Recipe for disaster: Channel axes cel...

Recipe for disaster: Channel axes celebrity chef

There are 2 comments on the Mail & Guardian story from Mar 3, 2008, titled Recipe for disaster: Channel axes celebrity chef. In it, Mail & Guardian reports that:

For an American TV audience, he had all the credentials to be a successful celebrity chef.

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#1 Mar 3, 2008
I love that show and could care less if he embelished his resume! He was quite fun!
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#2 Aug 21, 2008
The new "Dinner Impossible" is good but it doesn't have the snap and kick that Robert Irvine gave to the show.

It doesn't matter a whit to me that Irvine wasn't completely honest about his accomplishments. He's very entertaining and lively and he obviously knows what he's doing.

I hope he's reconsidered for the job again.

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