Perico Lagasse s'invite chez Michel Onfray

Perico Lagasse s'invite chez Michel Onfray

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The Real Reason Emeril Lagasse's Food Network Show Was Canceled

The Real Reason Emeril Lagasse's Food Network Show Was Canceled

Bam! It's impossible to describe just how influential Emeril Lagasse was in shaping today's culinary landscape. But in 2007, Food Network cancelled the show that got so many people into the kitchen — and helped launch the network. So, why did Emeril Live really get the ax? When the cancellation of Emeril Live was announced, Food Network publicist Carrie Welch released a vague statement on the network’s decision, saying: "The only reason [the show would be cancelled is] that it hit a ton of television milestones and, you know, all good things come to an end." Former Food Network president Brooke Johnson gave a similarly vague statement to The New York Times, saying that while they still valued Lagasse as an integral part of their team: "All good things come to an end, and it was time to do something new." Of course, that wasn’t the whole story. The end of Emeril Live was quite a big deal. Since Food Network is huge today, it's easy to forget that way back in the olden days of the 1990s, it was struggling to even stay afloat. Allen Salkin's book From Scratch: Inside the Food Network gives us a pretty unblinking look at just how far they've come — largely thanks to Emeril Live, which was launched in 1997. In the early days, it wasn't so much the Food Network as it was the Emeril Network. He held the nightly 8 p.m. time slot, and at a time when the young network was barely squeaking by, it was Lagasse they flaunted to prove that they had the chops to make it. Salkin describes him as their "million-dollar man in chef's whites," the star they pointed to when they wanted to impress. His contract in those early days was a three-year deal, for which he was paid $333,334 each year. While that might not sound like much in comparison to what some celebrities are paid today, Food Network lauded it as a million-dollar deal. The Food Network was essentially built on Lagasse’s shoulders. Watch the video for more on the real reason Emeril Lagasse's Food Network show was canceled. #EmerilLagasse #EmerilLive #FoodNetwork Time for something new | 0:16 From top priority to cancellation | 0:48 A shocking slump | 1:44 Not a reality TV fan | 2:15 No money, honey | 2:50 He just got too big | 3:38 Time for a break | 4:20

Vegas Trip at Lagasse' s Stadium

Vegas Trip at Lagasse' s Stadium

Former MLB player, Bill "Mad Dog" Madlock joins our monthly IHG grand prize winner at Lagasse's Stadium for Game 1 of the World Series. — at Lagasse's Stadium.

Emeril Lagasse and his wife and children

Emeril Lagasse and his wife and children

Emeril Lagasse is an American celebrity chef and restaurateur and television personality and cookbook author and Emeril Lagasse married Alden Lovelace in 2000 and the couple have two children, a boy and girl

Emeril BAM!!!

Emeril BAM!!!

View my most recent video projects at http://www.youtube.com/thedailyvinyl. A fun little music video of Emeril and his famous "BAM!" and "Kick It Up a Notch!" catch phrases. This was made for a sales kickoff and I spent all day watching Tivo'ed episodes of Emerill for a handful of "Bam!"s. (LOL!) Contrary to popular belief, he doesn't say it in every episode. The music is from Bryan Duncan's song "Only Wanna Do What's Right." Hopefully the featured performers would enjoy this.

Classic Italian Chicken Parmigiana Recipe - Emeril's Classic Dishes - Emeril Lagasse

Classic Italian Chicken Parmigiana Recipe - Emeril's Classic Dishes - Emeril Lagasse

SUBSCRIBE: http://full.sc/16D8p35 For more ways to kick it up a notch: http://full.sc/16Ziuli Emeril shares his classic Italian chicken parmigiana recipe. With a few added spices, this dish cooks up with a BAM! The Emeril Channel invites people to join Chef Emeril Lagasse as he teaches you how to make his signature dishes and so much more. From recipes perfect for tailgating at the game, to classic dishes that pack a punch, he'll show you how to put the BAM in your cooking.  Connect with Emeril Online Visit Emeril's Official Site: http://full.sc/16D8q7c Follow Emeril on Facebook: http://full.sc/16Ziuli Follow Emeril on Twitter: http://full.sc/16ZiJwx Follow Emeril on Pinterest: http://full.sc/16D8sMj Follow Emeril on Instagram: http://full.sc/16ZiPV2 Shop Emeril: http://full.sc/1g40zAO Classic Italian Chicken Parmigiana Recipe - Emeril Lagasse http://www.youtube.com/Emeril

'You Pick: Emeril Cooks' With Emeril Lagasse

'You Pick: Emeril Cooks' With Emeril Lagasse

The Muppets join Emeril in the kitchen to cook up a crustless quiche with spinach and gruyere.

Emeril Lagasse's New Orleans Shrimp Remoulade Recipe - Martha Stewart

Emeril Lagasse's New Orleans Shrimp Remoulade Recipe - Martha Stewart

Chef Emeril Lagasse prepares shrimp remoulade salad. Brought to you by Martha Stewart: http://www.marthastewart.com Subscribe for more Martha now!: http://full.sc/PtJ6Uo --------------------------------------------------------------- Want more Martha? Twitter: http://twitter.com/marthastewart Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarthaStewartLiving Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/ms_living/ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+MarthaStewart/posts Martha's Official Blog: http://www.themarthablog.com/ The Martha Stewart channel offers inspiration and ideas for creative living. Use our trusted recipes and how-tos, and crafts, entertaining, and holiday projects to enrich your life. Emeril Lagasse's New Orleans Shrimp Remoulade Recipe - Martha Stewart http://www.youtube.com/user/MarthaStewart

The ORIGINALS w/ EMERIL at Philippe's

The ORIGINALS w/ EMERIL at Philippe's

Emeril Lagasse: Clam Chowder | Food & Wine

Emeril Lagasse: Clam Chowder | Food & Wine

Emeril Lagasse starts a chowder with a traditional mirepoix and finishes it with sweet corn, clams and cream at the 2007 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen

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