Meet Dinner: Impossible's Very Own "Tom Cruise"!
This is no dinner party for eight. It's not a friendly barbecue or a bake-off or a how-to on feeding your family in 30 minutes, either. Rather, Dinner: Impossible — premiering tonight at 10 pm/ET with two back-to-back episodes — is the fiercest cooking mission Food Network has yet to deliver, and master chef Robert Irvine is up for the challenge. Thirty years after flirting with girls in home ec, Irvine has landed in kitchens all over the world and cooked for people we read about in the news, but he's nowhere near retiring his favored titanium knives. With a book ready to hit shelves, two restaurants preparing to open their doors and a fast-paced show that has him whipping up delectable meals on cattle drives, deserted islands and the like, Irvine shared with TVGuide.com about how he got to this point in his career, how he trust
Wed, Jan 24, 2007