Thursday, January 7, 2010

Brooklyn's food network

The Food Network has been in the news as of late, some of it good for Brooklyn, some of it bad.

In the latter, Cablevision customers have been left without access to the channel as the network and TV provider are in the midst of a feud.

That has Brooklynites like Sunny Anderson, a chef on the network, fuming.

“I’m so disappointed that some of my neighbors no longer have access to Food Network,” the Bay Ridge resident told the Courier.

On the bright side, one Brooklyn shop shines on the channel, as the owner of the Cobble Hill-based Fish Tales Gourmet Seafood Market, John Addis (pictured), goes up against Bobby Flay in his "Throwndown" television show.

On January 13, tune in as Addis, a Bensonhurst native who now lives in Staten Island, goes up against the chef on the Brooklyn waterfront as they make Manhattan Fish Chowder.

Here's hoping you can actually watch it when it airs.

Photo by Stefano Giovannini


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