The credit card machine that busted up his face might be illegal.
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The former host of cult kiddie show 'Double Dare' says he still has to undergo more procedures.
He's on the mend now, and felling better.
With the promise of lower costs and custom web-based video, the Food Network–backed service could put a dent in OpenTable's supremacy.
The new restaurant serves every imaginable facet of American cuisines.
The Restaurant Impossible will offer cooking demos and conversation.
It's "Brothers Battle."
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Plus: Food Network axes a show because the host was ripping off recipes from other chefs; and dietary arsenic could be in many organic foods, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Check out Eric Ripert's airport dining recommendations; Kanye and Drake give Moscato shout-outs, all in our morning news roundup.
The network has pulled all recipes from its website that contain shark and has vowed to no longer feature the underwater predator as food in any upcoming programming.
The Ace of Cakes star gets all gushy about Philly's food.
It's doubtful that Garces will actually be wearing a bikini.
It's hot alright, but Marc Summers can help you chill out.
Posing as a Food Network personality, 'Chef Lenny' sought to bilk the small New Jersey town of thousands of dollars.
Though the city's restaurants as whole are pretty awesome, the Double Dare host thinks the Mexican offerings aren't up to snuff.
'Meat & Potatoes' will hit Philly in is second-season premiere.
Sbraga and other reality-tv chefs find life after tv both thrilling and challenging.
The Philly-based artist celebrates food and the notion of celebrity through a series of hilarious, and at times disturbing, videos.
The bout, which pits two of Philly's premier chefs against each other, will surely go down in history as the 'Thrilla From Phila.'
Plus a Portland-based chocolatier revives a rare cacao bean, and forecasters predict a great year for restaurateurs, all in our morning news roundup.