celebrities

Top celebrities in the Feast cooking, food, and dessert industry. Our favorite Feast and foodie advocates.

  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 3 years ago
    Celebrity Chefs Who Aren't Actually Chefs

    Celebrity Chefs Who Aren't Actually Chefs

    Televised cooking shows have created a number of amazing phenomenons that have changed the way we look at food. We've gotten shows like Hell's Kitchen, which taught our mainstream audiences how hard actually running a restaurant kitchen could be.
  • Anthony Gramuglia
    Published 3 years ago
    Insane Things Elvis Presley Ate

    Insane Things Elvis Presley Ate

    Elvis Presley may have been the King, but even a king wouldn't be fit to consume these meals. Elvis, brought up on southern cooking, ate a lot of weird things. It is no doubt his unhealthy diet led to his declining health, leading to an early death at the age of 42. The drugs helped, though.
  • Zena Leech-Calton
    Published 3 years ago
    Food Fight

    Food Fight

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  • Cato Conroy
    Published 4 years ago
    Favorite Meals of Your Favorite Historical Figures

    Favorite Meals of Your Favorite Historical Figures

    If you're a real history aficionado, you probably have thought about what it'd be like to hang out with your favorite historical figures. You might have wanted to guzzle beer with Churchill, talk philosophy with Plato, or even smoke pot with Jerry Garcia. Of course, these things are pretty obvious.
  • Rick Schwartz
    Published 4 years ago
    What It's Like To Be: Celebrity Chef Josh Capon

    What It's Like To Be: Celebrity Chef Josh Capon

    With 5 successful restaurants, a popular sandwich stand at Citi Field and a slew of loyal celebrity clients, Chef Josh Capon seems to have it all. But being a celebrity chef - especially one with such a passion for food, people and family - is not nearly as easy as it seems. Capon lets us in on his own career secret sauce.
  • Armando Carrera
    Published 4 years ago
    Most Successful Female Chefs

    Most Successful Female Chefs

    We live in a golden age of chefs. Between your Batalis and Bouluds, your Vongerichtens and Riperts, your Masas and Morimotos, New York is bubbling over with cooking legends who not only practice world-class gastronomy but also manage to turn themselves into millionaires. So here’s a question: Where are all the women? Despite the fact that women make up the vast majority of home cooks, and despite four-plus decades of modern feminism, women still run just a small percentage of top kitchens in New York and elsewhere. In a predominantly male dominated industry, female chefs are still an exception, but women are moving to stake their claim as the best out there. These ten women have made their names well known for creating delicious dishes and inspiring younger generations to follow their passions in the culinary arts.
  • Julie Barnes
    Published 4 years ago
    Hottest Male Chefs

    Hottest Male Chefs

    These men are hotter than the food they cook. When a chef's popularity goes mainstream, they start appearing all over the media, making guest appearances on talk shows, hosting their own shows on the Food Network, and leading a book signing ceremony at Barnes & Noble. In short, they become celebrities. With so many celebrity chefs in the business today, how can you tell who’s a major player and who’s a pretender? An influential celebrity chef leaves a legacy behind, and that’s what each of these ten chefs, in their own unique way, has done. So without further ado, let’s kick this thing up a notch and look at a handful of influential celebrity chefs and find out why these male chefs are at the top of their game.
  • Danielle Banner
    Published 4 years ago
    Most Innovative Women in the World of Food

    Most Innovative Women in the World of Food

    This list celebrates some of the most innovative women in food: with a huge range of specialities and careers, they are all bringing their creativity to the food industry in very different ways. We’ll be looking at their work and the ideas they have each become known for and explore the different strengths that these women have brought to their careers. The one thing that all the most innovative women in food have in common, though, is the impact that they are having on our own eating habits.