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Food Network’s Molly Yeh Brings Her Dim Sum to Miami

Dim sum-body say roasted carrot steamed buns and dumplings with a side of milk tea tiramisu and cute bowtie pasta-patterned outfits?

Food Network television star, food blogger, best-selling cookbook author, and restaurant owner Molly Yeh is bringing her love of colorful desserts and delicious dim sum recipes to Miami at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival this weekend.

On Sunday, the host of Girl Meets Farm on the Food Network will host the now sold-out Champagne Dim Sum Brunch, one of several brunch events occurring this Sunday, February 25, at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival.

Yeh spoke to New Times‘ food editor Nicole Lopez-Alvar about the influence her Chinese-Ashkenazi heritage has on her cooking, her favorite memories at the festival (including the must-see photo of her daughter trying her very first ice cream with a fellow Food Network star), the delicious dessert she’s serving at her event, and her two favorite Miami restaurants she always has to grab a bite at while visiting sunny Miami.

For those who can’t make it to her event at Hutong Miami in Brickell this Sunday, there’s great news. Her dishes served at the event will remain on Hutong’s brunch menu

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Memphis soul food queen celebrates 3rd Food Network appearance

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Customers of Alcenia’s World Famous Soul Food gathered for a Food Network watch party Friday night.

Owner BJ Tamayo made his Double Decker Fish Sandwich for Guy Fieri’s Triple D Nation. It’s Tamayo’s second appearance on “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.”

The Memphis soul food legend has also competed on the popular show “Chopped.”

Tamayo points to The Double Decker Fish Sandwich in her cookbook. WREG photo.
Tamayo’s wall of fame at Alcenia’s on North Main. WREG photo.

“They came back on November 23, Triple D Nation. “It’s where they come back and see how the business is since they had been there the last time,” said Tamayo.

Alcenia’s opened in the Pinch District 26 years ago and is known for having some of the best soul food in Memphis, but Tamayo says the Food Network really put her on the map.

“It’s all over the world now. “So for people to be able to see you from all over the world and to have customers come from all over the world,” said Tamayo. “I just need Memphis to come out more. I have more people from out of Memphis than

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Guy Fieri Just Signed A $100 Million Deal With Food Network

Back in 2021, Guy Fieri signed a whopping $80 million deal with Food Network. And while we thought that was good, wait till you hear about his new contract.

Variety reports that the Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives host has inked a three-year deal with Food Network that’s valued at over $100 million. Not only does this mean more triple Ds on our TVs, but Fieri will also maintain his title as the channel’s highest-paid talent.

According to the outlet, Fieri’s new contract means he will officially hit his 20-year milestone with the Food Network while producing more Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, Guy’s Grocery Gamesand Tournament of Champions.

“Recognized everywhere he goes, there is only one Guy Fieri,” said Warner Bros. Discovery head of food content Betsy Ayala. “Guy’s love of food, restaurants, and the chefs behind the dishes, combined with his extraordinary passion for crafting series with stories that resonate make extending this partnership a clear choice in our mission to deliver to viewers more of what they love.”

Fieri will continue developing and producing projects as part of his Knuckle Sandwich production company. In addition to his TV projects, Guy has also opened 80 restaurants worldwide amidst

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Unveiling the Culinary World: A Glimpse into the Food Network

In the realm of gastronomy, where flavors dance and ingredients harmonize, one entity stands as a beacon of culinary excellence: the Food Network. Nestled within the vast landscape of television programming, this network transcends mere entertainment, weaving a tapestry of culinary education, inspiration, and innovation.

At its core, the Food Network is a bastion of culinary culture, where chefs metamorphose into storytellers, each dish narrating a tale of tradition, creativity, or fusion. With a kaleidoscope of shows ranging from high-stakes cooking competitions to heartwarming kitchen chronicles, the network offers a symphony of flavors to tantalize every palate.

Within the Food Network‘s gastronomic galaxy, one encounters luminaries of the culinary cosmos, their expertise illuminating screens worldwide. From the venerable Alton Brown to the effervescent Ina Garten, these culinary virtuosos share their knowledge with a passion that ignites the flames of culinary curiosity.

Venturing into the Food Network‘s programming repertoire, one encounters a cornucopia of culinary concepts, each as diverse as the ingredients they celebrate. From the intricacies of molecular gastronomy to the rustic charm of farm-to-table cuisine, the network serves as a portal into a world where culinary boundaries are continually pushed and redefined.

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Food Network launches New Culinary Poker Game Wildcard Kitchen

EXCLUSIVE: Food Network is placing its bet on a new eight-episode series called Wildcard Kitchenwhere fan-favorite chefs put their money where their mouth is during a high-stakes culinary card game.

In each episode, host Eric Adjepong takes over the test kitchen after hours with an exclusive invitation for three chefs to bring $5,000 to play across three hands of his underground culinary poker game. The competitors, who all know each other well, have scores to settle and personal stakes to lose as they battle to create dishes based on the cards they are dealt and bet using their own instincts and cold hard cash.

Chefs competing against each other include Chopped judges Maneet Chauhan, Brian Malarkey and Marc Murphy; Italian cuisine masters Gabriele Bertaccini, Rocco Dispirito and Antonia Lofaso; and best friends Stephanie Izard, Joe Sasto and Justin Sutherland. Guest judges include Anne Burrell, Esther Choi and Scott Conant.

The luck of the draw determines the dishes and cooking time, while wildcards deal unpredictable challenges into the mix that test the chefs like never before. Wildcard Kitchen Premieres March 12 at 9 pm ET.

