The rising culinary star is kicking off the annual Epcot Food & Wine Festival in Orlando, Florida, on September 3 at What’s Cookin’ With…, during which guests enjoy a signature dish and cooking demo fro a series of famous chefs. Others in the series, which runs through November 12, include Art Smith, Graham Elliot, Bryan Voltaggio, Robert Irvine, Cat Cora, Carla Hall and Buddy Valastro.
For longtime Disneyphile O’Neale, who released his debut cookbook, My Modern American Table, in May, the festival represents the chance to
Cake Boss is Back But is it Better than Before?
The Cake Boss star had no idea it would be the last time he’d see his mother alive; now he says it’s a moment he’ll always cherish. “I got to sit by her and say, ‘Ma, I owe everything to you. I wouldn’t be who I am without you. You’re my No. 1 girl,
“She doesn’t want me to stop,” he tells People exclusively, sitting in his office filled with photos of his beloved mother. “She wants me to be the patriarch of the family and keep doing what I’m doing, 100 percent. There’s not even a doubt in my mind.” Easing back into his responsibilities at their ever-expanding Carlo’s Bakery has been natural for the Cake Boss star, but there is one New Jersey
The Cake Boss star took to Facebook on Thursday morning to reveal his mother's passing after suffering Als.
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"It’s with an extremely heavy heart that I must share the news of my mother’s passing. She left for heaven this morning, surrounded by the family," the TV baker wrote in the heartfelt post. "This is a difficult time for all of
Mary suffered from Als and fought the neurodegenerative disease, which affects nerves in the brain and spinal cord, for more than eight years. She was 69 when she died.
“It’s with an extremely heavy heart that I must share the news of my mother’s passing,” Buddy captioned a throwback photo with his mother on Instagram. “She left for heaven this morning, surrounded by the family. This is a difficult time for all of us and I do
“Mary took a turn yesterday, and Buddy rushed back to New Jersey last night to be by her side,” Valastro’s rep tells People in an exclusive statement. “She passed early this morning, June 22nd, surrounded by all of her children. Mary’s condition had been steadily worsening these past months, so it was not sudden but still extremely heartbreaking for the family. After eight years of fighting her battle with Als, the family is relieved she is no longer suffering. Buddy and his
The Australian actress and former NFL player-turned-actor said “I do” in an eclectic, lavish ceremony at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Saturday, and People has an exclusive look inside their big day.
“We love the tradition of marriage, and we love being able to call each other husband and wife,” Whelan, 35, said. “We both understand that our relationship takes work, and we made a choice that that’s what we are wanting. Both of our parents are still together, and so we have been around a very traditional environment our whole lives.
Teresa Giudice took to Instagram on Friday to celebrate her oldest daughter, Gia, taking in the sacrament of Confirmation -- the final of the three entry rights for Catholics, marking the seal of the Holy Spirit and completing the process of initiation into the Christian community -- with a huge, Giudice-sized party.
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The Giudice family, alongside the Gorgas, honored the 16-year-old at Italian eatery Fresco On Chruch in Montclair, New Jersey, and shared all the pics on social media.
"My beautiful daughter @_giagiudice on her Confirmation
On Friday, the 16-year-old daughter of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice took in the sacrament of Confirmation — the final of the three entry rights for Catholics, marking the seal of the Holy Spirit and completing the process of initiation into the Christian community.
It’s a big deal for Catholics. And to mark it, Teresa threw her daughter a large family party at Italian eatery Fresco On Church in Montclair, New Jersey.
Like a proud mom, Teresa (and
Leonardo DiCaprio and his girlfriend, Nina Agdal, enjoyed a quiet dinner at Zuma in New York City on Wednesday. The cute couple dined alongside Sean Penn and rapper Q-Tip, sharing sushi plates of Zuma’s Robata grilled fare and rounds of cocktails.
While DiCaprio and crew grabbed a bite in the Big Apple, the happily uncoupled Jennie Garth and her ex-husband, Peter Facinelli, brought their significant others along for a family vacation at the recently opened Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun, Mexico. The tropical getaway was Garth and Facinelli’s first vacay together since their 2013 divorce, alongside their daughters, Lola, 14, and Fiona, 10.
They all enjoyed the resort's Unlimited Luxury amenities, including pampering at the Dreams Spa by Pevonia, riding down the resor's awesome water slides ,parasailing, gourmet dining at on-site restaurant Gaucho and plenty of ice cream. The group had a great time lounging poolside and fitting in some long overdue quality
“Nope,” says Berger, who explains: Just as his 20-year-old Denver-based company was about to launch its first show, “Work in Progress,” execs learned that Food Network scheduled it at noon. “We needed a name,” he continues. “So I said, ‘We’re in the west, it’s about to air at noon, let’s call it High Noon.’ My friend designed the logo in about 20 minutes and it hasn’t changed since.”
Hitting the bullseye on the fly like that takes a rare combination of industry insight, gut instinct, and sheer luck — and High Noon Entertainment, which Berger runs with co-founders Duke Hartman (COO) and Sonny Hutchison (chief administrative officer) — has a surfeit of all three.
Over the past two decades, with such hits as “Cake Boss,” “Fixer Upper
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Buddy Valastro and his eclectic family, owners of the 116-year-old Hoboken, N.J.-based Italian-American Carlo’s Bake Shop create cake confections while dealing with family and employee relationships.
Inspiration: While competing on “Food Network Challenge” in 2007, Valastro emerged as a perfect reality star: charismatic, hyper-verbal, and funny. Plus, he really knew his way around a cake and
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Shelton sat in front of his dressing room mirror staring at himself as “Star Wars” stormtroopers marched onstage to take over the Nickelodeon show. The host grabbed his blaster and exchanged fire with the troopers – interrupted by last year’s host Nick Jonas shouting “keep it down” — before driving on the Kca stage in a chair modeled after his seating on “The Voice.”
“You all know why this show is so cool?” “The Voice” judge asked, greeting the crowd. “Because you control everything.”
The audience was given more control over this year’s show than any other year. They voted for the winners, the set design for the stage
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