Happy New Year From Bobby Flay

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Kevin Lynch, 2011, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Bobby shares some holiday fun facts and lets us in on his New Year's resolution:

FN Dish: How can cooks be less stressed during the holidays?

Bobby Flay: Cook from within yourself at your skill level. Don’t try to conquer the world with your holiday meal.

FN Dish: What's your favorite holiday food memory?

BF: One Christmas morning I tried to find a turkey because the Cornish game hen I had planned to cook had gone badly.

FN Dish: What do you cook just when it's just you?

BF: Homemade nachos with a white American cheese sauce.

FN Dish: What’s your 2012 New Year’s resolution?

BF: To reopen my restaurant in New York City, Bolo. It’s time. It’s like a broken heart that I need to mend.

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