Food Network Tries a New Recipe: Junk Food and Kitchen CompetitionsBy
The Food Network’s coming out of a tough year during which viewership dropped 7 percent and embattled host Paula Deen’s career melted like butter on a hot biscuit. The channel’s answer: a new line of programming stuffed with the high-energy, high-chaos reality-TV format of gladiatorial cooking.
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