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firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was an evening of champagne and tissues at Jan Warner’s Hagerstown home. As the mother of Hagerstown native Justin Warner, who has been competing in “The Next Food Network Star,” Sunday evening could have gone either way as she...
The Baltimore SunWelcome to the third episode of "Food Network Star." Roll call! Absent: Giada De Laurentiis, who was off taping in New York City; the focus group, and the sinister dials the use to deliver real-time impressions on (but not mild electric shocks to)...
"Food Network Star" fans, take note: You can disrespect the audience, but not an Iron Chef. Danushka appeared before a live audience last week -- they were stand-ins, of course, for the viewers at home who would theoretically watch the "Food Network...
The Baltimore SunThe Burger Bash episode clarified some story lines and character arcs. Two contestants retained their exalted status but the wheel of fortune was otherwise in overdrive, raising the downtrodden to dizzying heights and plummeting early favorites to...
"Food Network Star" fans know: The message is everything. (Actually, the food is everything. But you can't sell the food without a message, right?) Now, I'm not saying that Andres was going to win this thing. But, say you are a big-wig TV executive, and...
The Baltimore SunThe ninth cycle kicked off with a premiere episode that was mostly as bland as some of the potatoes the contestants whipped up for the Star Challenge. Still, a front-runner emerged, as did a potential villainess. And three contestants were, very...
"Food Network Star" is now settling into middle age: So many seasons in, and it's hard to keep finding ways to make it new, fresh and unexpected -- and to keep competitors on their toes. But there's one sure fire way to do so: Just turn up the heat....
Florida Hospital's Gourmet Soiree: Dining to a Healthy 100! gets cooking at 5:30 p.m. May 19 at Orlando's Rosen Shingle Creek resort. Chef Robert Irvine, host of Food Network's "Restaurant: Impossible," will be on hand, challenging guests who will don...
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 31 - April 5, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Doctor Who The Doctor (Matt...
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It's been quite a year in local dining: Chefs nominated for prestigious awards, shout-outs on the Food Network, a gut-busting burger boom and an increase in French bakeries. Along the way, we said goodbye to landmarks such as Brandywines in Winter Park...
Here come the Kardashians, Jenny McCarthy hosting autism benefit at Rockit, The Fray dines at NellcoteKim Kardashian’s last public appearance in the Chicago area — a highly anticipated promotional appearance at the Michael Hill Jeweller store in Water Tower Place mall in 2010 — started two hours late and lasted only 20 minutes. Will...
Show TrackerA recap of this week's "Food Network Star" challenge....
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