Food Network Spawns Edgy, Young Cooking Channel
Byline: Michael Hill Associated Press
There's more food TV than ever to chew on -- shows featuring barbecue tips, chef smackdowns, sailor-mouthed kitchen bosses, diner dispatches and cakes that look like race cars.
Want more? Or maybe the better question is, need more?
The Food Network is betting on it.
The Cooking Channel debuts next month and, like its well-established sister channel, it will offer 24-7 food programming. Rachael Ray, Bobby Flay and a few other Food Network stars will pull double duty on the new channel. But executives with Scripps Networks Interactive, which owns both channels, say the Cooking Channel will have a different …
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