Friday Feb 21
Local restaurants to be featured on Emeril's Cooking Channel show
Thanks to superstar chef Emeril Lagasse, some restaurants in Brevard and Indian River counties will get some national exposure.
What Emeril needs is a good scandal
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How Food Network changed our culinary landscape
Julia Child sipped boeuf bourguignon from a spoon on "The French Chef" in 1963. It was groundbreaking TV at the time, the first of decades of popular "stand-and-stir" cooking television.
Emeril Lagasse reflects on his New Orleans restaurants, his career and his future
'...when I opened Emeril's on Tchoupitoulas Street, my goal was to just open a great restaurant for New Orleanians.'
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(Cabbage) Heads Will Roll: How To Make A Food Network 'From Scratch'
Allen Salkin is an investigative journalist who's hosted a video series for AOL's Slashfood blog and written for The New York Times .