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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2012
Bobby Flay has a theory about Father's Day: "All guys think they can grill," he said. "They're going to take the reins whether they have the skills or not. " But don't worry. Flay's not going to pass judgment on your burger — he'll even give you some tips. But when it comes to the hamburger he sells in his own restaurants, Flay isn't so forgiving. And it makes no difference whether it's prepared for guests at Bar Americain, his pricey Manhattan restaurant, or at one of his casual Bobby Burger Palace operations, he says.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
Here's a round-up of Baltimore-area restaurants, diners and food-industry personalities that have appeared on various travel, cooking and reality TV shows.  Take a look at some memorable moments with Bobby Flay, Rachael Ray, Anthony Bourdain and Gordon Ramsay. View the full photo gallery here.      
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2011
Did you hear the one about the hamburger that went to college? Bobby's Burger Palace opens Thursday in College Park, the seventh in a small but quickly expanding group of restaurants launched in July 2008 by the chef, restaurateur and television celebrity Bobby Flay. Upscale burger joints are huge right now, and Bobby's Burger Palace is opening in a particularly crowded field of upscale burger restaurants. What distinguishes Bobby's Burger Palace is the clear evidence of a chef's personal touch.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2013
Welcome to the seventh episode of this season's "Food Network Star," in which Baltimore's own Rodney Henry continues his quest to bring "Pie Style" to a willing nation. Rodney is turning into a great reality show character, because he provides the show with a classic story arc. Rodney is the contestant who must learn how to accept advice and adapt to the demands of the real world while still maintaining his charm and charisma. Can Rodney embrace the idea that professionalism is not antithetical to doing one's own thing?
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By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,SUN STAFF | May 16, 2001
It's no picnic being Bobby Flay. Well, actually, it's a lot like being in a picnic, a big, traveling, calorie-stuffed picnic, that lasts about 12 hours or so, covers four Baltimore neighborhoods, and is videotaped by a Food Network TV crew. As one of television's chefs of the moment, the 36-year-old Flay is semi-young, semi-sexy and semi-hip, but is likely best remembered as the semi-rude American challenger who lost to Iron Chef Morimoto Masaharu in a New York showdown last year. His recent appearance in Baltimore was for a coming episode of "FoodNation With Bobby Flay," one of three cable network shows for which he is host.
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By BILL ORDINE | March 11, 2008
Throwdown with Bobby Flay 9 P.M. [FOOD NETWORK] That's right: cooking. After sizing up tonight's basketball offerings on the ESPN outlets - Summit, Horizon and Sun Belt league tournaments and the Big East women - I've decided the most interesting competition on TV is a jerk ribeye challenge pitting celebrity kitchen-meister Bobby Flay against a Jamaican chef.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
Here's a round-up of Baltimore-area restaurants, diners and food-industry personalities that have appeared on various travel, cooking and reality TV shows.  Take a look at some memorable moments with Bobby Flay, Rachael Ray, Anthony Bourdain and Gordon Ramsay. View the full photo gallery here.      
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By Kate Shatzkin and Kate Shatzkin,Sun reporter | June 4, 2008
These days we want to eat green, cook green and save green. So we went looking for cutting boards made of recyclable, renewable or sustainable materials that would stand up to many summers of vegetable chopping without breaking the bank. We found three candidates to test for under $35 each. Two featured endorsements from celebrity chefs. Ming Tsai has lent his name to TruBamboo, a line of affordable boards made from bamboo, which is considered "renewable" because it replaces itself so rapidly.
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By Kristine Henry,
The Baltimore Sun
| April 18, 2013
The Food Network said today that  Dangerously Delicious Pies founder Rodney Henry of Baltimore will be a finalist on the ninth season of "Food Network Star. " The judges will be Alton Brown, Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay in the competition to name the best and brightest new faces in food television. The season premiere will be at 9 p.m. Sunday, June 2. The network says that each episode before the Aug. 11 finale will feature a first-round Mentor Challenge, second-round Star Challenge and an elimination determined by the selection committee, including returning judges Food Network executives Susie Fogelson and Bob Tuschman.
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By From Sun news services | January 13, 2009
On the Web: * Doctors and their personal dramas long have been a TV staple. Now the sex-and-stethoscopes genre is the target of Rob Corddry's satirical skills. Childrens' Hospital is a series of 10 five-minute episodes available on TheWB.com, the defunct Warner Bros. TV network brought back from the dead as a Web site. Episodes are also available for purchase on iTunes, and further expansion on the Web (including YouTube) is planned. Corddry, who wrote and directed the series, plays a Patch Adams-like doctor-clown meant to cheer up patients.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2013
The ninth cycle kicked off with a premiere episode that was mostly as bland as some of the potatoes the contestants whipped up for the Star Challenge. Still, a front-runner emerged, as did a potential villainess. And three contestants were, very satisfyingly, informed that their mission statements were gobbledygook. Was Baltimore's Rodney "the pie guy" Henry one of them? Henry, a rock musician turned pie-shop owner, is among the group of 12 competing for the big prize of a Food Network show.
