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Each week on Food Network Obsessed, host Jaymee Sire sits down with your favorite chefs, food influencers and Food Network personalities to dish on all things delicious in the food world. From exclusive behind-the-scenes stories, first (and worst) jobs in food, to cooking fails and culinary triumphs, no topic is off the menu. Whether you’re a super-fan of Food Network or a super foodie you’re going to want to hear this!Want even more Food Network? Head to discovery+ to stream some of your fa ...
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Noah Cappe provides a glimpse into his latest culinary venture, Best Bite in Town, masterminded by Guy Fieri. He delves into the show's captivating premise, where he and esteemed celebrity chefs embark on a quest to unearth the ultimate culinary treasures in various locales, shining a spotlight on hidden gem eateries. Cappe shares captivating detai…
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Chef Kevin Lee discusses his unexpected journey in Tournament of Champions, emerging as a surprise contender after years of being a backup. He offers a glimpse into the exhilarating realm of culinary competitions, drawing from his experiences on shows like Guy's Grocery Games and Alex vs America to navigate the challenges of TOC with finesse. Lee t…
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Chef Tobias Dorzon discusses how his competitive nature from football seamlessly translated into competitive kitchens, where he thrives on the rush of creating fine meals under pressure. Having appeared on several episodes of Guy's Grocery Games and Tournament of Champions, Tobias reflects on the importance of representation and being a role model …
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Chef Crista Luedtke discusses how her journey on the Food Network has evolved over the years, revealing the inner workings of her competitive spirit and the profound influence of her upbringing in a bustling household led by a single mother. Crista recounts her thrilling experiences on culinary battlegrounds like Guy's Grocery Games and Tournament …
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Eric Adjepong reminisces about his unforgettable culinary experiences alongside celebrities like Selena Gomez and A-Rod, offering insights into the unique dynamics of cooking with celebrities. Reflecting on his recent endeavors, Eric underscores the value of shedding fear and drama to focus on personal evolution and well-being. He proudly showcases…
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Rodrigo delves into the roots of his culinary journey, tracing it back to the influential presence of his grandmother whose aromatic dishes and flavorful creations defined his childhood memories. He fondly recalls the early lessons in ingredient appreciation and culinary techniques, particularly emphasizing the pivotal moment when he mastered the a…
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Chef Martel Stone shares his reaction to being named a Food Network Hotlister and shares his goals for the year. He talks about his first opportunity to compete on television and how it ignited his dormant competitive spirit. Martel talks about the aquatic ingredient that still haunts him and his strategy on Guy’s Grocery Games when it comes to the…
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Chef Nini Nguyen delves into her experience competing in the Tournament of Champions, from taking on the Randomizer to meeting Guy Fieri. She reminisces about her early food memories, describing trips to the farmer's markets in Vietnam alongside her grandmother and crafting memorable meals together. With a passion for blending her Vietnamese herita…
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2024 Food Network Hot Lister, Pyet DeSpain, reflects on her first steps into the Tournament of Champions arena and her initial impressions of Guy Fieri. She discusses her unique take on a classic PB&J, a dish that her grandfather would prepare for her, sparking her inspiration in the kitchen. Pyet shares early memories of sorting beans and cutting …
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Chef Carla Hall shares some of the exciting ventures she has embarked on since her last appearance, including her new show on Max, Chasing Flavor. She provides insight into what viewers can expect as they join her in tracing the origin of popular dishes. The genesis of the show, sparked during an animated dinner party conversation with friends, com…
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Chef Zoe Adjonyoh discusses her culinary venture, Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, and its successful 13-year-run. She delves into the heart of her cookbook of the same name, Zoe's Ghana Kitchen, emphasizing its unique perspective that beautifully intertwines Ghanaian and Irish cultures. Drawing inspiration from Ghanaian cuisine, Zoe underscores the significan…
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Chef Claudette Zepeda takes a nostalgic journey through her impressive 23-year culinary career, reminiscing on breaking bread with family and engaging in lively discussions about upcoming meals. Claudette cites the resilient women in her family as early culinary inspirations, including her resourceful grandmother and aunt managing a restaurant with…
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Chef Christian Petroni recounts some of the most memorable moments since his last appearance on the podcast. He reflects on his culinary influences, shaped by growing up in the Bronx alongside his Italian parents to visiting the island of Ponza as a child. Christian reveals the joy of connecting with his favorite chefs in real-time through social m…
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Chef Kenneth Temple recounts his experience of being cast on Chopped and clinching the victory. Kenneth reveals how attending culinary school on a whim led to his early ambitions of becoming a private chef and crafting healthier meals. The chef describes the unique challenges and rewards of being a private chef and adapting his cooking style to cat…
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While Food Network Obsessed is off for the holiday, we're leaving you with an episode of Cooked and Booked, a new podcast from Food Network. Listen to episode 1, NYC's Ice Cream Truck Turf War here, and follow Cooked and Booked wherever you get your podcasts. Sunny Anderson hosts Cooked and Booked, the podcast where food and true crime get blitzed,…
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Cake artist Ashley Holt reveals how she coined her nickname, Sugar Monster. She recounts the moment when she transitioned from the world of modeling to the realm of cake artistry, driven by her passion for both sculpting and baking. Ashley reflects on her first cake creation for her brother's birthday. She provides a glimpse into her daily life, in…
