The Fab Five head to historic Philadelphia to make over a new cast of everyday heroes, from a hardworking DJ to a struggling dog groomer. The Fab Five help a timid gay pastor who came out in his 30s update his look and find the confidence to lead his congregation into the future. To get her stalled mobile dog grooming business back in gear, a scrappy entrepreneur must polish her brand — and add some swag to her own wag. A divorced dad who hides behind baggy clothes and crusty hair gel gets a dazzling makeover — and learns to dance — for his daughter's wedding day. He's a humble hero who's survived homelessness — and helped young writers in his community hone their voices.
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He defeated runner-up Luca Della Casa on August 10, Food Network executive Bob Tuschman said that "Lenny's magnetic personality, culinary chops and cowboy swagger made him stand out in this very talented crowd from the beginning. McNab wears cowboy attire and specializes in "elevated chuck wagon fare". He also performs as a country singer under the name The Black Mamba. Although McNab was declared the winner of the tenth season of Food Network Star , a series for him never materialized. Days after he was crowned the winner, news outlets reported blog posts featuring racist , homophobic and misogynistic comments made by him, with several comments targeted at fellow Food Network chef Ree Drummond. This biographical article on a chef is a stub.
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Since the early '90s, Food Network has been educating us, entertaining us, and indulging our deep carnal desire to watch food get prepared, cooked, and eaten. They even have a hit show that's just chefs sitting around talking about great meals they've personally eaten. And although numerous stars got their start making deliciously unhealthy, semi-homemade meals in 30 minutes or less on the cable stalwart, things on the screen aren't always what they seem. For example, did you know that Iron Chef contestants aren't really surprised by the "secret ingredient? Yep, it turns out there's some pretty shady prep work going on in order to crank out these popular culinary shows.
Mary Berry, a leading British cookbook writer, and Paul Hollywood, a top artisan baker, serve as judges. Mary learned the art of baking from her mother before training at the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu in Paris at the age of just After her training she quickly established herself as a leading cookery writer and broadcaster and throughout her career, has published over 70 cookery books. The son of a baker, Paul originally trained as a sculptor until his father persuaded him to change careers.