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Food Network’s Duff Goldman Recalls Being Confused with “Man v. Food” Star Adam Richman: ‘Different Jew’ (Exclusive)

Goldman was in “the middle of nowhere” when someone approached him and asked if he was a “famous chef in America”



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Food Network star Duff Goldman gets recognized everywhere he goes — just not always as himself.

In a recent interview with PEOPLE, Goldman opened up about a fun encounter he had in Guatemala where a local mixed up with fellow TV personality and food aficionado Adam Richman.

Goldman said he was in “the middle of nowhere” when someone approached him and asked in Spanish if he was a “famous chef in America.” When Goldman confirmed, he said, the man pointed out another woman dining nearby who recognized the pastry chef.

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“So I went over to go talk to her,” he recounted, noting that the man accompanied him to serve as

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Intense culinary battles, ‘Randomizer Wild Cards,’ unpredictable upsets & more on Food Network’s ‘Tournament of Champions V’

Guy Fieri hosts `Tournament of Champions` on Food Network.  (Warner Bros. Discovery photo)

Guy Fieri hosts “Tournament of Champions” on Food Network. (Warner Bros. Discovery photo)

Mon, Jan 22nd 2024 06:05 pm

New season premieres Sunday, Feb. 18, on Food Network; Guy Fieri returns as host – and all 4 champions are back

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Guy Fieri’s iconic culinary competition, “Tournament of Champions,” returns for an epic fifth season on Sunday, Feb. 18 (8 p.m. ET/PT). The skills and abilities of 32 of the most talented chefs from the East Coast and West Coast – including all four previous champions – will be pushed to the limit in the most difficult sudden-death, bracket-style culinary competition.

The pressure is intense, and emotions are high as the elite chefs do not know who their opponents will be and what challenges “The Randomizer” will dish out, getting progressively harder and harder in each round. Each battle will feature blind judging by some of the biggest names in the food world as competitors watch their critiques from backstage.

After eight weeks and 31 grueling head-to-head battles, one talented chef will win it all and be crowned champion, taking home the coveted “Tournament of Champions” belt and the largest cash prize in the history of the tournament of

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‘Summer Baking Championship’ Renewed for Season 2 at Food Network

Food Network has renewed its latest “Baking Championship” spinoff, “Summer Baking Championship, for a second season.

“Summer Baking Championship” features 10 talented bakers from around the country competing in unique summer-themed baking challenges featuring the flavors, ingredients and celebrations of the season for a chance to earn the title of Summer Baking Champion and win $25,000, per the cable channel’s official description for the competition series.

The show is hosted by Jesse Palmer, with Duff Goldman, Carla Hall and Damaris Phillips serving as judges.

The eight-episode first season of “Summer Baking Championship” ran May 15-June 26.

“Summer Baking Championship” averaged a 0.83 rating overall and a 1.20 rating among women over 18, according to Live + 3 Day Nielsen data, which is up 84% and 114%, respectively, from Food Network’s year-to-date primetime average. The series currently boasts Food Network’s best Season 1 ratings among women ages 25-54 since 2020 and among adults over 18 since 2019. To date, the episodes have reached nearly 12 million viewers across Food Network and streamers Max and Discovery+, per Warner Bros. Discovery.

Production on Season 2 is scheduled to begin later this year.

“Baking championships have long been a favorite of Food Network fans

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Selena Gomez serves up culinary favorites with two new Food Network shows

Selena Gomez is going to be a busy woman in 2024.

She’s already working on season 4 of “Only Murders in the Building” and making music. Now, she’s going to have two shows on the Food Network.

The first was a limited-run holiday special, “Selena + Chef: Home for the Holidays,” which made its Food Network debut on Nov. 30. The series features Gomez preparing holiday meals with her favorite chefs and was inspired by her “Selena + Chef” series, which ran for three seasons on Max.

If you missed the first episode, don’t worry! You can stream all the episodes on demand on Max.

Host Selena Gomez and the Cavatelli with Spicy Lobster Sauce, as seen on Selena + Chef: Home for the Holidays
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Gomez shared her excitement over the holiday series and worked with world-renowned chefs, including Eric Adjepong, Alex Guarnaschelli, Michael Symon and Claudette Zepeda.

“The holidays have always meant so much to me. “It was an honor to have these amazing chefs in my kitchen to introduce some of their favorite foods and what makes the holidays special for them,” Gomez said in a statement.

Viewers can expect to learn how to prepare such holiday favorites as roast beef and chantilly mashed potatoes,