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A look at episode 4 of Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition (image: Food Network).

Worst Cooks in America Season 19 Review: Remote-Controlled Perviness

This week on Food Network's Worst Cooks in America, Remote-Control Chef had me screaming with comedic anecdotes and horror The celebrity recruits take on the role of puppet master and deconstruct what appears to be a crime scene, perform an autopsy while controlling judges Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence; add a little "Rated R" action[...]

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Good Eats: Reloaded Season 2 Review: Pounding Our Meat with Pride

With this week's episode of Good Eats: Reloaded on Cooking Channel, Alton Brown revisits a 2004 episode and guides us on how to pound it out though plastic wrap and water. To think: my meat tenderize can be used for cooking instead of nailing things around my house. I do agree the flat edge definitely […]

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Good Eats: Reloaded Review: Alton Brown Makes Gluten-Free Hearts Happy

This week, Alton Brown and Good Eats: Reloaded revisited the 2001 episode about oats and he instantly had my attention. Why do you ask? Oatmeal is my #1 go-to for breakfast, it's easy to make, happens to be gluten-free (my obligatory diet of choice) and you can essentially add whatever you want to it to […]

The cast of Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition, courtesy of Food Network.

Worst Cooks in America Season 19 Episode 3 Finds Our Teams Floundering

In this week's episode of Food Network's Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition, our celebrity recruits get their hands dirty literally by learning how to slice and dice a fish or rather "finessing the butchering" Most just went "serial killer" on the poor fish Getting their snorkeling gear on, some embraced the fish tank and[...]

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Worst Cooks in America Season 19 Review: Meals Best Put Out to Pasture

This week the celebrity recruits’ pallets get tested in a very unique way when judges Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence teach them that riding is hard on Food Network's Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition How does that tie into cooking you ask? The cooks in training must bounce around with a blow-up horse between[...]

Bill Murray is set to take on Guy Fieri this Friday, courtesy of Food Network Facebook.

Guy Fieri and Bill Murray Go Mano a Mano for All the Nachos

But it was his upcoming nacho-building competition against "The Mayor of Flavortown" himself Guy Fieri that spiked out attention, and it was that very same competition that took place on Friday, May 15.[caption id="attachment_1206627" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Bill Murray is set to take on Guy Fieri this Friday, courtesy of Food Network Facebook.[/caption]To get everyone caught[...]

Bill Murray is set to take on Guy Fieri this Friday, courtesy of Food Network Facebook.

Bill Murray Talks Beating Michael Jordan, Guy Fieri's Nachos and More

With Bill Murray set to take on Guy Fieri in the ultimate of ultimate nacho-building this Friday for a Food Network Facebook Live event (more on that in a minute), you'd think the actor and beloved "national uncle" would be hard at work making sure he has the perfect toppings-to-nachos ratio Don't act like you[...]

Victory is theirs on Worst Cooks in America season 19, courtesy of Food Network.

Worst Cooks in America Season 19 Review: Famous People, Infamous Food

Welcome to the inferno that is the celebrity edition of Food Network's Worst Cooks in America Judges Anne Burrell and Tyler Florence are back to whip in to shape seven celebrity wannabee cooks, and they are horrific, granted they seemed to have been drinking the entire first episode The seven new recruits are Wells Adams[...]

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Good Eats: Reloaded A Cake on Every Plate: Slice of Alton Brown Genius

A famous cake, a mysterious death, and a list of ingredients: welcome to this week's episode of Cooking Channel's Good Eats: Reloaded. In the edited version of episode 83 ("A Cake on Every Plate"), Alton Brown deciphers the mystery of what actually goes inside the delightful and "easy to make" yellow golden cake. Now if […]

Alton Brown looks back on his television past for Good Eats: Reloaded, courtesy on Cooking Channel.

Good Eats: Reloaded Review: Alton Brown Raises The Stakes On Steaks

In this week's episode of Cooking Channel's Good Eats: Reloaded, Alton Brown is back to recap a 2003 episode all about "The Chow of the Rich & Famous." He educates us on how we the average folk can cook up a sirloin on a budget. In typical Brown fashion, the tutorial includes a 14-step journey […]

Alton Brown takes us inside his brain on Good Eats: Reloaded, courtesy of Cooking Channel.

Good Eats: Reloaded Review: Alton Brown, Coffee Prove Unbeatable Combo

This week, Alton Brown is back with another episode of Cooking Channel's Good Eats: Reloaded to recap on his first truly caffeinated episode. Coffee, Coffee, and more Coffee. Ok he definitely has my vote, and I'm only 5 minutes into the episode. I must disclose for full transparency I'm two episodes into the season and […]

Alton Brown proves cooking can be a full-contact sport on Good Eats: Reloaded, courtesy of Cooking Channel.

Good Eats: Reloaded Season 2 Episode 5 Review: An Egg-cellent Return

If you’re not too familiar with the original series' history, Good Eats premiered in 1999 on Food Network, as a young Brown explored the techniques and science behind food and cooking Through fun camera angles and hilarious commentary, he demonstrated the "how to’s" of cooking simple meals and the pros and cons of everyday cookware.[caption[...]

Alton Brown behind the scenes of Good Eats: Reloaded, courtesy of Cooking Channel.

Good Eats: Reloaded Offers Two Scoops of BTS Alton Brown Goodness

If you've been following Bleeding Cool's resident food competition show critic Margo Staten's review of Alton Brown's turn as "anti-mentor" on Worst Cooks in America, then you know food's ultimate academician ran a gamut of emotions over the course of the competition. Well, to be fair? Brown pretty much ran the competitors through the emotional […]

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Tournament of Champions Season 1 Episode 5 Champion Is Crowned Review

A very exciting finale of Food Network's Tournament of Champions, where the randomizer proved a brutal punisher by pairing some truly unconventional items together The competition started with ten men and six women, and the best-of-the-best remained to go head-to-head For the West Coast, we had Brooke Williamson vs Antonia Lofaso; and for the East[...]

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"Tournament of Champions" Cooks Up 3 Servings of "Girl Power" [REVIEW]

Let’s give it up to the ladies on this week's edition of Food Network's Tournament of Champions, as they wiped their mixing bowls clean with the other contestants So maybe I’m being a little "girl power" subjective here The star chefs really stepped it up this week and showed the "new kids on the block"[...]

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"Tournament of Champions": Fun, Food-Flowin' Final 8 Reveal [REVIEW]

This week on Food Network's Tournament of Champions, the underdogs continue to kick some serious butt.  Clearly just because they don’t have as many wins under their belt doesn’t mean they are not rockstars in the kitchen With the exception of my pick to win the entire competition Antonia Laofaso the newer chefs are scoring[...]

Alton Brown, Hand Washing & The "Cuthtroat Kitchen" Host's Dark Side His Fans Don't Want You to See [VIDEO]

Alton Brown, Hand Washing & The "Cutthroat Kitchen" Host's Dark Side His Fans Don't Want You to See [VIDEO]

One of those? Food Network's Alton Brown, the network's "food professor," genius behind Good Eats, and ringmaster on Cutthroat Kitchen.[caption id="attachment_1181220" align="aligncenter" width="725"] Alton Brown[/caption]So it only makes sense that the man who can turn toasting bread into a twisted adventure would offer his two cents on the hand-scrubbing trend - so here it is!Except..[...]