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The Not-So-Amateur Gourmet Joins Food Network

Adam Roberts, everyone's favorite Amateur Gourmet is getting his own online show. Called The FN Dish, the weekly show is a behind-the-scenes look at what's going on at the Food Network. It'll also cover food-related ideas, recipes, and stories that Adam finds exciting.

In his first few episodes, he interviews all the big Food Network stars. It's a little fan gushy, but not too much, and I really am looking forward to seeing what he cooks up, especially his coverage of the South Beach Food & Wine Festival. If you're interested to see what Adam whips up behind the scenes of Food Network then check out the first episode of The FN Dish just

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ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i guess they are trying to do what E! and other networks do. maybe it'll bring up the network ratings - but i don't know. it's not like it's really going to bring much added value to everything.
talktotisha talktotisha 8 years
That's AWESOME!!!!! Haven't read AM.com lately ...but luv luv luv Adam!
andrennabird andrennabird 8 years
adam is so genuine and sweet. i'm so glad the food network saw his enthusiasm for food and offered him a small spot. yay!
celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 8 years
this guy's so cooool! i love his recipes :)
AmberHoney AmberHoney 8 years
Love the Food Network - always looking for new shows.
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