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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,

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Food Network Star Michael Chiarello’s Company Addresses Fatal Allergies

Michael Chiarello‘s loved ones are still looking for answers following his sudden death.

The Food Network star’s family confirmed Oct. 7 that he had died following a week of treatment for an acute allergic reaction that had led to anaphylactic shock. Now, days after he passed at age 61, medical professionals still haven’t determined what led to the severe reaction.

“The doctors don’t know what caused the allergic reaction and neither does the family,” a representative for Michael’s company Gruppo Chiarello told People on Oct. 10. “They may never know.”

Before his death, Michael was a cornerstone of the culinary entertainment industry for decades. After getting his start in 1999 on PBS’ cooking series Season by Seasonhe moved over to the Food Network in 2003. There, he embarked on what would become a ten-season run of Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarellolater competing on episodes of the network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate and The Next Iron Chef as well as Bravo’s Top Chef Masters.

Prior to his TV debut, Michael was named Chef of the Year by Food & Wine Magazine in 1985, founded Chiarello Family Vineyards in 1999 and released a number of cookbooks.

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Bobby Flay Says He’s ‘Here to Stay’ at Food Network (Exclusive)

Bobby Flay isn’t going anywhere.

While speaking with PEOPLE at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen on Friday, the Food Network star shared that he is “here to stay” with the network that helped build his stardom.

Flay’s culinary career was on the rise even before making his debut on the network in 1995. In 1982, he was selected to be part of Food & Wine’s (a brand of PEOPLE’s parent company Dotdash Meredith) annual class of “Best New Chefs”, but the awards weren’t presented in-person that year. Three decades later, the festival — which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year — surprised him by officially presenting Flay with the belated accolade in front of his fellow chefs and friends.

“That was an incredible surprise,” he tells PEOPLE of the award, which he received on stage at the festival’s welcome event. “For them to even think about that all these decades later was truly incredibly thoughtful.”

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Flay also spoke with PEOPLE about how he’s dedicated to the Food Network. With star chefs like Giada De Laurentiis announcing her departure from the network and Rachael Ray ending her long-running syndicated talk show and