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Meet the Bobby Flay for Food Network Star

Bobby Flay, chef, writer, and entrepreneur, has changed cooking television since the early 1990s. Today, he is 1/3 of the culinary idols and hosts of Food Network Star. Food Network Star returns for a ninth season with twelve new contestants placing their eyes on the prize: their own Food Network television show. Now, it is time to check out some of the shows Flay has been in for his television career.

Since beginning on Food Network in the early 90s, Bobby has kept hosting programs that present culinary tips and information on American regional fare to a national audience. His first show was called Grillin’ & Chillin’ and premiered in 1996, followed by Hot Off the Grill in 1998 and Boy Meets Grill in 2003. Along with participating in many holiday and seasonal Food Network specials over the years, Bobby currently stars on Iron Chef America, Throwdown with Bobby Flay, Grill It! With Bobby Flay and Food Network Star. In Fall 2010, Bobby spread his television presence to Food Network’s sister network Cooking Channel, with the debut of Brunch @ Bobby’s. His other series include Bobby Flay’s Barbecue Addiction, 3 Days to Open with Bobby Flay and Bobby’s Dinner Battle. He also recently competed a second time against Chef Anne Burrell in the fourth season of competition series Worst Cooks in America, where he led his team to victory.

Learn more about Bobby Flay at www.foodnetwork.com/star. Check out the ninth season of Food Network Star on Sunday, June 2nd, at 9PM ET/PT.

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