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Debuting Today: Bobby Flay Radio

Celebrity chefdom sure is far-reaching. Rachael Ray does daytime TV, Paula Deen dips candles, and now Bobby Flay is hosting a radio show.

Bobby Flay Radio debuts today on Sirius Satellite Radio. On the talk show, the chef will offer advice to men on dating and dressing, talk sports, and discuss current affairs. Oh, and talk about food. Explained the show's host:

Food transcends so much now. It's become so much part of lifestyle. How you eat, plate it, how you dress, and how you live all have a lot to do with one another.

Flay's wife, actress Stephanie March, will also make occasional cameos on the show.

Are you looking forward to another extension of Bobby Flay's brand, or do you think the chef, restaurateur, TV host, and food personality has a little too much on his plate?

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finzup finzup 7 years
So why would guys want to take style advice from him -- he's a food network TV chef, not a style guru!
finzup finzup 7 years
So why would guys want to take style advice from him -- he's a food network TV chef, not a style guru!
Spectra Spectra 7 years
Maybe he's just trying to branch out, like Rachael Ray did. Although, I'll admit, I don't think I'd take dating advice from him. And he's not exactly the best dresser out there either. Now if he had a show about cooking or if it were JUST about food, maybe I'd listen. I think with Rachael Ray, the branch-out talk show worked for her because she's not a pro chef and I think she's just more of a "people person" than a real cook, so she does the hostess thing really well.
NdHebert NdHebert 7 years
(woops, sent it twice!) (and I still would never listen to flays show for the record!)
NdHebert NdHebert 7 years
(woops, sent it twice!)(and I still would never listen to flays show for the record!)
NdHebert NdHebert 7 years
No way. My boyfriend and I are both chefs, have 1 car, and listen to satellite radio nonstop. I will never listen to this and I know my boyfriend wouldn't want to at all. The only person I can listen to on air religiously is Dr. Laura, but she knows her subject and thats all she talks about. Dr. Laura isnt telling me how to cook fish. Stick to your own subject Flay!
NdHebert NdHebert 7 years
No way. My boyfriend and I are both chefs, have 1 car, and listen to satellite radio nonstop. I will never listen to this and I know my boyfriend wouldn't want to at all. The only person I can listen to on air religiously is Dr. Laura, but she knows her subject and thats all she talks about. Dr. Laura isnt telling me how to cook fish. Stick to your own subject Flay!
NdHebert NdHebert 7 years
No way. My boyfriend and I are both chefs, have 1 car, and listen to satellite radio nonstop. I will never listen to this and I know my boyfriend wouldn't want to at all. The only person I can listen to on air religiously is Dr. Laura, but she knows her subject and thats all she talks about. Dr. Laura isnt telling me how to cook fish.Stick to your own subject Flay!
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
see - this is something that i don't understand. it would be one thing for him to have a show that focuses on cooking (which wouldn't necessarily translate well on radio) but to have dating and all that other stuff? i don't know if i'd really look to him for advice. (besides, the guy HAS been married 3x now)
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