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This Is What Michael Symon Really Thought Of Anthony Bourdain - Exclusive

Anthony Bourdain and Michael Symon go way back. The two famously appeared together in 2007, when Bourdain visited Cleveland for his Travel Channel show "No Reservations" (via Cleveland Magazine). Symon helped show off the city's prime barbecue joints and gave Bourdain the chance to see what Cleveland had up its sleeve. Both chefs stayed in touch over the years, with Bourdain naturally even making a joke or two at the chef's expense, which Symon gave right back (via Eater). Despite the snarky remarks on both sides, Symon and Bourdain clearly had the utmost respect for one another; when Bourdain died, the news left Symon stunned.
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This Is What Michael Symon Eats In A Day - Exclusive

No one knows how to eat quite like Michael Symon. The award-winning chef grew up in a Greek and Sicilian family, and was introduced to cooking at an early age (via Food Network). Years later, Symon went on to compete on Iron Chef America, befriended stars like Bobby Flay, and taught America how to properly barbecue through his work on programs like BBQ Brawl, exploring the rich cooking tradition (via Michael Symon). While Symon has experimented with a variety of culinary techniques and cuisines throughout his career, the chef (like many) has recently had to downsize slightly, only cooking in his own home.
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What People Get Wrong About Smoking Meat, According To Michael Symon - Exclusive

No one knows their way around a barbecue quite like Michael Symon. The celebrity chef has made grilling meat into an art at Mabel's, his Cleveland-style barbecue restaurant, where he uses a mix of Eastern European spices, a ballpark mustard-based barbecue sauce, and local fruitwood smoked meat to create some truly exciting dishes (via Michael Symon). Symon's passion for this style of cooking even led him to team up with Bobby Flay and Eddie Jackson on Food Network's BBQ Brawl, a show where each chef leads a team of pitmasters and grillers to compete over barbecue-based challenges (via Food Network).
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The Store-Bought Condiment Michael Symon Still Swears By

Michael Symon's resume is impressive and his impact on the food scene significant. He owns several restaurants, has hosted and co-hosted a handful of cooking shows, has won plenty of cooking competitions, and has even written a few books, according to Food Network. Perhaps the secret to all that success, in addition to serious cooking chops, of course, is that no matter how many accomplishments the chef can boast, he remains a refreshingly regular guy. Symon's energy is easy-going, friendly, and relatable, which is why his kitchen tips are so easy to work in our own everyday routines for instant game-changing (and mouthwatering) results.
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Diplomático Partners With Chef Michael Symon To Launch “The Heart of Rum” Campaign

As part of its inaugural “The Heart of Rum” campaign, iconic Venezuelan rum maker Diplomático has announced a year-long partnership with Celebrity Chef, and TV personality, Michael Symon. Symon, most famous for his appearances on Food Network and ABC, has been a fan of Diplomático Rum for years and is inspired by the many synergies between his craft and the brand’s history. Highlighting the “heart” and know-how that goes into each bottle of Diplomático, the collaboration brings the brand’s values of craftsmanship, family, and authenticity to life alongside Symon’s story and the passions that drive his love for cooking.
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Michael Symon Dishes On BBQ, Cocktails, And Cooking At Home - Exclusive Interview

No one does it all like Michael Symon. This star chef has hosted his fair share of cooking shows, competed against the masters on "Iron Chef America," and helped inspire America to cook as a former co-host on "The Chew" (via Michael Symon). Symon has established himself as a true legend of American cuisine and has the pedigree to prove it. Receiving the honor of the title of Best New Chef by Food and Wine magazine in 1998 helped propel Symon to stardom, and has gone on to win the James Beard Award for Best Chef in 2009, among many other honors.
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Worst Cooks In America Season 22: Premiere Date & When New Episodes Air and Food Network’s ‘Worst Cooks in America: Best of the Worst’ to feature Michael Symon, Joey Kinsley

Worst Cooks In America Season 22: Premiere Date & When New Episodes Air and Food Network’s ‘Worst Cooks in America: Best of the Worst’ to feature Michael Symon, Joey Kinsley. Last News:. Food Network’s ‘Worst Cooks in America: Best of the Worst’ to feature Michael Symon, Joey Kinsley and Worst...
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Michael Symon to convert B Spot Burgers to Mabel’s BBQ in Eton by summer

WOODMERE, Ohio (WOIO) - Fear not, Michael Symon fans... the renowned chef’s flavor footprint isn’t leaving Eton. Michael Symon Restaurants is transforming the former B Spot Burgers location into the award-winning Mabel’s BBQ this summer. B Spot on 28699 Chagrin Blvd. officially closed on May 2. Eton Chagrin Boulevard said...