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V3 Weekend: Eddie Japan, Natasha Leggero, Wicked Queer: Docs

Editor’s Note: Welcome to V3 Weekend, Vanyaland‘s guide to help you sort out your weekend entertainment with curated selections and recommendations across our three pillars of Music, Comedy, and Film/TV. It’s what you should know about, where you need to be, and where you’ll be going, with us riding shotgun along the way.
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Natasha Leggero shares highs & lows of the parenting journey in new book

From end to end, it took such a long time for Natasha Leggero to finish her book, that it doesn’t feel real that the whole process could almost be over. But between the writing, the editing and now the press, she’s just really good about bringing something like this to completion.

Natasha Leggero talks about her new book ‘The World Deserves My Children’

Actress and comedian Natasha Leggero has now added writer to her resume with her new parenting book, “The World Deserves My Children.” She is making parenting fun again as she brings up some helpful tips for disciplining your children as she helps you navigate it all. “The World Deserves My Children” is available now wherever […]

Natasha Leggero Reveals How Saboteurs Ruined Dishes On Rat In The Kitchen - Exclusive

"Rat in the Kitchen" found a new, insidious way to refresh the standard concept of the cooking competition. According to TBS, the show groups together a handful of contestants that need to make mouthwatering courses for chef Ludo Lefebvre and comedian Natasha Leggero. Over the course of each episode, one saboteur — or "rat" — has the task of messing up the intricate dishes. If the team figures out who the rat is, everyone except the rat walks away with a cash prize. If no one identifies who messed up the food, the designated saboteur gets to bring home the money.
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Rat In The Kitchen's Natasha Leggero Names Her Go-To Fast Food Order - Exclusive

Comedian Natasha Leggero has a complicated relationship with food. "I don't like cooking and I am not good at cooking," Leggero told Mashed in an exclusive interview. "Cooking doesn't like me. I don't know how I would say it. I make toast." That doesn't stop Leggero from loving intense flavor and great food, and she has even described herself as a "food snob." The affinity for finer cuisine makes the personality a perfect candidate to host the new TBS series "Rat in the Kitchen," a cooking competition where one member of a team of cooks has the secret challenge to ruin the group's final products, according to TBS.

Natasha Leggero deals with rats in the kitchen on TBS cooking show

Comedian Natasha Leggero was initially reluctant to take on her latest gig hosting the TBS series “Rat in the Kitchen.”. “At first I was like, wait, what? I shouldn’t be part of a cooking show, I’m famously a horrible chef,” Leggero, 48, told The Post. “I’ve got to make my daughter lunch every morning, and that’s a feat I wouldn’t wish on anyone. I’ve been trying to make kale chips for like, five years now, and they always come out simultaneously wet and burnt.
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Natasha Leggero talks new cooking show

Natasha Leggero talked about her new show “Rat in the Kitchen.” She said it is a cross between a cooking competition and a “whodunit.”. “Rat in the Kitchen” premieres at 9 p.m. on Thursday on TBS. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on...

Natasha Leggero on Her New TBS Show and Growing Up in Rockford, Illinois

Rockford, Illinois native, Natasha Leggero, joined 97ZOK's Steve Shannon Show to talk about her funny new competition cooking show and living in the 815. You've probably seen this comedian, actress, and writer thoroughly roasting celebrities on Comedy Central. Her recent comedy special, The Honeymoon Stand Up Special recently premiered on...
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My worst moment: When you gotta go, you gotta go — comedian Natasha Leggero reveals all

CHICAGO — Natasha Leggero describes “Rat in the Kitchen,” her new cooking competition series on TBS, as “a cooking whodunit, almost in the vein of "Knives Out" or "Clue." We have all these chefs that are coming on to win a cash prize, but what no one knows” — including Leggero and her co-host, the celebrity chef Ludo Lefebvre — “is which one of the chefs is the saboteur, the rat, who is going to sabotage everybody’s dishes. You never know who you can trust.”

Natasha Leggero On Rat In The Kitchen, Cooking, And Great Food Television - Exclusive Interview

Cooks of all shapes and sizes have found ways to purposely screw up meals over the years. According to Delish, some folks have taken aim at food thieves by lining cakes with peppercorns, replacing the creme in Oreos with toothpaste, and even finding ways to spike some particular dish with extra hot ghost peppers. While these incidents seem like they could get anyone to stop stealing your meals, any contestant on a cooking show might not dare to mess with their meal, especially when it has to get tasted by a top judge.
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Natasha Leggero talks new cooking show

Natasha Leggero talked about her new show “Rat in the Kitchen.” She said it is a cross between a cooking competition and a “whodunit.” “Rat in the Kitchen” premieres at 9 p.m. on Thursday on TBS. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on March 28, 2022.
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Natasha Leggero and Chef Ludo Lefebvre preview 'Rat in the Kitchen'

7NewsDC — Mix one part celebrity chef, one part hilarious comedian, and a heaping spoonful of cutthroat cooks -- and you have the recipe for TBS's newest show, "Rat in the Kitchen." Comedian Natasha Leggero and Chef Ludo Lefebvre offered a preview before this Thursday's premiere.