Wildcard Kitchen makes viewers feel like they are behind-the-scenes for an exclusive late-night

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Abilene’s Elsie Stark finishes in top 5 of Kids Baking Show

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – Abilene native Elsie Stark baked her way into the top five on The Food Network’s Kids Baking Championship, and her time on the show was just a drop in the bucket of the young baker’s talents.

Elsie started helping out in the kitchen at just a year old, when her older brother had started a food business.

Since then, the now 11-year-old has found his passion in the spoonfuls of sugar and the heat of the oven. Christi stark, Elsie’s mom, told KTAB/KRBC once Elsie wanted to start her own business, that was when they knew she was making it for the kitchen.

“When she was really like one, two, three she would help put stuff in the mixer, she would want to be a part of it all, and then as she got older, she wanted to do more of it on her own. “I think when she started her business was when we realized she really had a passion for it because it’s a lot of work,” Stark said.

Elsie’s Awesomes Sweets & Treats was launched in 2021 when she was only eight years old.

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Food Network Host Accused Of Strangulation And Burglary

Celebrity chef and Food Network’s “Superchef Grudge Match” host Darnell Ferguson has pleaded not guilty to strangling a woman after he was arrested near Louisville, Kentucky, on Tuesday.

Ferguson is facing several charges, including burglary, strangulation and terroristic threatening, after he illegally entered a woman’s home on Jan. 2, theSt. Matthews Police Department said in a statement.

“In all our cases, we try to be transparent with the public and media,” the police department said in a statement, according to WHAS11, a local news outlet. “Given the sensitive nature of domestic violence incidents and the fact this is still an open investigation, we are restricted in the details which can be released regarding the circumstances and information about the victims.”

In court documents obtained by WHAS11, the woman told police that Ferguson began yelling at her and punched the walls before he wrapped his hands around her neck.

The woman said she lost consciousness during the attack and alleged that when she woke up, she saw Ferguson rip off her shorts. Police said Ferguson also took the woman’s credit card, debit card and ID before leaving her home.

The woman was granted an emergency protection order against Ferguson following the

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Tiverton restaurant back in the spotlight on new Food Network show

TIVERTON – This past fall, Food Network crews craving a seafood feast were back in Tiverton.

Now, celebrity host and restaurateur Guy Fieri’s latest stop at Evelyn’s Drive In will make its small screen debut next week.

The Mayor of Flavortown first journeyed to the Tiverton seafood spot over 15 years ago, spotlighting Evelyn’s in a Season 2 episode of his popular TV series “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.”

Fare at the waterfront summer destination was deemed so memorable, it warranted the Food Network star’s return visit this past September for his spinoff series “Triple D Nation,” in which Fieri circles back to some of his favorite restaurants previously featured on “Diners, Drive -Ins and Dives.”

Triple D Nation:Celebrity chef Guy Fieri returns for seconds at Evelyn’s Drive-in in Tiverton

Fieri and his crew filmed the upcoming Evelyn’s segment Sept. 15 during a mini tour of Rhode Island, which also included stops at Crazy Burger Cafe & Juice Bar in Narragansett and Italian Corner in East Providence.

That footage will be included in Season 5, Episode 12 of “Triple D Nation” titled “From Steak to Seafood,” slated to air Friday, Feb. 9, at 9 pm on the Food Network.

Evelyn's Drive In on Main Road in Tiverton, RI

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Memphis restaurant StickEM featured on Food Network

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis restaurant will be spotlighted on a popular Food Network show Friday night.

StickEM restaurant on Madison Avenue will be featured on Guy Fieri’s “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives.” Fieri made a trip to taste StickEM’s popular kabobs.

Friday morning, owner Ermyias Shiberou was hard at work preparing for a full house. Tables were empty, but at 8 pm Friday, they’ll be filled for a watch party.

“I kept getting emails that I thought were fake but I finally responded and went from there,” Shiberou said.

This comes a week after Memphis soul food queen BJ Tamayo and her restaurant Alcenia made their second appearance on the show. Tamayo also appeared on Food Network’s “Chopped.”

“It was kind of nice to be acknowledged for something I love doing and it was a good opportunity to represent me, my family, and the city,” Shiberou said.

It’s not easy to maintain a restaurant, especially for nearly a decade. Just last week Memphis culinary legend and “Chopped” champion Chef Tam announced his Memphis restaurant closure.

“Not having revenue, not having staffing, closed for bad weather,” Shiberou said. “And we’re still here.”

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Several Memphis restaurants featured on Food Network

Restaurant owners say with the national spotlight comes a boost in revenue.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — You don’t have to look too far to find a good restaurant in Memphis, and the Food Network is once again taking notice.

In 2024, several Memphis restaurants have been or will be featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives: Triple D Nation.

On Friday, Feb. 9, you may have seen Chef Betty Joyce “BJ” Chester-Tamayo serve Guy Fieri a fish sandwich at Alcenia’s on Triple D Nation.

“I have people coming from London saying, ‘I saw you on there,’” said Chester-Tamayo.

She takes pride in her restaurant and its customer service.

“You come in a stranger, but when you leave Alcenia’s doors, we’re all family,” said Chester-Tamayo.

She is no stranger to the spotlight. She has been on Food Network several times and said each time she saw an uptick in restaurant customers and online merchandise sales.

“Valentine’s Day was one of the busiest that I’ve had in a long time. We sell products online, so I’ve had several different orders, some as much as $200. And I know because it happened right after the show,” said Chester-Tamayo.

And she isn’t the only one.