In an interview with The Hungry Beast, Rachael Ray explains the difference between her and Martha Stewart: "She likes to set a very beautiful and very exquisite and very high standard and that's really important. And for me, I want people to know they can achieve it. So I literally set the bar lower as part of our brand. I think that both work and both are very necessary." The two have had an awkward relationship that included a 2009 blow from Martha about Rachael's cookbooks not being "good enough." Regardless, Rachael's managed to keep things diplomatic.
In continuing our celebrity chef name game, it's time to see how much you know about two prolific Food Network Michaels: California-dreamy Michael Chiarello and porcine proponent Michael Symon. Both have CIA pedigrees, dazzling smiles, and plenty of cooking demo and reality TV experience. So for those of you who've been astute enough to tell apart your Bobbys and Josés, can you figure out which Mike's which? Start scratching your head now.
It wasn't too difficult to figure out which Bobby was which in our Bobby Flay vs. Bobby Deen name game last week. But what happens when you change up the challenge to include two Josés who both draw influence from Spain, received the same James Beard accolade, and have both beat Bobby Flay on Iron Chef America? It's time to find out and put your Jose celebrity chef knowledge to the test!
Since many of you excelled at knowing Hollywood's hottest Jennifers, I thought it'd be fun to test your knowledge of celebrities in the food realm. First up: how much do you know about Bobby Flay and Bobby Deen? Both food television personalities are masters of the grill, charming on the small screen, and, most importantly, beloved by Paula Deen. Can you stack one up against the other? Find out the difference between the two when you take this quiz.