Series premieres Monday, May 25, on Food Network
For the first time Food Network stars reveal their best-kept and most intimate food secrets in "Guilty Pleasures," premiering Monday, May 25 (10 p.m. ET/PT), on Food Network.
In the course of six episodes visit the locations and meet the chefs behind some of the most decadent food masterpieces, through the eyes of some of the biggest names in the culinary world today. The series features Richard Blais, Daphne Brogdon, Anne Burrell, Bobby Flay, Duff Goldman, Alex Guarnaschelli, Carla Hall, Robert Irvine, Katie Lee, Lorraine Pascale, Rachael Ray, Curtis Stone, Fabio Viviani along with actress Valerie Bertinelli and comedian David Alan Grier all revealing their "Guilty Pleasures." From a 24-layer chocolate cake, to a mega-bacon cheeseburger, to a filet mignon covered in fried oysters, "Guilty Pleasures" shows off dishes whose very names make your stomach rumble.
Throughout the season find out what over-the-top dishes the stars cannot resist, including how Anne Burrell satisfies her sweet tooth; Bobby Flay carving up a sizzling, Big Apple-sized steak, while raving about a tenderloin topped with crab and butter sauce; Duff Goldman digging into a banana split big enough for King Kong; Alex Guarnaschelli getting her brunch on with a bacon coffee cake, while Carla Hall deconstructs a tower of French toast. Join Robert Irvine as he discusses an impossibly decadent bacon mac and cheeseburger, while Katie Lee directs us to a drive-in where the onion coleslaw chilidog is heaven on wheels. Comedian David Alan Grier is dead serious about a Hollywood fried chicken feast, and Valerie Bertinelli is weak for a saucy ham and cheese creation decadent enough for a king. Finally, what gooey and meaty sandwiches have Rachael Ray and Curtis Stone going crazy for?
VisitFoodNetwork.com/GuiltyPleasures to check out photos of the food masterpieces featured on the show, find out where to try them, take a personality quiz and more. Fans can join the conversation on Twitter using #GuiltyPleasures.