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For the last four years, chef Robert Irvine has hosted Food Network's Dinner: Impossible. However, it recently came to light that he exaggerated his experience on his resume. As a result, Food Network has dropped Robert Irvine and replaced him with Michael Symon, the next Iron Chef.
Unfortunately, I really liked Robert Irvine in that role and I enjoyed his show. I don't think Michael Symon will carry the show in the same way and couldn't care less that Irvine embellished details on his resume (isn't that what you're supposed to do on a resume)? This sentiment seems to be echoed on some on-line forums and I hope that Food Network will re-consider as they have not made a final decision about his contractual standing with the company.
Posted 07/26/2008 01:29 AM in Food, News | Total Comments: (0)
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