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    Food Network welcomes restaurant owner Ed Canlon to a new reality cooking show |The Dish

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Here we are for another taste of The Dish. See it weekly live, broadcast from the Staten Island Advance/SILIVE.com’s Facebook page, or get a dose of it in a “rerun” later in the day. The on-the-spot presentation dishes on the borough’s dynamic food industry and takes a behind-the-scenes look at some of the unique eats in our community at 9 a.m. each Wednesday. Give a big “hello” to Ed Canlon, owner of Canlon’s Restaurant in Oakwood. This Chopped! Champ will return to Food Network. On Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 10 p.m. Canlon will be featured  

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    Netflix reworks leftovers with reality game show | Food and Cooking

    “If the audience can walk away and go back to their fridge and say, ‘Hey, I’m not going to throw this away, I’m actually going to make something amazing out of it,’ then we did our job,” says So. The show arrives during a time when viewers have had to adjust to ordering takeout during the pandemic and at the end of holiday feasts. “The timing couldn’t be more perfect,” says the show’s host, actress-musician Jackie Tohn, who starred in the TV series “GLOW” and is a self-described “leftover queen.” “We can’t go to restaurants and all we can do  

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    Netflix reworks leftovers with food-based reality game show

    TribLIVE’s Daily and Weekly email newsletters deliver the news you want and information you need, right to your inbox. Just in time for anyone facing a heaving, post-holiday refrigerator comes a TV show about what to do with all those dubious dishes — leftovers. Each episode of the food game show “Best Leftovers Ever!” on Netflix sees three skilled cooks make new dishes out of already made dishes, hoping to walk away with $10,000. “People think leftovers is just reheating your food. It’s not just reheating your food. Get creative with it. You could always create new and better things  

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    From food truck to chophouse, local chef sees dream turn into reality – Salisbury Post

    KANNAPOLIS — When Carlos Hernandez was 10 years old, his mother gave him some advice: learn how to cook. Since Hernandez’s mother worked long hours during the day and couldn’t cook for him, he didn’t have a choice besides accepting her suggestion. Hernandez, born and raised in Mexico, began to master his mother’s recipes and cook meals for himself and his younger sister. At first, cooking was only a daily necessity for Hernandez, but when he went to culinary school as a teenager, preparing food became a career option. After graduating from cooking school, Hernandez moved to the Charlotte area  

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