The Edible Airwaves: How to Cook for Television
Mario Batali, Chef, Molto Mario, Mario Eats Italy, and Ciao America
Alton Brown, Chef, Good Eats
Giada De Laurentiis, Chef, Everyday Italian
Bob Tuschman, Senior Vice President, Programming & Production, Food Network
Brooke Bailey Johnson, President, Food Network
Jeffrey Steingarten, Food Critic, Vogue; Author, The Man Who Ate Everything
Since launching in 1993, the Food Network has enlightened and engaged viewers with its how-to approach to the culinary arts?be it corn bread and barbecue or a delectable lobster thermidor?and its innovative home and lifestyle programming. Its sizzling lineup of on-air personalities have helped to usher in the era of the celebrity chef. Join a panel of Food Network all-stars as they give the dish on what makes their network one of cable's most popular destinations.
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Added by Remy on January 16, 2005