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Tallahassee Democrat Online: Thursday July 1, 1999

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A Whole New Season of TV Dinners
The Food Network is cooking up some brand-new shows.

By LORRIE GUTTMAN
Tallahassee Democrat
    For foodies, the Fourth of July is only the start of a celebration week -- because on the fifth of July, Food Network's new schedule gets cooking.

    And what an ambitious schedule it is.

    We're talking about nine new shows, plus new episodes of already established series.

    Food Network (cable 50) has widened its scope, to include more out-of-the-kitchen experiences. It's added novelty shows, too, and we can only hope they won't be goofy.

...

    In "Good Eats," the network says, "Filmmaker and food expert Alton Brown takes a little of Andy Rooney, throws in a spot of 'Saturday Night Live' and for good measure, adds a little bit of theatre. A new magazine show, "Best Of," covers the country looking for the "best of" a certain food. Each week's theme is different: best deli, best seafood, best soul food, best restaurant views.

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