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Christine Tobin, food stylist for Julia, reminisces on her childhood memories of Julia Child. She vividly recalls recreating the chef’s dishes in her family kitchen, surrounded by passionate home cooks. The New England resident reflects on the profound influence that Julia had in her city. Christine shares how she draws inspiration from Julia’s leg…
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Chef Jeff Mauro returns with his top five moments from the past two years, from hosting Worst Cooks in America to starting his band, Jewel Bags. Jeff mentions his own podcast with his sister and some of his favorite moments they’ve captured so far, including an exchange of ghost stories with Trisha Yearwood. The Chicago native candidly shares his t…
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YouTube star Rosanna Pansino reveals the origins of Nerdy Nummies, inspired by her pride in embracing her inner nerd. She reflects on how her passion for baking blossomed, nurtured by her parents' encouragement for "functional hobbies" that not only strengthened family bonds but also kindled her creativity. Rosanna shares the realization of a decad…
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Social media star Carolina Gelen showcases her multilingualism, saying “hello” in five different languages. She reflects on her Romanian roots, reminiscing particularly on their produce and bread. She shares her decision to move to the United States, fueled by her passion for a culinary career. Carolina fondly remembers making donuts with her mothe…
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Food blogger Amy Kritzer Becker recounts her journey of striking a harmonious balance between preserving Jewish culinary traditions and modernizing them with a twist. She recalls being a kid amidst the bustling kitchen of her family, where she took her first steps in crafting rugelach and blintzes. Amy shares that her initial vision for her blog, W…
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Chef Franco Noriega shares his biggest influences in his culinary journey, ranging from his restaurateur parents to his Peruvian nanny. Franco recounts how observing his parents manage several bakeries in Peru instilled in him the importance of effective leadership, which he now applies to his own restaurants. Reflecting on his earlier years as a c…
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Iron Chef Jose Garces dishes on his run on Tournament of Champions and answers how he would feel about returning to the challenge. He reveals the personal quality that he attributes to his success in his career as a restaurateur and competitive chef. The James Beard Award winner shares how he finds inspiration in traveling and incorporates that int…
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Viral TikTokker Owen Han reflects on his first viral video and how he found his niche as the sandwich king. He dishes on the key to capturing the perfect TikTok, from the best ASMR sounds to the importance of the first three seconds of content. The USC graduate shares that it was always his hope to work with food, for his alternate career plan was …
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In honor of his new show Battle of the Decades, Jonathan Bennett reflects back on the decades that raised him. Jonathan reveals that some of his earliest food memories revolve around Campbell’s soup and Applebee’s lemonade. The actor shares what it’s like for him to witness the revival of fashion staples that he grew up with from the 80s. He shares…
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Food critic Troy Johnson details his start in the entertainment industry from an indie-rock TV show to a San Diego Padres pre-game show. Troy reveals how he set out to conquer his fear of public speaking in college and came out of the other side with a degree in poetry. The San Diego native talks about living in the city he grew up in and how that …
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Food blogger Meiko Temple dishes on her shift from corporate America to content creator and the skills she had to massage to take her content to the next level. The Dallas resident discusses her thought process during recipe development, leaning in to what her friends need out of food. She talks about pulling inspiration from her grandmother who ta…
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Content creator Samah Dada talks about the evolution of how cataloging her meals turned into a full time venture with @DadaEats. Samah describes her “accidental” cooking style and how she incorporates her plant-based lifestyle with the flavors of her Indian heritage. She talks about her most significant culinary influences and minimal approach to m…
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Chef Antonia Lofaso returns to talk all things summer and Beachside Brawl. Antonia reflects on her childhood summers in Long Island, sharing fond memories of throwing block parties and shooting off fireworks. Having lived on both coasts, Antonia shares some of the key differences between East and West Coast food. Antonia reveals how she adapts her …
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Executive chef Carlos Anthony shares the details of his recent engagement and how his mentor, Brian Malarkey, helped make it happen. Carlos shares how growing up in a Hispanic home inspired his love of cooking and the techniques he uses in the kitchen. The Tucson native reflects on his hometown as he has witnessed it grow into a culinary destinatio…
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James Beard Award-winning chef, southern pitmaster, restaurateur and judge on BBQ Brawl, Rodney Scott dishes on his secret sauce to success. He unpacks how his craft was born out of a middle school basketball rivalry and the weekly family tradition of cooking whole hogs that he inherited. From backyard cookouts feeding his big family to neighborhoo…
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Chef Eddie Jackson returns to update listeners on what he’s been up to for the past few years and how his new show, Outchef’d, came about. Eddie describes what it’s like to trick home chefs into thinking they are at an audition when really, they are going to have to cook against a world-renowned chef. He reveals some of the craziest reactions on th…
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Private chef Natalia Rosario shares her experience starring in and winning the first season of Ciao House. Natalia reflects on an injury that threatened her culinary career, revealing why she now considers it one of the best things to happen to her. She compares her time working in a Michelin-Star restaurant to her current role, as a private chef. …
