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Anthony Anderson Eats America for Food Network

Anthony Anderson

To call Anthony Anderson a foodie is a bit of an understatement. The 43-year-old actor has competed on Food Network's Chopped, judged episodes of Iron Chef America, and has vowed to go to culinary school. "Within the next couple of years," Anderson specifies. "The kids will be off at college, the bills will be paid, and I won't have to worry about anything except how I'm gonna make this Alfredo sauce from scratch." So when Food Network was pitched the idea to tour the U.S. in search of the nation's coolest food festivals, they had the perfect host in mind. "I said, 'That's right up my alley, let's make that happen,'" Anderson recalls. The result is Eating America With Anthony Anderson, which premieres Monday, July 28 at 9/8c.  

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Which Reality Show Is Sara Ramirez's Favorite? She Tells All in Her Watchlist

Sara Ramirez

Sara Ramirez stars on one of television's most popular fictional dramas, but when she watches TV, it's all about reality.

"I love cooking competitions like Chopped," the Grey's Anatomy star says in her celebrity Watchlist video. "I really love So You Think You Can Dance."

Check out more of Ramirez's favorite shows below!

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Ted Allen Engaged to Partner of 20 Years

Ted Allen, Barry Rice

Ted Allen celebrated Wednesday's landmark Supreme Court ruling by announcing a milestone of his own: The Chopped host is engaged to his longtime partner Barry Rice!

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Watercooler: Are Sundays TV's Best Night?

Leslie Bibb

For a day of rest, Sundays sure are exhausting.

Not that we're complaining, but good Lord! Things were already crowded with regular network offerings like The Amazing Race, two hours of Celebrity Apprentice, the final run of Desperate Housewives and our new addiction, GCB (which ran delicious back-to-back episodes last night). Then the TV gods went and brought back read more

Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs: Who Should Win? Vote!

Elizabeth Falkner, Geoffrey Zakarian

It's an East Coast-West Coast battle when Chefs Elizabeth Falkner and Geoffrey Zakarian go head to head to determine who wins the fourth season of The Next Iron Chef on Sunday (9/8c, Food Network).

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Exclusive Chopped All-Stars Finale Peek: Which Chef Will Make the Cut?

Anne Burrell

After four grueling matches, it's come down to this:  Chopped will crown its all-star champ, who, in addition to bragging rights, will receive $50,000 for the charity of their choice.

It's been an intense and entertaining competition so far with many chefs underestimating the time limit, unique mystery ingredients and back-to-back challenges. Only four chefs remain: Michael Proietti, Anne Burrell, Nate Appleman and Aaron Sanchez.

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Tonight's TV Hot List: Sunday, June 14, 2009

True Blood

True Blood
9 pm/ET HBO
Just when you thought it was safe to go out at night again, the vampire drama that generated so much fang-fare its first time out is back for a second season. It's a precise continuation of last year's cliffhanger — picking up with Sookie and Tara mid-scream in Merlotte's parking lot — so we won't have to wait to identify the body in the back of Andy's car. And that's not the only surprise in store, as Jason takes a wrong turn down a righteous path, and Sookie adjusts to Bill's new housemate.

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Tonight's TV Hot List: Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2009

Randy Jackson, Kara DioGuardi, Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell, American Idol

American Idol
8 pm/ET Fox
Simon says: It's time for Season 8 to begin. The mega-popular music showcase kicks off with a fresh pool of wannabe stars rendering trial performances in the inaugural audition round.

Read on for previews of Chopped, Law & Order: SVU, Leverage and Nip/Tuck. read more

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Premiered: January 13, 2009, on Food Network
Rating: TV-G
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Premise: Four up-and-coming chefs transform everyday ingredients into an extraordinary three-course meal in a three-round cooking competition. A panel of culinary experts determine which 'chef-testant' walks away with $10,000.


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