years, she says, she was a lunchtime pariah.

FSB: Michael Symon back in actionupdated: Thu Dec 06 2007 13:13:00

Last time we heard from Michael Symon, chef-owner of Lola and Lolita in Cleveland, he had just battled some of the nation's best chefs on the Food Network's Next Iron Chef to earn the esteemed title of Iron Chef. Joining the four other Iron Chefs -- Mario Batali, Cat Cora, Bobby Flay, and Masaharu Morimoto -- means he will test his skill, speed, and creativity against cunning culinary challengers in Iron Chef America's Kitchen Stadium on a rotating basis.

Tokyo crowned gourmet food capitalupdated: Fri Nov 30 2007 11:14:00

Michelin guide rates Tokyo the world's top city for gourmet food. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.

People.com: Rachael Ray: I 'Desperately' Love My Husbandupdated: Fri Nov 16 2007 15:42:00

Video courtesy The Rachael Ray Show. Rachael Ray briefly got as hot under the collar as her oven Friday, when she said tabloid reports about her marriage "are really killing me."

People.com: Rachael Ray Hits Back at Rocky Marriage Rumorsupdated: Fri Nov 16 2007 09:43:00

Rachael Ray is hitting back at tabloid rumors that her marriage is on the rocks.

FSB: Michael Symon: Iron Chef!updated: Mon Nov 12 2007 11:05:00

And the next Iron Chef is ... Michael Symon! The mission for last night's grand finale of The Next Iron Chef: "Attain Greatness."

FSB: Choosing the next Iron Chef: Episode 5updated: Tue Nov 06 2007 08:31:00

Michael Symon, chef/owner of Cleveland's acclaimed Lola and Lolita restaurants, is currently competing with some of the country's finest grub slingers on the Food Network's The Next Iron Chef. The show pits professional chefs in a weekly cook-off based on a unique challenge announced at the beginning of each episode. The winner will join star chefs Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, and Cat Cora as a regular contestant on Iron Chef America, also on the Food Network, a subsidiary of EW Scripps Co. For the next few weeks (until he either wins the competition or gets eliminated) Chef Symon will report on his contest experiences for FSB.

FSB: Choosing the next Iron Chef: Episode 4updated: Tue Oct 30 2007 09:53:00

Michael Symon, chef/owner of Cleveland's acclaimed Lola and Lolita restaurants, is currently competing with some of the country's finest grub slingers on the Food Network's The Next Iron Chef. The show pits professional chefs in a weekly cook-off based on a unique challenge announced at the beginning of each episode. The winner will join star chefs Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, and Cat Cora as a regular contestant on Iron Chef America, also on the Food Network, a subsidiary of EW Scripps Co. For the next few weeks (until he either wins the competition or gets eliminated) Chef Symon will report on his contest experiences for FSB.

FSB: Choosing the next Iron Chef: Episode 3updated: Tue Oct 23 2007 11:49:00

Michael Symon, chef/owner of Cleveland's acclaimed Lola and Lolita restaurants, is currently competing with some of the country's finest grub slingers on the Food Network's The Next Iron Chef. The show pits professional chefs in a weekly cook-off based on a unique challenge announced at the beginning of each episode. The winner will join star chefs Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, and Cat Cora as a regular contestant on Iron Chef America, also on the Food Network, a subsidiary of EW Scripps Co. For the next few weeks (until he either wins the competition or gets eliminated) Chef Symon will report on his contest experiences for FSB.

FSB: Choosing the next Iron Chef: Episodes 1 & 2updated: Mon Oct 22 2007 10:20:00

Chef Michael Symon, chef/owner of Cleveland's acclaimed Lola and Lolita restaurants, is currently competing with some of the best chefs in the country on the Food Network's The Next Iron Chef. The show pits professional chefs in a weekly cook-off based on a unique challenge announced at the beginning of each episode. The winner will join star chefs Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, and Cat Cora as a regular contestant on Iron Chef America. For the next few weeks (until he either wins the competition or gets eliminated) Chef Symon will report on his contest experiences for FSB.

Cobra heart, seal eyeballs part of TV host's menuupdated: Wed Aug 22 2007 03:12:00

Anthony Bourdain suffered quietly as he dined on wart hog -- encrusted with sand, fur and fecal bacteria -- in the African country of Namibia.

People.com: Rachael Ray Cooking Up Hamptons House Dealupdated: Sat Aug 18 2007 17:04:00

Rachael Ray has a real-estate deal cooking in the Hamptons.

Time.com: Food on the Internet: Tastes Like Chickenupdated: Fri Aug 17 2007 11:00:00

There's a lot of talk these days about healthy food, but it's not always what we're looking for on the Internet

Business 2.0: One–Man Brandsupdated: Sun Jul 01 2007 00:00:00

Six years ago, you probably didn't know Rachael Ray from Ray Liotta, Billy Ray Cyrus, or a manta ray. But unless you've been swimming with the manta rays ever since, you know who she is now. So how, in less time than it takes most of us to change our hairstyles, did she go from buyer at a gourmet grocery in upstate New York to nationally known TV star, magazine editor, and purveyor of kitchen tools? By marketing herself and her ideas as shrewdly as any multibillion-dollar corporation pitching its latest widget. On the following pages, Ray and four other name-brand entrepreneurs share the secrets they used to build their eponymous empires. Even if you don't aspire to have your name stamped on anodized cookware, you'll learn valuable lessons about selling your most valuable asset: yourself.

