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The Next Food Network Star

  1. TV Land
    The Next Food Network Star Casting in BurbankYour entree into the glamorous world of television begins at The Burbank Airport Marriott.
  2. Mediavore
    Kellogg’s Warned Over Possible Listeria Contamination; Plaxico Pigs Out at PrimeThe cereal giant gets a warning by the FDA, while the NFL player is back and ready to forget about prison food.
  3. Openings
    Healthy Bites To Go Opens TomorrowA new market and cafe from the Next Food Network Star contestant
  4. Menus
    What to Eat in Gyenari’s New Korean Beer Garden, Open ThursdayGyenari unveils a new patio this week with its own special menu.
  5. Board at Work
    New Haveners Hit Boston; Desperately Seeking Duk BokgiPlus: what to do when you’re a Food Network addict, and the best coffee ever, all in our weekly message board roundup.
  6. TV Land
    You Could Be the Next Star of The Next Food Network StarTryouts for the new season are tomorrow.
  7. Foodievents
    Debbie Lee Takes Over Gyenari this SundayRoot for Debbie Lee, or at least eat her food this Sunday.
  8. Food TV
    Be the Star of The Next Food Network StarThe casting call is on July 31.
  9. Food TV
    Meet the New York Contestants on The Next Food Network StarBrett likes Bourdain; Proietti praises Morimoto. Does either have an edge?
  10. FoodTV
    You Are SO Ready to Be ‘The Next Food Network Star’It’s casting time — your shot to be marginally famous among a niche group for a short period of time! Live the dream.
  11. Mediavore
    $2K Tables in the Hamptons; Ex-Cons to Serve You Booze Soon?Plus details about Kenny Shopsin’s cookbook, why Dale cried on ‘Top Chef’ last week, and more, in our morning roundup of news and gossip.
  12. Mediavore
    Provence Chef Pink-Slipped; Pichet Ong to Open Cupcake ShopChef Lynn McNeely has been handed a pink slip after mixed reviews at the new Provence; no word on who the next chef might be. [Eater] Related: Provence Redux [NYM] Pichet Ong is opening a cupcake store next to P*ONG. “Vanilla, chocolate, yuzu and cinnamon will be my staples,” he says. “I want to add a little salt & spice to my take on them.” [Restaurant Girl] A tale of two bakeries under Health Department scrutiny: one, Magnolia, plays nice; the other, Delices de Paris in Park Slope, kicks back. Guess which one ends up closing. [NYO]
  13. Mediavore
    Pastis Atop Zagat Nightlife Ratings; City Trans-Fat Seminar FlopsPastis sits atop Zagat’s just-released nightlife rankings, with Buddha Bar, Balthazar, and Spice Market following close behind. [NYDN] The city invited 33,000 restaurant and food-supply workers to attend their trans-fat seminar, and only 20 showed up. Half of them were city employees. [NYP] Maybe Tony Bourdain doesn’t hate The Next Food Network Star as much as he makes out. Today brings another suspiciously obsessive-sounding post by the acerbic chef-author. [Ruhlman]
  14. Mediavore
    Restaurants Sue to Keep Calorie Info Out of Sight; Online Reservations DominateThe New York State Restaurant Association sues the city to stop having to reveal calorie information. [Nation’s Restaurant News] The days of making, and keeping, reservations off-line are over: OpenTable has come to dominate the restaurant business. [NYT] In a Times op-ed, the Zagats plead for real regional Chinese cooking to come and save us from egg foo yong. It would be a revelation, they say — “Imagine … what it would be like to discover for the first time Memphis-style barbecue, New York deli food, soul food and Creole, Tex-Mex, Southwestern, California and Hawaiian cuisines all at once.” [NYT]
  15. Mediavore
    ‘Next Food Network Star’ Contestant Accused of Fudging Past; ScottEx-Marine Josh Adam Garcia, one of the standout contestants on The Next Food Network Star, is accused of lying about both his military service and graduating from cooking school. [Marine Corps Times] Scott Conant has Miami and New York projects on the horizon. And his go-to restaurants in New York are Daniel, Café Boulud, Daisy May’s, Blue Smoke, and Tsushima. [RG] Some food-world heavy hitters recollect their greatest meat moments, as a follow-up to yesterday’s Times story about the fatty times we live in. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]