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Giada De Laurentiis

  1. Model Chefs
    Giada De Laurentiis Made Her Fashion Week Debut Last NightThe chef wore Carolina Herrera.
  2. Quote of the Day
    Giada De Laurentiis Cut Her Finger on Live TelevisionTake that, David Blaine!
  3. Coming Soon
    Giada De Laurentiis Latest Celeb Chef to Sign On for Vegas RestaurantLook for Giada’s in the Gansevoort hotel when it opens next year.
  4. Video Feed
    Here’s What Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay’s Talk Show MightHere’s a taste of what might have been.
  5. Celebrity Settings
    Margrit Mondavi Charms at WP at Bel-Air; Halle Berry Hits Osteria DragoThe woman who helped put Napa on the map teaches us an important lesson about eye-contact.
  6. Video Feed
    Watch Mark Peel Make Duck Truffle Sausage, Forget Giada’s Name, and Dis GuyThe Campanile chef proves he’s more concerned with the kitchen than the boob tube.
  7. Foodievents
    Who Will Be at The L.A. Food & Wine Festival, August 9-12The three-day event offers L.A. a nice chance to catch up with the nation’s famous chefs.
  8. Inedible Apps
    Where Giada and Stefan Richter Eat in L.A.The Top Chef villain finds the best steak and spuds on earth at The Galley.
  9. Mediavore
    Drought Ravages Texas Cattle Ranches; Sam Sifton Named National Editor of TheThe New York critic will leave his post for a major promotion.
  10. Personalities
    When Giada Cancels, Dante Saves the DayHurricane Irene thwarted Giada’s plans.
  11. Personalities
    Hurricane Be Damned, Giada’s Coming to Town!Visit her in the North End, or make her food in the safety of your own home.
  12. Foodievents
    Choi Curates Tacos and Duff Does Desserts for The Taste, Labor Day WeekendThis collaboration between Food & Wine and The L.A. Times finds over 30 restaurants and 30 booze shillers at each of the nine scattered events.
  13. Celebrity Settings
    Lady Gaga Goes to Crustacean; Alfonso Ribero Dines at KatsuyaMeanwhile, Justin Bieber defends his behavior while leaving Katsuya.
  14. Interviews
    Giada De Laurentiis Chats about Girl & The Goat, Festival Food, and Mario BataliWe caught up with Giada De Laurentiis right before her Taste of Chicago experience.
  15. Foodievents
    Check Out the Chef Demos at Taste of ChicagoCheck out the full schedule of chef demos for the last weekend of Taste of Chicago.
  16. Giada’s Got It Going On
    Giada to Cook Cali Cuisine for Kate and WilliamThe TV chef will cater a gala reception in Santa Barbara.
  17. Foodievents
    New Food Festival Alert: The Taste is Coming in SeptemberThe L.A. Times and Food & Wine, rivals only last summer, are now a team for a new series of events called The Taste.
  18. Mediavore
    AXE Caters MOCA Gala; McDonald’s Is Feeling ItselfChairman Jim Skinner boasts of the progressive attitudes at the Golden Arches, while Joanna Moore serves local cuisine to Kirsten Dunst and Rose McGowan.
  19. Mediavore
    Hunger-Relief Groups See a Sixty Percent Increase in Demand; Former PalmerPlus Americans will spend at least two days shopping and enjoying merriment this holiday season, and Jone’s bacon-flavored soda has an unappealing aftertaste, all in our morning news roundup.
  20. Mediavore
    Giada and John Mayer Deny Canoodling; Spaceland Will Close in MarchA Silver Lake institution will be scrapped for a dance club, while the Food Network star shoots down a rumored tryst with a rock star.
  21. McFadden’s Faces Allegations of Promoting a Racist Culture; StrandedPlus Giada de Laurentiis and John Mayer both deny rumors of an affair, and rising food costs are driving inflation in China and Hungary, all in our morning news roundup.
  22. Mediavore
    NYC Diners No Fans of Cash-Only Restos; Giada and John Mayer Deny Doin’ ItPlus: steaks at the G-20 summit, the worst cruise ever, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  23. Mediavore
    Barq’s Root Beer Sues Coke; Campbell’s Protested Over New Halal Soup Line
  24. Foodies With Benefits
    Suzanne Goin Starts A Tasting EventWith help from David Lentz, Giada, and Jennifer Garner, the Lucques chef gathers her chef friends to fight cancer.
  25. Mediavore
    Brooklyn Grange Begins to Grow; Daytime Emmy Food Nominees AnnouncedPlus: Heinz changes their ketchup recipe, and Whole Foods recovers from the recession, all in our morning news roundup.
  26. Mediavore
    Slow Cocktails at Ranstead Room; Heinz Changes Ketchup RecipePlus: Daytime Emmy food nominees announced, and Korean barbecue hits the mainstream, all in our morning news roundup.
  27. Mediavore
    Barbacco Only Open for Lunch, Sans Wine; Kooky NYC Group Follows Caveman Diet
  28. Mediavore
    Gordon Ramsay’s Mistress Teams with Tiger’s; The Meat House Comes to CaliTwo scandal-ridden ladies join forces to help others while a boutique butcher store comes to O.C. from New England.
