Ever wonder what it's really like behind the scenes at the Food Network? Acclaimed journalist Allen Salkin has written a tell-all book documenting the drama that has unfolded at the ground-breaking network since it first aired in the early 1990s.
Titled From Scratch: Inside the Food Network, the book dishes on big personalities like Paula Deen, Emeril Lagasse, Rachael Ray, Giada de Laurentiis, Bobby Flay and Guy Fieri. The release of the book coincides with the network's 20-year anniversary.
Salkin, who previously worked for the New York Times, shares anecdotes of the many difficulties the Food Network stars faced throughout the years. There's the tale of the non-existent oven on the set of Molto Mario, the battle of the egos and plenty of other juicy gossip, ya'll.
From Scratch: Inside the Food Network is available for purchase on Amazon for $19.04.
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