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  1. 'Masterchef Junior': Second place goes to Andrew Zappley of West DeptfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | NJ.com

    ... the finale. Andrew made roasted fennel for his appetizer, beef cheek ravioli for his entree and dessert risotto. The chefs liked all of his dishes, but his beef cheek ravioli was a little undercooked, Chef Gordon Ramsay said. "We're going to keep ...

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  2. Strip Scribbles: Beware of downtown tourist scams; Andre Rochat's 35th anniversary; Oscar chefsRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | The Las Vegas Sun

    ... haunted spirits Las Vegas tour approach you on Fremont Street. It's a rip-off and not at all fun or educational. OSCAR CHEFS: Our Caesars Palace headliner Sir Elton John flew in Las Vegas chefs to cater his annual Oscars viewing party in Hollywood. ...

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  3. West Deptford's Andrew Zappley falls short on 'MasterChef Junior'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Philly.com

    ... pitted the outspoken Andrew against reserved fellow competitor Nathan, from California. In the episode, the two young chefs executed their three-course menus for judges Gordon Ramsay, Joe Bastianich, and Graham Elliot while cooking back-to-back in a ...

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  4. South Beach Wine and Food Festival: The RecapRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | NBC Miami

    Foodies and chefs from around the world converged on South Beach this past weekend for the annual South Beach Wine and Food Festival. Thousands took to the sandy beaches to taste the delectable bites the world's greatest chefs had to offer.

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  5. Sebastian Shakespeare: Andogynous Annie's daughter follows suitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Daily Mail

    Eurythmics singer Annie Lennox says her androgynous style meant she was often mistaken for a lesbian, and it seems her daughter, Tali shares her love of cross-dressing. The 21-year-old artist posed in a pinstripe suit with her hair tucked into a bowler and a drawn-on moustache.

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  6. The Best Thing I Ate Outside New Orleans: Carne asada in Southern CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | NOLA.com

    While on the vacation during Mardi Gras, the second best thing Todd A. Price ate was carne asada from a Latin grocery store. . Tell us about the best thing you ate: This is a occasional feature on the best dish that restaurant critic Brett Anderson has recently enjoyed.

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  7. Paula Deen's Podcast, Free Krispy Kreme, and More Dining NewsRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Eater

    Guy Fieri opened the seventh location of his Johnny Garlic's chain today, this time in Bakersfield, California. Like the other six, it has a "Kraft Kocktail" menu that only the spiky haired one could come up with.

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  8. 2 DFW chefs to appear on a Hella s KitchenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Star-Telegram.com

    Fresh off a season that featured three DFW chefs - including Roe DiLeo, whose Dallas restaurant Henry's Majestic was reviewed recently by DFW.com contributor Teresa Gubbins - Fox's Hell's Kitchen is going to the North Texas well once more. Michelle Tribble, who calls Dallas home, will be a contestant on the new season, premiering March 3 on KDFW/Channel 4. The Fox release simply says that she's a 22-year-old line cook from Dallas whose signature dish is huevos rancheros.

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  9. a Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar party raises $5.8 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Business Journal

    Sir Elton John's star-studded annual Oscars viewing party this year raised $5.8 million to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation. The 23rd annual Academy Awards Viewing Party, considered the biggest fundraising event of Oscars night, was held Sunday at West Hollywood Park and was hosted by John and David Furnish .

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  10. Spring Gala features culinary delights, celebrity chefRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 24 | The St Paul Journal

    Portage College's spring gala features the college's top culinary arts students having a Battle of the Chefs competition, judged by celebrity chef Chuck Hughes and audience members who can bid to judge alongside Hughes. Foodies' tastebuds will be set watering as Portage College hosts a Spring Gala event in St. Paul on May 8, with local chefs preparing a top-class meal and celebrity chef Chuck Hughes on hand to judge the creations.

