In an exclusive sneak peek of the new Iron Chef Showdown, premiering Nov. 8, host Alton Brown takes you behind the scenes of the Food Network show making headlines recently.
“It’s a new take on the classic Iron Chef format where two talented and determined chefs battle each other in an opening round in order to win a shot at one of the legendary Iron Chefs in a second round,” Brown explains while giving a guided tour of the newly-renovated Kitchen Stadium. “The added fun for me is that I’m the one that gets
3D artist Miguel Vasquez has decided to infiltrate our nightmares with his own take on the iconic cartoon from Nickelodeon. And he's bringing his pal Patrick Starfish with him. It's hard to say which character is more terrifying when they get the real world treatment. But you wouldn't want to come across either one of these monstrosities getting ripped and loaded on ice cream sundaes at your local Fossleman's.
These images are part of Vasquez's 'Best Friends Forever' project. He rendered the speed sculpts in Keyshot. As you can see, they are not for kids or the faint of heart.
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His name is Stir-Fry and he’s the chef’s newly adopted kitten — and Instagram photos show that the kitty is already making himself at home in the star’s kitchen.
“Remember those kittens we found at the office? Apparently I’ve been claimed,” said the caption for one photo, showing the pair posing nose-to-nose.
A name quickly followed after the kitten found a favorite perch in Brown’s kitchen: a frying pan.
“So, due to his love of the wok, I’ve decided to name him ‘Stir-Fry,'” Brown later shared.
The Food Network star took to Instagram on Tuesday to introduce his new kitten -- who has a culinary-inspired name!
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"So, due to his love of the wok, I've decided to name him 'Stir-fry,'" Brown captioned a pic of the cute cat inside a wok. "#kittensofinstagram #kitten #catsofinstagram #cat."
The chef revealed in another pic that Stir-Fry is the same cat he found beneath his office porch weeks earlier.
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While Brown picked the most adorable name for his kitty, Hilary Duff recently took to Instagram to ask fans what to name her new puppy.
See more in the video below.
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With that in mind, most of the topics driving each episode are ones that people find highly divisive, even politicized, such as vaccinations and another topic dear to his low-carbon-footprint heart. “Did you think I’d get a new TV show and not talk about climate change?” he asks rhetorically in one episode.
Although Nye built his television career hosting a science show for children,
“I’m only in the introduction piece before the titles of the show. I’m maybe on for 30 seconds,” he recently told People of his cameo where he can be seen laughing in an enormous laboratory. “I’m not really in the show.”
The highly-anticipated science series features stars like Karlie Kloss, Zach Braff, Rachel Bloom, Tim Gunn, Donald Faison and Joel McHale—but not the Iron Chef Gauntlet host.
Why We're Obsessed With 'Fortitude'
Fortitude fans can now rest easy -- a second season is officially coming to Amazon! After its season one shut down with Pivot, the drama series has a new home as an Amazon original series and a new cast member. Dennis Quaid will join the ensemble cast and star as Michael Lennox, a fisherman and patriarch of a family living in Fortitude who is struggling to come to terms with his wife’s terminal illness and will try anything to find a cure. The dark mystery thriller follows Sheriff Dan Anderssen (Richard Dormer), who after shooting the woman he loved, disappears into the wilderness and is presumed dead. Fortitude, a small isolated community is now left without a sheriff, while Deputy
Responding to a tweet on People Food’s Twitter page on Monday, Brown said, “If I want pineapple on my pizza, I’ll by God have it.” And in an interview with People on Wednesday, the Iron Chef Gauntlet host elaborated his stance on the hot topic, which was mainly fueled by Iceland president Gudni Thorlacius Johannesson’s suggestion to put a ban on the flavor combo.
“I don’t want people
To prove it, host Alton Brown takes People behind-the-scenes of the set of Iron Chef Gauntlet in the exclusive video above.
“Although there’s culinary equipment scattered all over this kitchen, this is the main concentration,” Brown says while walking down a hall of gadgets. “Here we have pots and pans, grinders, foamers—we’ve even got some really nice copper bowls. These are excellent for whipping up egg whites and things like that,
“I started off as a cameraman when I was still in college, and moved into shooting music videos in the ‘80s, then became a full-time cinematographer and a director-cameraman for TV spots, which I did for about 10 years,” Brown says.
Eventually burnt out by the ad business, Brown saw two choices. “I could either move on to New York or Hollywood and concentrate on shooting, or I could go to culinary school and try to make a food show.”
He chose the latter, resulting in the groundbreaking 14-season series “Good Eats,” which holds up so well that repeats continue airing today. Brown directed 200 of its 250 episodes. He calls his latest show, “Iron Chef Gauntlet,
In the trailer for the new Netflix series — Bill Nye Saves the World — Brown and Nye can be seen laughing in an enormous laboratory, while Brown holds a beaker filled with a yellow liquid, which we can predict will likely be a super cool culinary experiment.
The Cutthroat Kitchen host, who is known for his quirky personality and science-based cooking shows, seems to be a perfect fit with Nye, who hosted the PBS show Bill Nye the Science Guy
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HBO's Big Little Lies has a launch date. The upcoming star-studded limited series starring Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley will premiere on Sunday, February 19 at 9/8c.
The darkly comedic series based on Lian Moriarty's bestselling book of the same name tells the tale of three mothers of first-graders whose seemingly perpetual lives unravel to the point of murder.
Big Little Lies is written by David E. Kelley and costars Alexander Skarsgard, Laura Dern, Adam Scott, Zoe Kravitz, James Tupper and Jeffrey Nordling.
Quantico is on the move!
Right after the fall finale this Sunday, The Quan2co Writers Room Tweeted that the series will resume Quantico Season 2 on ABC Monday, January 23 at 10/9c.
We don't know if that means freshman Conviction will have aired its full run of 13 episodes,
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