CNNMoney: A $100,000 lunch, minus the foodupdated: Tue May 01 2007 09:25:00

I expected one of the world's most expensive meals to start with a few sublime cocktails and some mind-blowing appetizers prepared in exquisite style by celebrity chef Mario Batali.

Today's Buzz storiesupdated: Fri Apr 06 2007 15:08:00

Tori Spelling, who recently gave birth to her first child, says she began reconciling with her mother, Candy, in the last weeks of her pregnancy.

TV chef's double helping of awardsupdated: Mon May 08 2006 05:53:00

TV chef Jamie Oliver's crusade to improve school meals brought him a double helping of honors at Britain's BAFTA television awards.

CNNMoney: The Iron Chef stockupdated: Wed Mar 29 2006 09:12:00

Bam! Allez Cuisine! EVOO.

Stealing the sceneupdated: Wed Mar 15 2006 14:21:00

Maureen Stapleton died Monday, eulogized as an Oscar winner and a fine actress. But even though she was known, she wasn't so easily remembered.

CNNMoney: Best flight food: Filet with your nuts?updated: Thu Sep 15 2005 15:47:00

Is it money well spent? Even as the airline industry has spiraled into financial duress, carriers have partnered with celebrity chefs, sommeliers and gourmet food producers to create an in-flight food and wine experience that rivals top restaurants.

Food Network's fresh dishupdated: Fri Jul 29 2005 09:53:00

In his prime-time cooking debut, Dave Lieberman put the finishing touches to his centerpiece -- roasted salmon wrapped in romaine leaves and seasoned with Italian dressing -- and brought it to the table.

Sinful tastes, healthy eating updated: Thu May 26 2005 07:05:00

With the low-carb craze mercifully nearing its end and balanced eating returning to the spotlight, home cooks everywhere can take joy in a slew of new cookbooks that prove delectably sinful eating can be healthy, too.

A chef with a rock-star attitudeupdated: Sun Dec 05 2004 17:52:00

Anthony Bourdain never intended to become a cook. In fact, he considered the possibility ridiculous.

showbuzzupdated: Wed Oct 27 2004 15:00:00

Readers of a British magazine have rated President Bush the year's top screen villain, for his appearance in Michael Moore's documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11."

showbuzzupdated: Thu Sep 30 2004 13:42:00

Who's the kingpin, Al Franken or Bill O'Reilly? If Franken had his way, the answer would be decided with a bowling ball.

Malaysian Celebrity Chef, Chef Wan's TalkAsia Interview Transcriptupdated: Thu Aug 26 2004 01:30:00

Airdate: August 21st, 2004.

Banish the bikini, bring on the grillupdated: Thu May 27 2004 12:33:00

As summer approaches, bikini wearers near and far (not to mention those guys with washboard abs) are chomping on carrot sticks and celery stalks, neglecting the finer delicacies of the summer season -- all in a last-ditch effort to squeeze into their barely-there "swimming" gear.

FSB: Listening to My Business Why I decided to kiss off pessimism and embrace the recovery.updated: Sat May 01 2004 00:01:00

Anyone who knows me accepts that consistency is not one of my attributes. Now, dear readers, you too can join that club. Just a few months back in this column--last October, if you must know--I dub...

Hot French chefs dish out in Chinaupdated: Tue Jan 13 2004 23:15:00

Food fans in Southern China are being lured to restaurants run by two of the finest French chefs in the world, as the Francophile cuisine takes off in this part of the world.

FSB: Read Before Preheating A new cookbook that's part kitchen owner's manualupdated: Sat Feb 01 2003 00:01:00

You probably can't tell the difference between imitation vanilla extract and the real thing. Cheesecake will almost always crack at 160 degrees, so use a thermometer and take it out once it hits 15...

Fortune: Management Tips From the Kitchenupdated: Mon Oct 14 2002 00:01:00

While cooked books are landing executives in hot water, the business of cooking is hotter--and more lucrative--than ever. That's because in addition to their kitchen duties, top chefs are spending ...

FSB: Accidental Entrepreneur For this celebrity chef, cooking has always been a passion. But along the way, being updated: Sat Dec 01 2001 00:01:00

Celebrity chef Todd English remembers the moment he morphed from a person into a brand. It happened a few years ago during a meeting with some marketing guys. "They started talking about Todd Engli...

Fortune: Selling Cooking to Non-Cooks ON THE FOOD NETWORK: LUST, WEIRDOS, SATURATED FATupdated: Mon Jul 06 1998 00:01:00

Just two years ago the Food Network was a flop. Ratings were so low they were almost undetectable. During one ten-month stretch, there were three different owners and three different CEOs. One form...

Fortune: LOVE TO COOK, WILL TRAVELupdated: Mon Dec 13 1993 00:01:00

Time was, vacations were an escape from the kitchen stove. But a growing travel trend -- so-called culinary getaways -- finds more people trotting the globe in search of special cooking programs of...

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