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Let’s Dish with Food Network’s Biggest Stars: New Books, New Recipes, Classic Favorites!

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The holidays are upon us and it is time, once again, to begin planning that perfect meal for family and friends! This week at Booktrib, we’re dusting off our oven mits and getting down and dirty with food.  One of the best resources for cook of all levels is Food Network. Whether you are a fan of their many competitive shows like Chopped, or you prefer to watch stars like Trisha Yearwood create regional cuisine that will make you look forward to gaining a few pounds over the holidays, we have compiled the best new cookbooks from some of Food Network’s most innovative stars. With a host of different styles and approaches to food, you are bound to find a…

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Food TV: Cooking Competition Shows We Crave

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With the success of shows like Project Runway and America’s Next Top Model, competition television has become a staple in our modern viewing experience. And while I’m happy to watch people sew and pose as much as the next fashionista, my heart will always belong to one competition genre in particular: the cooking show. There’s something so addicting about watching chefs baste, frost, and freak out over the perfect dish. Sure, I can’t exactly eat the food they make, but that’s not really the point. I’m in it for the meltdowns, the triumphs, and the mouthwatering dishes I can almost taste from my living room. For all the rest of you television foodies out there, here are three shows —…

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