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  1. Gordon Ramsay in court over A 640,000 rent because his father-in-law 'faked his signature'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Hampshire Chronicle

    Gordon Ramsay gave evidence in court today to avoid paying A 640,000-a-year rent for a pub, claiming his father-in-law faked his signature to authorise it. The celebrity chef told a High Court judge he reacted with "shock and horror" when he made the "devastating" discovery that his wife Tana's father used a ghost writer machine to "forge" his signature.

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  2. Mindlessly cook baller sea bass with a $200 smart frying panRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Engadget

    Are your mornings often ruined by the acrid smell of a blackened ham and cheese omelet? Do you long to sink your teeth into a succulent pan-seared ribeye, but aren't really sure what "pan-seared" even means? If you're thinking "heck yes," Pantelligent wants to educate you in the culinary arts with its smart frying pan. How so? All you have to do is pair the Bluetooth LE -powered pan with your iOS device and its cookbook-style app provides step-by-step instructions on masterfully preparing almost anything you'd slap on a griddle.

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  3. Rachael Ray Celebrates a Milestone With Her 1500th EpisodeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | ETonline

    Rachael Ray is celebrating her 1500th episode Monday and she gave ET's Nischelle Turner a sneak peak of the exciting episode to come! "When I started this show I said the main purpose for me was to show anybody -- all of our viewers -- that anybody could be a Rachael Ray," says the TV personality, chef and author. Eight years later, Rachael is still full of surprises.

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  4. Gordon Ramsay's father-in-law 'forged chef's signature on A 640,000 pub lease'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Mirror.co.uk

    Londond's High Court has been told Hutcheson used the electronic device - which reproduces a signature using a fountain pen or ballpoint - to set up the personal guarantee TV chef Gordon Ramsay has accused his father-in-law of using a "ghost" A autograph-writing machine to forge his name on a A 640,000-a-year gastropub lease. He told the High Court Chris Hutcheson used the electronic device - which reproduces a signature using a fountain pen or ballpoint - to set up the personal guarantee without his knowledge.

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  5. Bobby Flay to Appear on WNYW's 'Wining and Dining with Rosanna Scotto'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | TVSPY

    "Good Day New York" co-anchor Rosanna Scotto 's ongoing segment 'Wining and Dining with Rosanna Scotto' on FOX affiliate WNYW , gives viewers a VIP tour of some of the best restaurants in the city. This past February, Scotto spoke with celebrity chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten .

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  6. Gordon Ramsay in court over 640,000 rent because his father-in-law 'faked his signature'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Guardian-series.co.uk

    Gordon Ramsay gave evidence in court today to avoid paying A 640,000-a-year rent for a pub, claiming his father-in-law faked his signature to authorise it. The celebrity chef told a High Court judge he reacted with "shock and horror" when he made the "devastating" discovery that his wife Tana's father used a ghost writer machine to "forge" his signature.

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  7. Gordon Ramsay's signature allegedly forged by his own...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Independent

    Ramsay is now seeking a declaration to un-bind him from the agreement because he claims the 25-year lease on the contract, signed in 2007 Gordon Ramsay 's father-in-law Christopher Hutcheson allegedly used a ghostwriting machine to forge the chef's signature and use it to seal a pub deal worth thousands. The famous chef says he was duped into the A 640,000-a-year rental contract for the York and Albany in north London.

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  8. Inside City Perch, Chef Matt Baker's New Home by the Movie TheaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Eater

    Oysters and a movie? That's the thought behind City Perch, the new restaurant open in the Pike & Rose development, above the new iPic movie theater. The restaurant, which is now open, is the brainchild of consulting chef Sherry Yard and executive chef MattBaker .

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  9. Teenager Wears Crocs, Finishes 10th in New Zealand Half-MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Big Lead

    No, that headline you read before clicking on this post is not the name of some newly discovered B-side from Flight of the Conchords. Instead it's an actual, reported story form The New Zealand Herald .

