7 items from 2017
After two and a half years, one of America’s favorite cooking shows is finally back. Things are a bit twisted this time around, with “Iron Chef Gauntlet.” Instead of 10 competitors, this time we only have 7 of the greatest chefs in the country, who will go toe-to-toe until just 1 is left standing. That does not mean you’re victorious, because this season, the last man or last woman standing has to compete against 3 notable Iron Chefs (Bobby Flay, Masaharu Morimoto and Michael Symon) to win the title. And guess who’s running the show this time? None other than
Iron Chef is Officially Back with a Full Episode Now on Youtube »
- Nat Berman
Here at Et, we’re obsessed with a lot of things -- and for the week of April 17 to April 23, this is what we’re most excited about:
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 »
- Ana Calderone
Becoming an Iron Chef is no easy task, but you can bet the cooks have the highest quality tools and ingredients available to help them along the way.
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, »
- Ana Calderone
In today’s TV News Roundup, Amy Acker joins Fox’s Marvel pilot, Zach Gilford of “Friday Night Lights” fame is cast in Dwayne Johnson’s new YouTube Red series, “Iron Chef” plans a dramatic return and more.
Matt Nix‘s new untitled Marvel drama continues to fill out its cast of characters, with Amy Acker joining the Fox pilot as the matriarch of a family with mutant children. As Kate Stewart, Acker has to deal with her separation from her husband (Stephen Moyer) while the family is on the run and meeting up with an underground network of mutants. Also joining the cast of the Bryan Singer-directed project are Emma Dumont and Percy Hynes White. Moyer, Natalie Alyn Lind and Jamie Chung were also announced as cast members in the last week.
- Dani Levy
Bobby Flay has had a year filled with love.
The celebrity chef, who finalized his divorce from Stephanie March in July 2015 after 10 years of marriage, celebrated his one year anniversary with girlfriend, actress Heléne Yorke, on Saturday. “One year later … could not smile and laugh more in a 12 month span,” Flay, 52, wrote on a selfie of the pair. “#happyanniversary.”
The 31-year-old Canadian actress also commemorated the milestone by sharing a photo with Flay and his cat, Nacho. “365 days of Ginger,” she wrote. “Got me a bigger heart now.” Yorke is known for her roles in Quantico, High Maintenance, and as »
- Ana Calderone
If you have ever planned a Super Bowl party and searched for “chicken wings” or “bean dip” recipes in Google, you are not alone.
On Monday, Google released their list of top-searched Super Bowl recipes by state (and Washington, D.C.)—and the results were a mixed bag of game-day classics and, well, some oddball dishes.
Several states had “buffalo” flavors (North Carolina, Virginia, Wisconsin to name just a few) and “chili” (like Delaware and Missouri) on their menu. Game-day dips also topped the list of searches: Spinach-artichoke, bean, buffalo chicken, pico de gallo and even pepperoni dip (creative, South Carolina! »
- Katherine Richter
7 items from 2017
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