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    Hey, maybe he and JAG from the last season of The Next Food Network Star can team up and do . . . uhhh . . . something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellen;2820566;
    Hey, maybe he and JAG from the last season of The Next Food Network Star can team up and do . . . uhhh . . . something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellen;2820566;
    Hey, maybe he and JAG from the last season of The Next Food Network Star can team up and do . . . uhhh . . . something.
    Oooo, snap!

    I am kinda shocked about this whole thing with Robert Irvine. My sister and cousin will cry though, since they are in love with him and his muscles, lol!!

    So much for him showing up at the Fabulous Food Show next year. At least that's what my sister was dreaming of!!

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    my hubby is going to be ticked. He loves Dinner: Impossible.
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    Re: Food Network

    Awww, Giada had her baby girl!!!!


    Giada De Laurentiis has baby girl!
    TODAY contributor and celebrity chef delivers first child in Los Angeles

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    Giada DeLaurentiis, the celebrity chef and a fixture in the TODAY Show kitchen, gave birth to a baby girl on Saturday in Los Angeles.

    Jade Marie De Laurenttis Thompson weighed in at 5 lbs, 13 oz. when she entered the world at 4:38 p.m. ET, five days before her anticipated arrival.

    She is the first child for De Laurentiis, 37, and her husband of five years, clothing designer Todd Thompson, 44.


    De Laurentiis told TODAYShow.com last month that one of the hardest things she had to get used to during her pregnancy was fatigue.

    Her busy schedule for TODAY and the Food Network would make anyone tired, but DeLaurentiis was struck by how dramatically her energy level dropped in the late afternoons.

    “I feel awesome in the morning, but around four or five o’clock my energy crumbles,” she said at the time.

    De Laurentiis announced the pregnancy on TODAY in November, admitting that she was as surprised as anyone and that her husband was "freaked out," in a good way.

    The granddaughter of famed film producer Dino De Laurentiis, Giada De Laurentiis is the star of Food Networks’ “Everyday Italian,” and the author of the best-selling book of the same name.

    She has authored two other cookbooks, “Giada’s Family Dinners” and “Everyday Pasta,” published last April. She’s cooked with Bobby Flay on “Iron Chef America,” and appears regularly on TODAY.
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    It's kind of a shame about Robert Irvine, but I suppose life does have a way of catching up to you when you least expect it. He seems to be a fine chef, so it's really too bad he felt the need to enhance his resume, especially with things that can so easily be checked. I'm sure he'll land on his feet, since he does have talent, but hopefully he'll let his talent speak in place of falsified entries on a resume, now.

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    Congratulations, Giada & Todd!
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    I've been watching the Food Network more and more and I really love their weekday afternoon block of shows for their Countdown to dinner here in Canada.

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    I can't STAND Robert Irvine. I tried to watch a couple Dinner Impossibles, but he is so arrogant and rude. Seems like from what I read, he got what he deserved for lying like that. Good riddance to him.

    As for Anthony Bourdain, I have read his books and they are GREAT. I love him. He is snarky and fun. I watch No Reservations on the Travel channel with him all the time.

    We don't watch Iron Chef America either as it is a cheap imitation of the classic Japanese one.

    I do love Alton Brown, Ina Garten and Giada. I can't stand Rachael Ray, Mario Batali or Bobby Flay.
    And I like Paula Deen, but hate her show Paula's Party. Someone needs to tone her down a bit. She's ok on her regular show though.

    Ace of Cakes is probably my FAVORITE food show now. I LOVE Geoff. He never gets excited about anything or mad. I just love the way he talks and the stuff he says. To me he's a hilarious "straight" man to Duff's comedian side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;2882478;
    . . . As for Anthony Bourdain, I have read his books and they are GREAT. I love him. He is snarky and fun. . . .
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