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#1 Hamish



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Posted 03 January 2018 - 07:15 AM

Lagasse is an American chef, restaurateur, small screen personality, and a cookbook writer. Emeril Lagasse net worth is probably to be $ 50 million. He is a regional James Beard Prize winner, known for his mastery of Creole and Cajun cuisine and his self-developed New New Orleans style.


His full name was Emeril John Lagasse. And he was born on October 15, 1959, in the United State of America. Furthermore, he worked in a Portuguese bakery as an adolescent where Lagasse discovered his talent for cooking.


And consequently enrolled in a culinary arts program at Diamn Regional Vocational Technical High School. Emeril Lagasse net worth depends upon his activities.

However, Lagasse talents as a percussionist earned him a scholarship to the New England Conservatory of Music. But instead, Lagasse select to attend Johnson and Wales University in hopes of becoming a chef.

Furthermore, Lagasse visited Johnson and Wales in 1978. A few years later, the school awarded him an honorary doctorate.

Emeril Lagasse Career

He graduated from the culinary school JWU in 1978 and became Executive Chef at the Dunfey’s Hyannis Resort in 1979. However, Lagasse succeeded Paul Prudhomme as managerial chef of Commander’s Palace in New Orleans below Richard Brennan, Sr.

Lagasse led the kitchen there for seven and a semi year, gaining significant fame in the culinary world.

However, in 1990, he opened his primary eating place, Emeril in New Orleans. It was designated Restaurant of the Year in Esquire magazine that year and has been a recipient of the Wine Spectator Grand Prize since 1999.

He is famous for his emphasis on Creole and Cajun cooking styles. A few of his restaurants, as well as his corporate office, Emeril’s Homebase, are located in New Orleans.

In August 2006, he contributed several recipes to the meal selection aboard the Worldwide Space Station, as part of a general NASA effort to improve the quality of the food supply for astronauts.

Nowadays, Lagasse is the Managerial chef and proprietor of thirteen restaurants in New Orleans Las Vegas Orlando, and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Emeril Lagasse Cooking Shows

However, Lagasse first comes into view on a small screen on the show Great Chefs where he was featured in ten episodes. As well as Great Chefs, the Louisiana New Garde, New Orleans Jazz Brunch and Great Chefs- Great Cities.

After several exteriors on several other Food TV programs, Lagasse hosted his show, The Essence of Emeril. However, Essence in the title refers to Emeril’s the name of a spice blend of his concoction. That he frequently uses in his cooking, and which is commercially available in several flavors.

Lagasse also often suggested that viewers of his show create their spice blends that reflect their tastes and be unafraid to use them to customize the dishes he would teach.

From April to July 2010, he hosted the weekly variety program The Emeril Lagasse show, which aired on Sundays on Ion Small Screen. Furthermore, in September 2011, Lagasse hosted the Hallmark Channel show, Emeril’s Table.

It was irrecoverable after one season. In 2013, he started hosting the Cooking Channel show Emeril’s Florida. The show aired for four terms, from 2013 to 2016.

Emeril Lagasse Culinary Travel Show

Emeril now hosts Eat the world with Emeril Lagasse on Amazon Video produced by Ugly Brother Studios. Its first term was released for streaming on September 9, 2016.

The small screen show features Emeril and internationally known chefs such as Angela Dimayuga, Danny Bowien, Mario Batali, Aaron Sanchez, Jose Andres and others, traveling the world and trying local favorites.

Cooking Competition Show

In 2009, Lagasse joined Bravo’s Top Chef as a judge. Lagasse also was a guest judge during term 9 of Top Chef: Texas in 2011 and joined the judge’s table for term 10 and 11 in Seattle and New Orleans Respectively.

Throughout the term 11 of Top Chef: New Orleans, Emeril’s Restaurant was the featured location and the episode’s winning dish was featured on the menu at the restaurants.

Moreover, his team with fellow Food Network personality Mario Batali in a tag battle against Bobby Flay. And White House managerial chef Cristeta Comerford on an episode of Iron Chef America which aired on January 2, 2010.

He served as the Menu Master of the TNT cooking competition show On the Menu, which ran for one term in 2014. However, the show was hosted by Ty Pennington. <a href=" https://www.wickedfa...asse-net-worth/">Read More " </a>


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#2 Marmoset


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Posted 26 October 2018 - 11:14 PM



The media is flooded with cookery shows. At a time of ballooning obesity this is dubious trend. Also the celebrity cooks are nearly always male. Cooking is not exactly a manly activity. This is yet another propaganda offensive aimed at undermining traditional gender roles.

Edited by Marmoset, 26 October 2018 - 11:15 PM.

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