Tag: Rachael Ray

  • Q&A: Master Chef Contestant Suzy Singh on Being An Asian-American Female Chef, Part 1

    Suzy Singh has an unlikely culinary background. The Punjabi-Sikh chef was a neural engineer before she traded her lab coat for a chef’s apron and enrolled in Le Cordon Bleu, Chicago. Before she completed her studies, Fox TV’s Master Chef picked her up for its second season. Shortly after the national exposure, Singh opened up […]

  • Rachael Ray Launches Food Truck for Dogs

    New York City’s four-legged foodies will have a new place to dine next week as Rachael Ray launches a food truck — for dogs. The three-day dog-food-truck tour will launch next Thursday, October 18, in Columbus Circle and will serve New York City pooches a menu of dishes from Rachael’s new wet-dog-food line, including “Chicken […]

  • Tom Colicchio Spoils Top Chef Results on Twitter; Tyler Florence Cooks for Obama

    Tom Colicchio spoiled the episode of Top Chef Masters immediately as the episode ended on the East Coast, forgetting that Pacific Standard Time viewers had yet to see it. According to zap2it.com, Colicchio tweeted “Congratulations to my friends Kerry Heffernan and Chris Cosentino for making it to the finale of Top Chef Masters” at 10:59 […]

  • Rachael Ray, Guy Fieri to Compete in New Show; The Bean Gets Booze

    Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri will star in “Celebrity Cook-Off,” a new Food Network program that pairs B-list stars with the top chefs. The contestants, assigned to Team Ray or Team Fieri, will then compete in predictable foodie battles, such as running a New York food truck. Among the culinary visionaries featured: Coolio and Cheech […]

  • Rachael Ray Mag Changes Hands; Cantaloupe Death Toll Hits 23

    A food-truck festival has been canceled in Boston this weekend due to the Occupy Boston protest downtown. [Boston Herald] A blogger for Politico went to 25 restaurants frequented by Michelle Obama to “have what she’s having” and discovered the first lady likes vegetables and dirty martinis. [AFP] A new study suggests that pregnant women who […]

  • Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo

    A recent daytime television slog included Rachael Ray sitting on stools with a radiant Pat Benatar. Benatar could have appeared on her legacy singles alone; “Heartbreaker,” “Hit Me With Your Best Shot,” and “Love Is a Battlefield” all hit the Top 30. But while Benatar courted nostalgia–Neil Giraldo showed for a tender take on “We […]

  • Now Hiring: Pinkberry, Red Mango, Dave Martin, and Fort Greene Finally Goes Gourmet

    Pinkberry is hiring on Saint Marks. In related news, Red Mango is hiring in Flushing and in Times Square. A Korean restaurant is coming to the East Village (they’re aiming to open at the end of January). First they need a general manager, a sous chef, and cooks. WD-50 needs a new pastry cook. Trestle […]

  • Food Network: Emeril Out, Batali Close Behind?

    The New York Times‘ article about the Food Network today was probably most remarkable for its totally incomprehensible photo illustration, which we would love to show you, but then they would get mad. So, just check it out, and then please let us know what is going on. Is the idea that people are throwing […]

  • Santa’s Top 10 Cookbooks

    No reliable scientific study has yet demonstrated that people who get cookbooks for Christmas actually cook anything with them. But think of all the other things cookbooks do for us. They brighten up a kitchen. They also keep us slender, since most recipes are best enjoyed by gazing at the color pictures, the same way […]

  • The F-Word

    How will Americans pick a president when they can’t even decide what’s for dinner? As Democratic candidates battle it out state by state, weight-loss gurus are waging war for readers months, even years, after their books were first released. According to Publisher’s Weekly, Dr. Arthur Agatston’s South Beach Diet is holding strong at No. 1 […]