Alas, he says he was too busy to make it work.
"'You've got really good sound bites.' I f--king hate that word."
"Saatchi is strangling Nigella," says one artist, "but it's also about him squeezing the art market. It works on many levels."
One friend tells a British tabloid that Charles Saatchi is still out to get the celebrity chef.
"She didn’t seem to say much, but she did not look happy."
Like Ed Hardy clothes and songs featuring Ja Rule, the conventional idea of a celebrity chef feels desperately outdated.
Paual Deen Ventures teams up with the same company that brings us SkyMall and the Phoenix Suns.
We can all move on now, but it's likely that won't happen.
No matter how the newspapers have it.
Local stuff on national TV and radio.
What's one pesky little eviction when you're Todd English?
Humm shills cutlery and White hitches a ride with Mercedes-Benz.
The CBS crime show is the latest to fall back on the celebrity-chef trope.
The question seems to be on everyone's mind lately.
Two of television's loudest chefs are coming to L.A.