Obama's former chef has signed on with NBC.
As always, you can blame McDonald's for this.
The show is based on 14-year-old cooking prodigy Flynn McGarry, who will also serve as a producer.
Elizabeth on national TV.
The news channel's expose on local nightlife might have also lead to the temporary closure of two SBE clubs.
A look inside 'The New Brooklyn Cookbook.'
"All I wanted to do was make a meal that everyone would enjoy."
Plus: a new Fairway on the UES, and Penthouse Club gets sued, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Boston isn't drunk, and the state of molecular gastronomy, all in our morning news roundup.
Will the talk show host go into the fast food business if his show flops?
The winner wants to give NBC a taste of its own medicine.
I Still Ate It and other newbies on the Internet are sure to leave a mark on your productivity.
We imagine the initial script for Padma Lakshmi's upcoming sitcom.
'Times' television critic Alessandra Stanley has seriously revised her opinion of the show.
Plus: the Food Network launches its own Epicurious.
Some thoughts on last night's premiere.
For shame, Marco Pierre White!
A new NBC series will feature celebs as dinner hosts.