Food Network Star Recap: Kitchen Fireworks
Sunday night’s installment of Food Network Star taught us two valuable lessons: It’s not easy getting in touch with your inner Guy Fieri. And it’s not advisable to channel your inner Kevin Federline.
The episode kicked off with an extended reminder to watch Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives …READ MORE
Food Network Star Recap: 'Town' and Out
Fans of musical theater are probably familiar with A Chorus Line‘s classic number, “Dance, 10; Looks, 3,” in which an aspiring actress/hoofer explains how her lack of show-stopping curves hindered her career momentum — despite her exceptional ability to cut a rug. The evicted contestant this week on Food Network Star suffered from a similar imbalance in required skills: …READ MORE
Food Network Star Recap: Totally Crazycakes
“The proof is in the pudding, man. And the pudding is in the garbage.” …READ MORE
Food Network Star: A Comedy of Culinary Errors
One of the main reasons I love Food Network Star is that the show occasionally delivers on the promise of its title, bringing new personalities to the food-centric channel in a way that, say, America’s Next Top Model has never seen its winners on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar.
But Sunday night’s telecast also proved the show can score laughs as big as any sitcom. In fact, there were moments where I was almost convinced I was watching The Katy Clark Show, an absurdist comedy about a hapless chef/fitness instructor and her foodie foibles. Consider: …READ MORE