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By Kristine Henry,
The Baltimore Sun
| April 18, 2013
The Food Network said today that  Dangerously Delicious Pies founder Rodney Henry of Baltimore will be a finalist on the ninth season of "Food Network Star. " The judges will be Alton Brown, Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay in the competition to name the best and brightest new faces in food television. The season premiere will be at 9 p.m. Sunday, June 2. The network says that each episode before the Aug. 11 finale will feature a first-round Mentor Challenge, second-round Star Challenge and an elimination determined by the selection committee, including returning judges Food Network executives Susie Fogelson and Bob Tuschman.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2012
Judging by the crowds lined up on a late Wednesday afternoon at Bobby's Burger Palace at Maryland Live Casino, celebrity chef Bobby Flay has hit the jackpot again. Bobby's Burger Palace is Flay's entry in the international burger sweepstakes. Flay's concept competes in the fast-casual category, which is a step up from fast-food in both quality and service. Or it ought to be anyway: Your burger costs more at BBP than it does at McDonald's. The BBP burger delivers on all counts. Everything about the customer experience has been given considered attention, beginning with the presentation of the menu.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2012
Bobby Flay has a theory about Father's Day: "All guys think they can grill," he said. "They're going to take the reins whether they have the skills or not. " But don't worry. Flay's not going to pass judgment on your burger — he'll even give you some tips. But when it comes to the hamburger he sells in his own restaurants, Flay isn't so forgiving. And it makes no difference whether it's prepared for guests at Bar Americain, his pricey Manhattan restaurant, or at one of his casual Bobby Burger Palace operations, he says.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2012
Bobby Flay was in Hanover on Wednesday afternoon, presiding over last-minute preparations for hist tenth Bobby's Burger Palace, set to open Wednesday ngiht, at the new Maryland Live Casino. Flanking the casino's main entrance, the new BBP is the largest in the chain and the first to feature outdoor seating. Outfitted with a central serpentine dining counter with vivid green leather seats, a full service bar and an outdoor patio, the new BBP will open to the public at 10 p.m. on Wednesday as part of the casino's grand opening.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2011
Did you hear the one about the hamburger that went to college? Bobby's Burger Palace opens Thursday in College Park, the seventh in a small but quickly expanding group of restaurants launched in July 2008 by the chef, restaurateur and television celebrity Bobby Flay. Upscale burger joints are huge right now, and Bobby's Burger Palace is opening in a particularly crowded field of upscale burger restaurants. What distinguishes Bobby's Burger Palace is the clear evidence of a chef's personal touch.
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By BETTY HALLOCK and BETTY HALLOCK,Los Angeles Times | August 23, 2006
Halibut cheeks and short ribs. Scallops and foie gras. Squid and pig's ears. Lobster and squab. Recognize the theme? It's surf and turf. For the guy shuffling chips at a Vegas craps table, surf and turf means a thick steak and a fat lobster tail. But chefs are navigating uncharted waters and ranging beyond the plains to create new takes on the steakhouse standby. Their sometimes wild iterations continue to evolve and proliferate. Whether inspired by the land-sea combinations of international cuisines or maybe just the American dream of having it all, today's surf-and-turf combinations are more varied than the possible rolls on a pair of six-sided dice.
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By BILL ORDINE and BILL ORDINE,SUN REPORTER | August 13, 2006
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. / / Put three gourmet restaurants, all run by celebrity chefs, within a couple hundred feet of each other, and you might expect dueling flambes. But the master cooks who have opened upscale dining rooms in the new expansion at the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa are counting on the critical mass of fine food to contribute to their mutual success. Chefs Wolfgang Puck, Bobby Flay and Michael Mina -- who are either familiar from TV appearances or highly regarded efforts in Las Vegas and elsewhere -- have all introduced new eating spots at the Borgata.
SPORTS
By Sun Staff reports | May 21, 2011
Super Espresso, a horse owned by celebrity chef Bobby Flay, swept around the pack and roared down the stretch to win the $100,000 Allaire DuPont Distaff Stakes at Pimlico. Jockey Ramon Dominguez rode Super Espresso past Payton d'Oro near the wire to win by three-quarters of a length. Super Espresso had struggled on turf in her last race. "If you take out her last race on turf, she's been a steadily improving filly," trainer Todd Pletcher said. "She trained well leading up to this, so we're not shocked that she ran well.
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