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Host Ted Allen as seen on Food Networks Chopped All Stars Tournament, Season 10 EP10-11

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Food Republic: Congratulations to Ted Allen for winning his second James Beard Award last weekend. The Chopped host talks about his inspiration from competition judges and reveals his favorite food pairings.

Washington Post: Nearing Julia Child's 100th birthday, we remember how the beloved French Chef revolutionized home cooking, especially for women.

Travel + Leisure: Have a passion for burgers? See if your town made the cut for America's Best Burger Cities 2012.

Slate: We all know kale is good for you, but how about an all-kale diet?

The Daily Meal: Girl Scout candy bars are real. Flavors include Thin Mint, Caramel and Coconut and Peanut Butter Créme.

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