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Monday, March 19

Surround Yourself in Ina's Love

This is a good article from the Star News Online (oh my god, she's doing it to me too with the "good _______") about Ina Garten, her background and why she's so well-liked by her fans.

The article also gives some added information on her husband Jeffrey's role within Ina's world (her "primary investor and advisor") and business partner/friend Frank Newbold, who regularly appears on her show.

The best bit of information is that Ina is expanding into 360 degrees!




By year-end, Ms. Garten’s setting will change. She is building a large barn just south of her home that will house a television kitchen, allowing shows to be filmed from a 360-degree angle.

Wow! Ina from all angles! I can't wait, as I'm sure this new kitchen will be even bigger and more extravagant (I want six ovens!).

The article is a nice pre-read to Ina's Chefography, which airs tonight on the Food Network.





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4 Comments:

At 3/19/2007 4:02 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great article. I really like Ina and her recipes. I saw her chefography last year and really enjoyed the story.

I found the following quote interesting and admirable (as RR can't seem to get enough of anything and everything)

She has turned down offers to start magazines or to be host for more TV shows. She has declined to endorse other food products beyond her own line and has rejected opening a chain of food shops.

 
At 3/19/2007 4:19 PM , Blogger jacob said...

Glad you enjoyed it!

Yes, it's refreshing to see that Ina has much different priorities than RR and isn't influenced by her (or others) career.

 
At 3/13/2008 3:54 PM , Anonymous Susan Morris said...

Ina is a class act, without pretense. She makes cooking with elegance easy, and I admire her honest approach to good food. Sure wish we could see into her fabulous pantry, to discover what her favorite "good ingredients" are...like "good cocoa", "good olive oil" and "good balsamic vinegar". Thanks, Ina, for being an inspiration to all of us foodies!

 
At 7/01/2008 1:39 PM , Anonymous Georgie said...

Such a great program. Watch every day. Wouldn't you love to have lunch with Ina. She is the only TV cook that is calm and enjoyable to watch.

 

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