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'Feed the Beast': Everything You Need to Know

3 June 2016 8:51 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Ever since AMC debuted Mad Men in July of 2007, TV aficionados have learned to keep an eye on what the channel slips onto the air during the dog days. Past summers have brought the likes of Humans and Halt and Catch Fire; the same time frame also brought us Rubicon, because hey, nobody's perfect. This year's contender for possible out-of-left-field Mvp is Feed the Beast: a drama about crime and cuisine starring Jim Sturgess as a coked-up ex-con chef and David Schwimmer as his morose sommelier best friend. Developed »

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Review: David Schwimmer rises above the overcooked 'Feed the Beast'

3 June 2016 6:30 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

On AMC's new drama Feed the Beast, best friends Tommy (David Schwimmer) and Dion (Jim Sturgess) try opening a fancy restaurant in the Bronx so that Tommy can get over the death of his wife in a hit-and-run accident, while Dion can pay off a massive debt he owes to a local mob boss. Along the way, they acquire an inexperienced restaurant manager, Pilar (Lorenza Izzo), who takes the job because she has a crush on Tommy, but who's really there as a device for the show to let Tommy and Dion explain the finer points of the business to the audience. At one point, for instance, she objects to Dion spending so much money on skillets. He responds by offering her a dish made in one of his pans and the same one made in the big box store model Tommy has in his own kitchen; the former is »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Chefs Impact Report: The Culinary Celebs Cooking Up Empires in Entertainment

25 February 2016 11:28 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

These gastronomic celebs have placed their culinary stamp across multiple platforms, built restaurant empires and advanced the foodie conversation.

Jose Andres

mini-bar, tres by jose andres, bazaar

Part of the food revolution in Spain, Andres has brought his modern twists on tapas to L.A., D.C. and Las Vegas at restaurants such as the Bazaar and Mini-Bar. His TV career began in 2008 with “Made in Spain,” and he has since been a regular guest on talk shows, cooking competitions and Anthony Bourdain’s travel shows. His most recent TV project was the PBS special “Undiscovered Haiti With Jose Andres.”

Lidia Bastianich

felidia, eataly, “lidia’s kitchen”

Chef/co-owner — with son Joe and Mario Batali — of four acclaimed New York City restaurants, the artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace Eataly and her own production company, Tavola Productions, Bastianich has spent the past decade producing series and specials for PBS, most recently “Lidia’s Kitchen. »

- Phil Gallo

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Chefs Impact Report: The Culinary Celebs Cooking Up Empires in Entertainment

25 February 2016 11:28 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

These gastronomic celebs have placed their culinary stamp across multiple platforms, built restaurant empires and advanced the foodie conversation.

Jose Andres

mini-bar, tres by jose andres, bazaar

Part of the food revolution in Spain, Andres has brought his modern twists on tapas to L.A., D.C. and Las Vegas at restaurants such as the Bazaar and Mini-Bar. His TV career began in 2008 with “Made in Spain,” and he has since been a regular guest on talk shows, cooking competitions and Anthony Bourdain’s travel shows. His most recent TV project was the PBS special “Undiscovered Haiti With Jose Andres.”

Lidia Bastianich

felidia, eataly, “lidia’s kitchen”

Chef/co-owner — with son Joe and Mario Batali — of four acclaimed New York City restaurants, the artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace Eataly and her own production company, Tavola Productions, Bastianich has spent the past decade producing series and specials for PBS, most recently “Lidia’s Kitchen. »

- Phil Gallo

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