Live to Cook with dust jacket, and without. Photo collage: Eat Me Daily.
"They didn't want recipes with things like pig's head and I didn't want a cookbook with my picture on the cover," Michael Symon told YumSugar about his book Live to Cook (Amazon). "In the end we compromised. My picture is on the cover [...]
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In case you didn't know that Michael Symon, author of Michael Symon's Live to Cook: Recipes and Techniques to Rock Your Kitchen (Amazon) appears on Iron Chef America, it says it right there on the front cover byline: "Michael Symon of Iron Chef America." For some people out there [...]
Coming November 3, 2009 is the Food Network's Cook or Be Cooked video game by Namco for the Nintendo Wii ($39.99, preorder at Amazon). Cook or Be Cooked appears to a more "professional" version of the Cooking Mama series of games, but it really couldn't go any lower than the trainwreck that was Iron Chef [...]
Autumn brings more than just falling leaves and the return of legitimate root vegetables: it's also when publishing houses drop their most ambitious cookbook offerings, hoping to tap into the spirit of cooking (and book-buying) that pervades the pre-holiday season.
And is this ever a good year for cookbooks: the next three months will see enough [...]
Last night the Food Network aired two episodes of the new show The Best Thing I Ever Ate (normally airing Tuesdays at 9:30pm) — and like whoa we're impressed. The premise: Each show is comprised of eight short segments of Food Network personalities talking about their favorite foods, with each show focusing on a [...]
In a recent episode of Dinner: Impossible, Michael Symon was tasked by Bon Appetit's editor-in-chief, Barbara Fairchild, to prepare hors d'oeuvres for a party with Bon Appetit staff and people from the James Beard Foundation. The snag was that the food would be prepped in the Bon Appetit kitchen, but the food would be finished [...]
After getting dumped from Food Network's Dinner: Impossible series in March following revelations that he'd "exaggerated" details of his resume, Robert Irvine is getting his show back, reports the AP.
His fabrications, according to the St Peterrburg Times, included: "He was a knight. He owned a castle in Scotland. He had cooked for presidents and royalty [...]