the feeding tube

Here’s One Final Helping of the Feeding Tube

Certainly not the last time we're going to run this shot.

Certainly not the last time we're going to run this shot.Illustration: Andrei Kallaur, Jen Cotton

Grub Street spent last week devoting lots of time to the topic of food television: examining the nitty-gritty of Paula Deen's financial empire (after Jonah Hill snubbed her cheeseburger meatloaf recipe); wondering who the next big food-TV star will be; and even asking Anthony Bourdain about which food shows he actually likes (Barefoot Contessa, turns out). Keep reading for the full rundown of stories, and make sure to check out anything you might have missed.

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Ten Celebrities Who Go Their Start in Food Ads

Ron Ben-Israel on What It Really Feels Like to Have Your Own Food Network Show

Chef Hugh Acheson Braves the Crowds at Eataly, Lectures the Millionaires at Google

How Much Are TV Appearances Worth for Restaurants?

Sloshed: Grub Street's Pitch for the First-Ever Non-Boring Booze Show

Ten Restaurants That Need to Take a Food-TV Hiatus

Buttered Up: A Look at Paula Deen's Financial Empire

Five Cooking-Competition Bad Guys Tell Us Why They're Just Misunderstood

How Many Cooks (and Fridges, and Researchers) Does It Take to Run Food Network Kitchens?

Eleven Real Secrets Behind TV Food Styling

Jonah Hill Totally Dissed Paula Deen on TV

Ten Important Moments in Food-TV Recipe History

Anthony Bourdain Tells Grub Street About the Food Shows He Actually Likes

Adam Platt on How Food Television Changed the Way We Eat

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