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Father, chef, restaurateur and Beachside Brawl West Coast Captain Brian Malarkey talks about his many titles and how his cowboy upbringing influenced his style of cooking. He shares early memories of wrangling, befriending and serving cattle for supper as a child on a hundred acre ranch. Brian reveals the unique way he rebelled and how growing up e…
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Film noir virtuoso, mixologist and writer Eddie Muller sets the stage for his lifelong passion of storytelling and cultural conversations. The San Francisco-born renaissance man reflects on changes the city has experienced before his eyes, from a blue collar small town to an art-inspired explosion of creativity. He reveals his and his wife’s secret…
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James Beard Award-nominee, chef and cookbook author Lee Anne Wong introduces listeners to her restaurant, Koko Head Cafe. She shares what inspired her to launch the concept in Tokyo and Honolulu and the destinations’ appeal. The New York native spills unique challenges and advantages that come with running businesses in Hawaii and Japan. Then, she …
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Critically-acclaimed pastry chef Paola Velez shares the interesting story of her opera scholarship and the moment she knew she wanted to dive into baking full-time. Paola talks about her many accolades over the years and shares her biggest fear when it comes to success. She shares the story behind creating the world’s largest bake sale and why soci…
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Harvard graduate, entrepreneur and chef, Nick DiGiovanni dishes on his plans to break his ninth Guinness World Record. The philanthropist reflects on his favorite one yet, a wholesome holiday donation that made a massive impact. Nick shares what led him to create the first-ever sustainable food major at his Ivy League school. While crafting curricu…
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Award-winning Venezuelan chef Adriana Urbina shares her inspiring story about immigrating to the states to pursue her passion for holistic nutrition. She explains the influence her home has on the flavors and textures she incorporates in her recipes and gives fans a taste of traditional Venezuelan dishes. Adriana shares her favorite memories from t…
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Challenger chef, judge and the owner of Mŏkbar, Esther Choi shares her introduction to the culinary world and mission to celebrate Korean culture through her craft. She reflects on her initial introduction to Food Network and treasured memories made while cooking with her grandmother. Chef Esther emphasizes the value of cooking with fresh, homegrow…
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Italian chef, writer and television personality Gabe Bertaccini dishes on his experience hosting the first season of Ciao House. Chef Gabe compares his craft to the art of storytelling and details his mission to share the mouthwatering flavors of his culture with a broader audience. He opens up about the added pressures and purpose that he felt rep…
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Pop-up restaurateur, culinary show competitor and Jersey Shore chef, Britt Rescigno dives into the roots of her nickname, the “Angry Italian.” The intense chef opens up about the rush she felt stepping onto her first set kitchen, her competitive background and family ties to food. Caught red handed with a Ratatouille tat, Britt shares the special m…
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Interior architect, designer and television host, Taniya Nayak joins us to share how she achieves the unimaginable on Restaurant: Impossible. She reveals how she and her husband began their successful professional partnership and gives fans a glimpse inside their dinner dates, which double as strategic meetings to inspire future concepts. Taniya sh…
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Henry Laporte, the viral TikTokker “Salt Hank,” shares how he went from doom scrolling during the pandemic to being featured on Crack an Egg With. Hank dishes on his decision to quit his marketing job and pursue a career as a culinary content creator when his first video went viral. Famously capturing attention with a satisfying crunch and holding …
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Award-winning chef, Food Network Hot Lister and half of the power team who launched Beto & Son, Julian Rodarte stars in this episode. He credits his abuelita’s resourceful culinary skills and his father’s food artistry for inspiring his success. Julian reveals what it took to get his mentor to support his dreams and when he began pursuing this pass…
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Award-winning chef, restaurateur and creator of several food lines, Stephanie Izard takes us on a culinary exploration of entrepreneurship. On a mission to create pleasant and inviting experiences for her diners, she’s opened seven unique restaurants in Chicago and LA that bring international flavors to upscale, casual dining tables. She shares the…
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Seattle-based chef Shota Nakajima talks about how he processes achievements, like making the Food Network Hotlist, and how he tends to take things one day at a time. Shota describes how the Pacific Northwest shaped his culinary perspective and how he enjoys being in nature to forage for ingredients and clear his mind. He shares how he fell in love …
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Chef JJ Johnson shares how his family nurtured his passion for food and why he decided to pursue culinary school. JJ talks about his time studying in Ghana and falling in love with West African cuisine. He shares his affection for rice and why you can explore most every culture through their rice dishes. JJ explains why he wants to become the Micha…
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Chef Rocco DiSpirito reminisces on his time as an executive chef in the early nineties and how reviews and critics could make or break an establishment. Rocco talks about how social media has leveled the restaurant review playing field and how the New York City food landscape has evolved over the past few decades. He talks about his early food memo…
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Michelin-trained chef turned TikTok sensation, Poppy O’Toole opens up about her rise to viral fame and how her decision to move back in with her parents during the pandemic inspired her to pivot career paths. The “Potato Queen” details her decade-long culinary ascension from making tea in a retirement home to working in a pub, that eventually led h…
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