Trisha Yearwood – Trisha’s Southern Kitchen – Food Network

She sings, cooks, writes and wouldn’t you know it… is also a stellar TV host. Yearwood’s Southern charm livens up this series, which features some authentic and delicious Southern dishes that will make your mouth water as you think about all those calories you shouldn’t be eating. She feels as authentic as the comfort food she serves up. Yearwood’s show, shot in her home kitchen in Nashville, also stands out because of the cameo appearances friends and family make in her kitchen.

Honorable Mentions

Giada De Laurentiis, Giada at Home – Food Network – One day, we’ll be as perfect ad De Laurentiis. But until then, we’ll just watch and learn.

Todd Fisher, United States of Bacon – Destination America – Fisher is smart enough to step back and let bacon be the star, but watching the self-proclaimed baconholic puts us in hog heaven.

Nadia Giosia, Nadia G’s Bitchin’ Kitchen – Cooking Channel – A tattooed, rockin’ chef shows us that not every cook wears pearls and a lace-trimmed apron.

Padma Lakshmi, Top Chef – Bravo – A consummate class act, Lakshmi plays it pretty straight amid the kitchen mayhem.

Jeff Mauro, Sandwich King – Food Network – “Food Network Star” Season 7’s winner Jeff Mauro adds some pizazz between the bread.

Roger Mooking, Man Fire Food – Cooking Channel – There’s just something primal about a guy exploring new ways to cook over an open flame. We’re fired up!

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