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Food Network Producer Was 70

David E. Hoffman, TV writer, author and creator of Food Network shows such as “The Best Thing I Ever Ate,” ed Jan. 3 at his home in West Hollywood. He had been battling glioblastoma for six months.

As a producer, Hoffman created and executive produced the Food Network shows “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” and “The Best Thing I Ever Made,” showcasing national food and recipes. Aside from his work in food, Hoffman also wrote for television shows such as “Matlock,” “Diagnosis: Murder” and “ABC AfterSchool Specials.”

He also served as a feature lifestyle reporter exploring trends and popular culture on morning shows in Los Angeles on both ABC and FOX, a stint with “Good Morning America,” and appearances on “The View.”

Hoffman was also the author of “The Joy of Pigging Out,” in which he provided recommendations for best places to eat across the country and also reflected on the happiness that comes with eating. From “The Joy of Pigging Out,” Hoffman developed a $2.5 million licensing campaign complete with mugs, magnets and T-shirts — showing a keen business sense in addition to praiseworthy taste.

Originally from Richmond, Va. and a Los Angeles resident for 50 years, Hoffman’s

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Filming for Food Network’s ‘The Great Food Truck Race’ continues in Ocean Springs

OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. (WLOX) – The Shed in Ocean Springs is no stranger to the Food Network, having been featured in programs before.

However, on Wednesday at The Shed, all eyes were on the food truck contestants. Pro wrestlers were added to the recipe to encourage teamwork.

“We are going to get fed at The Shed, our trucks are here today, and we have also some pro wrestlers, so it’s going to be this fun meet and greet with everybody. The food trucks are some of the best we’ve ever had in the history of the race, the food is fantastic.”, says Chef Tyler Florence, the host of the show.

Max Caster and Anthony Bowens, better known as “The Acclaimed,” and “The Gunns” brothers Colten and Austin Gunn were split up to support different trucks throughout the day.

“The two we were working with, seemed delicious, smelled great, looked great…,” said Colten Gunn.

“We’re going to greet, we’re going to meet, and we’re going to eat, and I’m very excited for that,” said Max Caster.

The Shed is one of the many stops for the show.

“So, season 17 is going to be so much fun because we are hitting