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What it's really like to eat at Amy's Baking Company.
Orange County residents take to politics to get Arrested Development's fruit stand in Newport.
We're sure this should go perfectly smoothly.
She's certainly not helping her cause.
Even the hosts' unsavory comparisons couldn't dull our enthusiasm for the hand-made mandu here.
No tense arguments this time, but a lot of good looking eats.
Jon Hamm was long a waiter there, while Susan Feniger's nephew is also on the show.
The restaurant is holding a party to view Mai-Khanh Le's appearance on the Food Network contest.
The new Venice seafood project comes from Sunny Spot and littlefork owner David Reiss.
He's also doing a farewell series of SubCulture Dining dinners next month.
The mex-pert is sick of playing "Robin" to other TV hosts.
These days, a resume that includes Spago and Cut perhaps isn't as persuasive as claiming victory on reality T.V.
Adrienne Maloof plans a 200-seat, celeb-friendly Mediterranean.
'I’d LOVE to actually be my wild, opinionated self who shows a little more cleavage, drinks wine with the guests (maybe do the occasional shot of tequila), and generally be less controlled.'
After being booted from the show, the Chicago chef is now moving her life to L.A. to work at Trois Mec.
'You watch Food Network and there's a lot of people on there of, you know, a range of cooking abilities...'
It features 'Bridesmaids' star Wendi McLendon-Covey, and it looks pretty funny.
Junior MasterChef could soon be coming to the States. Really.
Who knew they were doing food segments?