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  11. Michael Symon among mentors on 'All-Star Academy,' coming to Food Network Sunday, March 1: Screen Eats viewing guide - photosRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Cleveland.com

    Two series, one of them co-starring Clevelander Michael Symon, debut on Food Network and The Cooking Channel this weekend. Ten talented cooks who want to up their game and vie for a big prize have a chance to hone their talents by working with star chefs.

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  12. Tana Ramsay shows off rock hard abs during workout with husband GordonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Daily Mail

    What $125,000 will buy you across America: A three-bedroom house in Richmond or a spacious Texas bungalow fit for a family... but look away now if you live in New York or San Francisco Life-changing payout for para-sail crash victims: Secret settlement in condo crash will allow girls to live 'comfortably for the rest of their lives' as they struggle to recover American Horror Story star Ben Woolf dies four days after 4ft 4in actor was hit by a SUV on a Hollywood crosswalk The face of defeat: Neil Patrick Harris looks downcast a day after his 'awkward' Oscars hosting gig which was widely criticized Sean Penn jets to Haiti for charity project with Bill Clinton after provoking outrage with 'xenophobic' Oscars comment about Birdman director Now that's Best Supporting: Office worker astounded as OPRAH knocks asking to use his bathroom on her way to an Oscar party Looks like Neil Patrick ... (more)

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  13. TV best bets: Tuesday, Feb. 24Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | NorthJersey.com

    ... end of each season ... and so it is here with "Junior Edition: The Finale," in which one of the two remaining young chefs will get the trophy and $100,000. They and their loved ones are sure to be in for a tense time before that outcome is ...

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  14. On Sale Now: Mar 31 issueRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Wine Spectator

    Anthony Bourdain's life took a turn when he decided to write about the true goings-on inside the restaurant world. His strong attitude and fearlessness was a departure from the norm, and turned him into a celebrity who now tells his story by traveling the globe in search of different cultures and culinary adventures.

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  15. Capital Club holds Exclusive Dinner with the Four Seasons HotelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Al Bawaba

    Capital Club Bahrain, the Kingdom's Premier Private City Club, hosted an exclusive 'Gourmet Dinner' for Club Members, prepared by the top chefs of the soon-to-be-opened Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay. The exclusive event allowed Club Members and guests to be the first in savoring the island's latest culinary offering, which will be launched within the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay.

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  16. Smash it up: Top toast with more than avocadoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Miami Herald

    I've become a great fan of the trending smash on toast, a great relief for tired breakfasts and brown bags. Though avocado butters have been around for a long time and the smash started trending at edgy restaurants a couple of years ago, I knew the avocado smash had reached new audiences when I saw it on a breakfast chain restaurant's menu this month.

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  17. Former LA Chef David Myers Debuts First Singapore RestaurantRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Eater

    Singapore newspaper TODAY reports Myers' restaurant Adrift is now open inside the five-star Marina Bay Sands hotel, with the 4,000-square-foot restaurant offering Myers's "personal ode to the vibrant experiences I've encountered in my many travels." A look at the opening menu reveals that play on Californian and Asian influences, with dishes like preserved green papaya and lobster soup, and buckwheat fried chicken served with honey mustard sauce.

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  18. Sportsman Channel's "MeatEater" Turns Show Producers into First Time HuntersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | AmmoLand

    Brittany and Helen have worked on the production side of MeatEater for two years and have built up a strong desire to hunt for the first time. That desire becomes reality on Sportsman Channel after Steven Rinella secures two cow elk tags in Montana's Sweet Grass Hills.

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  19. Which came first: McDonald's or Burger King?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Christian Science Monitor

    ... it takes that much corporate lucre to run the thing then scale it back down to real-world size and use actual burger chefs, who would love to take part and who could use exposure than Al Roker does. Give a look at this year's contestants. Jennifer ...

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  20. Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay shows off his impressive physique as...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Daily Mail

    Gordon Ramsey may be known for his hot temperament in the kitchen, but he seemed at peace on a bike ride in Malibu on Saturday. The 48-year-old was spotted showing off his athletic build as he biked solo along the Pacific Coast Highway.

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