  29. Mediavore
    A Second Look at Scalloping; KFC Franchisees File Suit
  30. Mediavore
    Video Gambling is On the Table; KFC Franchisees File SuitPlus: Chef Boyardee’s sneaky sodium reduction, and Giada’s cookware line launches, all in our morning news roundup.
  31. Mediavore
    Eat Like a Caveman; Bethenny Frankel’s Shopping TipsPlus: Giada de Laurentiis’s cookwear, processed foods dump sodium, and more in our morning news roundup.
  32. Food TV
    Food Network Chefs in the Pre–Prime Time of Their YouthPhotos of Flay, Batali, Ray, and more from when they were awkward kids.
  33. Mediavore
    Cooking Show Ratings Rise; Boom Time for OystersPlus: Nate Appleman needs wood, and Katie and Giada have a girls’ night, all in our morning news roundup.
  34. Personalities
    Guy Fieri Versus the HatersSome chefs may hate him, but Michael Psilakis is still his boy.
  35. New York Wine and Food Festival
    Andrew Carmellini Wins Meatball CrownPlus, who shall return next year?
  36. Mediavore
    McDonald’s to Explore Cage-Free Eggs; Giada and Rachael Are Not FeudingPlus: Another food recall and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  37. TV on the Magazine
    Unsurprisingly, ‘Food Network’ Magazine Is As Fluffy As PaulaRecipes! We’ve got recipes!
  38. Whole Lotta Giada
    Giada De Laurentiis: ‘I’m Not Doing Porn’The celeb chef insists that she’s not using any womanly charms. Except for when she is.
  39. NewsFeed
    Is Cindy McCain the New Jessica Seinfeld?The Huffington Post discovers that certain “McCain family recipes” may have been lifted from the Food Network.
  40. Neighborhood Watch
    Celebrity-Chef ‘Pop-Up’ Café Open in Midtown; Halloween RecipeAstoria: Freeze Peach is hosting a costume party Saturday at 8 p.m. and it’s BYO. [Joey in Astoria] Boerum Hill: Balsamic vinegar is available as a topping at the new ecofriendly ice-cream parlor Blue Marble, on Atlantic Avenue near Bond Street. [Bergen Carroll] Chelsea: Tekserv is hosting a Mac OS X Leopard release party tonight with free food and live jazz, and the winner of the leopard-themed costume contest gets an iPod. [Blog Chelsea] Clinton Hill: New restaurant Mariam at 975 Fulton Street features cuisine from Senegal, Kenya, and Guinea, but even though okra was “cooked down to an indiscernible sludge,” it doesn’t feel overextended; the spot will soon add Jamaican food to the menu. [Eat for Victory/VV] Flatiron: The Manhattan branch of Boerum Hill restaurant Lunetta opens Monday on Broadway at 21st Street. [Grub Street] Lower East Side: Essex Street’s newest Shamalian bar may have opened for a night this week, but it’s closed now. [Eater] Just in time for Halloween house parties, the Stanton Social has provided a simple recipe for pumpkin croquettes. [Restaurant Girl] Meatpacking District: The communal table at Los Dados is supposedly a hot singles scene. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] Midtown West: Bon Appétit’s “Pop-Up” café opened yesterday and features sandwiches and salads designed by Emeril, Giada, Govind, and Pichet Ong, plus desserts from Will Goldfarb. [Midtown Lunch] Related: Celebrity Chefs Flock to Former Home of Cheesy Celebrity Restaurant Prospect-Lefferts-Gardens: Papas & Sons market was busted Wednesday. “Word on the street is that someone in there was running numbers,” but no one’s talking. [Across the Park]
  41. Foodievents
    Celebrity Chefs Flock to Former Home of Cheesy Celebrity Restaurant The building that was the Hard Rock Café at 221 West 57th Street, having committed so many affronts to gastronomy over the years, is about to atone, temporarily. Bon Appétit is turning it into a “pop-up supper club and café” where, from October 25 to November 3, a series of celebrity chefs will do demos and book signings during lunchtime. The names should be familiar ones, ranging from TV chefs like Cat Cora and Giada De Laurentiis to established New York stars like Claudia Fleming and Will Goldfarb. Every day, the café area will feature a different signature dish from that day’s chef. Bon Appétit promises affordability, too: All the dishes at lunch will cost $10 or less. The roster of chefs is after the jump.
  42. Mediavore
    Is There a Warrant Out on Jason Neroni?The owner of Porchetta claims that not only was Jason Neroni fired but that the termination was for misappropriation of funds — and there’s a warrant out for his arrest. (If so, the Desperate Chef is hiding in plain sight, as we just saw him last night at the TONY awards.) [Eater] Nearly everyone got an award at last night’s Time Out New York food awards, including Per Se for Best Splurge and A Voce for New Restaurant of the Year. But the Russian Tea Room for Best Reopening? Those manipulated blurbs must be working. [TONY] Talk about gross dereliction: The Department of Health, it turns out, ignored complaints about that KFC–Taco Bell for two months before sending an inspector — who did such a bad job that she would have been fired had she not just quit. [NYP]