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Host of Food Network's top rated shows, "Restaurant: Impossible" and "Dinner: Impossible", chef Robert Irvine is inviting families across the country to join him in a unique dining experience from the comfort of their own home. During the interactive
The struggling Soup to Nuts Diner closed Sunday, five months after celebrity chef Robert Irvine highlighted the eatery for an episode on the Food Network show "Restaurant: Impossible." Owner Sharon Whitmore said Monday that she couldn't keep up with "
38PM Chef Robert Irvine will appear at the Rialto Square Theatre on April 20. File photo Updated: April 20, 2013 9:10AM Many people who might recognize Chef Robert Irvine from his appearances on Food Network television shows such as Restaurant:
Food Network star Robert Irvine (Restaurant: Impossible) has cooked up an unusual live show. He will bring that event to the Rialto Square Theatre in Joliet on April 20. Robert Irvine Live, the namesake's first theatrical tour, will incorporate
Food Network star Robert Irvine (Restaurant: Impossible) has cooked up an unusual live show he's bringing to the Rialto Square Theatre in Joliet at 8 p.m...Robert Irvine Live, Irvine's first theatrical tour, incorporates challenges, audience
State inspectors had documented dozens of food-safety and sanitation violations at the Soup to Nuts Diner well before celebrity chef Robert Irvine ordered workers to shut down the kitchen and deep clean the eatery in a "Restaurant: Impossible"
With a budget of $10,000, Chef Robert Irvine and the design team from Restaurant Impossible will make over Old World Italian Restaurant in two days, Jan 23-24. The restaurant will have a grand re-opening at the end of the second day, which will be
Restaurant Impossible hulk Robert Irvine helps launch the culinary event Friday with an event titled Food Truck: Impossible, a golf tournament and gastro-truck competition to be held at The Breakers West golf course...I think food trucks are an
This is the only show around that will put knives in the hands of audience members. Its all part of the extreme daring-do of culinary star Robert Irvine and his latest project a live, interactive culinary show where anything can happen. Like on
But the former chef for the British Royal Navy is also a fitness buff and advocate for sensible eating...DON'T think healthy equals bland. "When you say healthy eating, a lot of people think lettuce, tomatoes, that's it," says chef Robert Irvine.