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  1. Billionaire Ken Griffin Is Back in Court Fighting Over His Pre-NupRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 2, 2014 | Vanity Fair

    Billionaire hedge-fund manager Kenneth Griffin and his wife, Anne Dias Griffin , returned to court on Monday to pick at the scabs on the couple's disagreement over their pre-nuptial agreement. Griffin, who amassed his fortune founding and running the hedge fund Citadel, filed for divorce in July 2014, and thus drilled a peephole into the guts of one of the most prominent hedge-fund marriages by disclosing the terms of the pre-nup.


  2. Dancing With The Stars 2015 Predictions: Who Will Be Voted Off DWTS...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Celebrity Dirty Laundry

    Dancing With The Stars 2015 Predictions: Who Will Be Voted Off DWTS Week 4 - Gary Busey, Paula Deen, or Andy Grammer? Who will be voted off Dancing With The Stars Season 21 in Week 4? Dancing With The Stars 2015 spoilers tease that on Monday October 5 another celeb contestant and their pro partner will be eliminated, based on the judges' scores and America's votes. Our DWTS predictions are pretty standard this week - there are some obvious celebs that will be voted off before we get down to the nitty gritty and it gets really exciting and unpredictable.


  3. Former Warehouse chef Matt Worswick in Great British Menu final tonightRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Southport Visiter

    ... Women's Institute at London's historic Draper's Hall, hosted by journalist and broadcaster Jenni Murray. Each day the chefs must cook one of their four courses again to impress not only the judges Matthew Fort, Oliver Peyton and Prue Leith, but also ...


  4. Meet Rachael Ray Oct. 28 In RidgewoodRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago |

    Food Network star will be interviewed at the Ridgewood YMCA. Admission includes an autographed copy of 'Everyone Is Italian On Sunday.'


  5. Rachael Ray Every Day Magazine Celebrates 10-Year AnniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | KXVO

    ... love of burgers with her Burger of the Month recipe, as well as 10 tribute burgers developed by celebrity chefs to honor the anniversary. All participating chefs with restaurants, including Iron Chef of B Spot Burgers, will be serving the burgers ...


  6. IBM's Watson Proves Robot Chefs Can Flub Chicken Just As Well As Home Cooks CanRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | San Francisco Magazine

    ... that Chef Watson isn't really a recipe Rolodex or an ingredient database. Instead, he's a cognitive tool that helps chefs be more creative. "As a chef, sometimes I get these ingredients and think, 'What the hell am I going to do with this?'" ...


  7. Paula Deen's 40-Pound Weight Loss Inspired Her to Join DWTS-But She Still Hates the Word "Diet"Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | E! Online

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  8. The 7 Best Lines From The Simpsons' Food Network SendupRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Grub Street

    On last night's episode of The Simpsons , Homer became a Springfield-famous barbecuer after he discovered the Hive, a "perfect smoker" made from a meteor. The neighborhood buzz over his delicious ribs naturally attracted "Chew Network" celebrity chef Scotty Boom - "the host of Side Dish: Impossible , Master Prison Chef , and Kill It, Chill It, Grill It , and someone who bears a strong resemblance to Bobby Flay.


  9. Chef Mario Batali makes the rounds in DetroitRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 7, 2014 |

    The chef, writer, restaurant owner and Food Network personality known for his orange Crocs was in the Motor City over the weekend, and he had plenty of good things to say about what he saw. Along with stops at Michael Symon's Roast and Our/Detroit Vodka distillery, Batali made a stop at the new Corktown spot, Gold Cash Gold.


  10. Get to Know the Kids Cook-Off WinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Food Network

    You've probably never seen an 11-year-old with better knife skills than Scarlett. Self-taught, this little culinarian was inspired by Food Network and the internet to get cooking because she just wasn't getting the kind of food she wanted at home.


  11. Padma Lakshmi showcases a hint of toned leg in a sheer slashed skirt in ParisRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Padma Lakshmi showcases a hint of toned leg in a sheer slashed skirt and racy thigh-high boots as she gets an art fix in Paris But Padma Lakshmi enjoyed an art fix on Sunday as she attended the Picasso Mania Exhibition at the city's Grand Palais. And in a change from her regular, elegant style, the 45-year-old chef instead opted for a grungy and racy twist on an otherwise conservative outfit.


  12. Watch this, skip that: 'I'll Have What Phil's Having'Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Wave

    Host Phil Rosenthal meets up with chef Nancy Silverton in Italy on tonight's episode of "I'll Have What Phil's Having." Host Phil Rosenthal meets up with chef Nancy Silverton in Italy on tonight's episode of "I'll Have What Phil's Having."


  13. The opening of Philly s new venue The Fillmore on Thursday, October 1, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 |

    We already have the Electric Factory. And the Tower Theater. And the Academy of Music.


  14. 'Parts Unknown' Marseille: Just the One-LinersRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Eater

    It takes a full 45 seconds of jazzy, drive-you-mad sonic pastiche for Anthony Bourdain and NYC chef Eric Ripert to quietly look into each others' eyes, pause, and share in the moment as Bourdain firmly declares: "I need a French coach." In the latest installment of CNN's travelogue Parts Unknown , Bourdain brings Ripert along as he visits France's second-oldest city, Marseille, an unlikely tourist spot that's considered "a victim of bad reputation, bad history."


  15. Louis Van Amstel on 'Dancing' with Paula DeenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    Fans of ABC's ' Dancing with the Stars ' are no doubt pleased as can be that pro Louis Van Amstel has returned. Louis hasn't been a competitor on 'DWTS' since season 15 when he was paired with Sabrina Bryan.


  16. Did a Chef Just Troll The Michelin Guide?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Eater

    Michelin is perhaps the world's most well-known dining guide, with anonymous restaurant inspectors bestowing stars on an elite class of restaurants. But for every Michelin-worthy meal there's bound to be a few duds.


  17. Singapore street food crazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Fox News

    But with celebrity chef endorsements, an array of complex flavors and plenty of spice, Singaporean cuisine is shaping up to be one of the next big things in food. Earlier this year, Anthony Bourdain announced that he would be teaming up with K.F. Seetoh, an expert in Singapore's dining scene, to open a 155,000 square feet food hall-- set to be the largest in New York City.


  18. Chris Hastings' new OvenBird restaurant takes flight; here's a look insideRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Alabama Live

    The Hastings family - Charles and his wife, Angelica, and their four kids, including Chris, the oldest - pitched their tents on the banks of the river that runs through North Carolina's primitive Linville Gorge Wilderness. Chris, who was maybe 10 years old at the time, grilled a rainbow trout he had just caught over a wood fire.


  19. World first as Scottish Wagyu salami, bresaola and prosciutto launchedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 3 | Sunday Herald

    ... will be around three times the price of supermarket charcuterie, and double that of most Scottish artisan ranges. For chefs, the per-kilo price will range from A 60 to A 220 a kilo. Plans are already underway for the world launch of pure Wagyu ...


  20. I'll Drink to That: Robert Bohr of Charlie BirdRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 3 | Vinography

    It's the BIG THREE HUNDRED for the I'll Drink to That! podcast, which has been going for over 3 years now. Lots of different notable producers, sommeliers, writers, and others have been on the show over the span it has been going, but Robert Bohr seems appropriate for this milestone because he ties so many of the other interviews together.