Paula Deen received a standing ovation and thunderous applause from her audience of 1,500 fans at the Metropolitan Cooking & Entertainment Show in Houston on Saturday.
In her first public appearance since news broke that she’d used the N-word, and was subsequently fired from the Food Network, Deen broke down on the stage.
“These are tears of joy, y’all,” the celebrity chef cried. “I’ve said all… Continue reading ‘I’m Back!’ Paula Deen Cries ‘Tears of Joy’ At Texas Cooking Show
Well, folks, we’ve got no more excuses. The queen of culinary perfection, Martha Stewart, is set to teach us how to cook like real chefs, starting with the basics and working our way up, with her new show, “Martha Stewart’s Cooking School,” premiering Saturday, Oct. 6, on PBS (check local listings).
“I love to teach, and PBS came to me looking for a real cooking show… Continue reading 'Martha Stewart's Cooking School': 'I think I can carry on where Julia [Child] left off'
Charlize Theron keeps the jokes coming in the newest installment of Moviefone’s Unscripted for “Snow White and the Huntsman.”
In this clip, “SWATH” star Kristen Stewart asks Theron what meal she would make if she wanted to impress someone. (Theron appeared on “Top Chef” earlier this year.) Always the jester, Charlize jokingly instructs K-Stew to “try [asking that] again with a little more enthusiasm.”
Eventually, the Oscar winner informs
Sunday is the fourth episode of Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-off. I haven’t seen any footage from it. I don’t know which team wins, though I can make a rather educated guess. But I do know what the food tastes like, and that long lines of hungry extras were hidden from camera. I can tell you that a bored production assistant picked a zit on her chin, using her iPhone… Continue reading What It's Like to See the Sausage Being Made on a Reality Cooking Show
Review in a Hurry: An entertaining adaptation of Kathryn Stockett‘s bestseller, this early ’60s, Mississippi-set dramedy follows three seemingly different women writing one tell-all book about black maids working for white families. Despite some Hollywood touches, The Help gets big help from its solid cast, namely Viola Davis.… Continue reading Movie Review: Like Good Southern Cooking, The Help Comforts & Satisfies