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  10. Celebrate Rioja's Tenth Anniversary With These Ten Memorable MomentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Denver Westword

    ... Co-owner Beth Gruitch weighed in with a memorable, sold-out dinner in 2010 that brought together some of Denver's best chefs to raise money for Haiti disaster relief. John Broening, Alex Seidel, Yasmin Lozada-Hissom, Max Mackissock and Lachlan ...

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  11. 'Hell's Kitchen:' One chef quits and another acts oddRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Examiner.com

    Last night on " Hell's Kitchen " for reward the two teams were asked to prepare Indian inspired dishes, using lamb, chicken, pork, or cod. The other ingredients were chosen in a type of tetrix game where one chef had the duty of assigning components to the other chefs as they instructed.

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  12. Ai Fiori Alum Brings Cooklyn to Prospect HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Village Voice

    Anthony Theocaropoulos grew up in Greek diners -- "I remember going into [my father's] diners and living that skit from Saturday Night Live," he says. "You know, the John Belushi 'cheeburger, cheeburger' line.

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  13. French bistro Le Bilboquet opens in Buckhead todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    The only free-standing restaurant planned for the new Buckhead Atlanta development, French bistro Le Bilboquet , opens today. Executive chef Julien Jouhannaud, who worked under Michelin star chef Alain Ducasse, will oversee the "culinary direction" of the restaurant, while Jean Louis Sangare will be its acting chef de cuisine.

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  14. Annual 'Deen Team' holiday Red Cross blood drive planned for three locationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | SavannahNow

    Upcoming is the team's eighth blood drive since 2011. The Deen Team, which consists of Paula, Jamie and Bobby Deen, has collected 1,262 pints of blood during the previous seven blood drives.

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  15. Perbacco team plots a modern European brasserie at the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | SFGate

    The pair already have two successful, well-respected downtown San Francisco restaurants with the Italian tandem of Perbacco and Barbacco . Now, nearly five years after opening Barbacco, they're ready for a third project.

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  16. Ramsay's Signature 'Forged For Pub Deal'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Sky News

    The chef's father-in-law allegedly used a ghostwriter machine to sign him up for the pub's A 640,000 annual rent. Gordon Ramsay has told a court of his "shock and horror" after discovering his father-in-law used a ghostwriter machine to forge his signature for a deal to rent a pub.

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  17. London Food And Drink News: 20 November 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Londonist

    When Gordon Ramsay launched his latest restaurant Heddon Street Kitchen on Saturday, it was almost fully booked, with diners having reserved 140 seats. Yet only 40 of these potential customers actually turned up to the restaurant, which is set just off Regent Street.

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  18. 'EAT: The Story of Food': Nat Geo's look at how food shaped historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Newsday

    ... Instead, Wells and her colleagues conducted and pored through interviews with almost 90 food experts -- among them chefs Graham Elliot, Eric Greenspan and Rachael Ray, food writers Simon Majumdar, Ruth Reichl and Nigella Lawson -- for a total of ...

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  19. Ramsay 'shock' over pub rent dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Richmond and Twickenham Times

    Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has told a High Court judge that he reacted with "shock and horror" when he made the "devastating" discovery that his wife Tana's father used a ghost writer machine to "forge" his signature. Ramsay is claiming the machine was used without his knowledge to sign him up for the A 640,000-a-year annual rent for the historic York & Albany pub near Regent's Park in London.

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  20. Gordon Ramsay in court bid to avoid paying A 640k-a-year rent for pubRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Daily Mail

    Gordon Ramsay in court bid to avoid paying A 640,000-a-year rent for pub 'because his father-in-law faked his signature on the contract' Gordon Ramsay is embroiled in a High Court row claiming he should not be held personally responsible for the A 640,000-a-year rent of his London pub and restaurant. The chef, who took on a 25-year-lease of the York and Albany in 2007, claims his signature as a personal guarantee for the pub's rent was forged using an automatic machine without his permission.

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