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Favorite Foods of Celebrity Chefs

Food Network stars and PBS chefs are used to making delicious food on TV. This is what they love to eat when the camera stops rolling.

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Ree Drummond: Cheesy Potato Casserole

Ree Drummond, aka the Pioneer Woman, is a master of the potluck. Her big-batch dishes and cheesy casseroles can feed plenty of farmers, ranchers, neighbors and friends. We can’t get enough of this cheesy, twice-baked potato casserole, either!

Read More: Ree Drummond’s Favorite Potluck Dishes

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Ina Garten: Roast Chicken

The Barefoot Contessa can make any elegant meal look easy. Her cooking tips are easy to follow and ensure you’ll have success in the kitchen. The dish she can’t live without? Roast chicken.

Read More: Foods Ina Garten Loves to Cook (and Eat!)

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Alton Brown: In-n-Out Burger

Host of Good Eats and Cutthroat Kitchen, Alton Brown is no novice when it comes to food. But what does he love indulging in when not making something himself? Alton’s guilty pleasure is a burger from the fast food chain, In-n-Out. With a chocolate milkshake, of course.
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Julia Child: Beef Bourguignon

Julia Child transformed the French cooking scene in America. She made it possible for us humble home cooks to make beef bourguignon, French bread, souffles and chocolate mousse. Thanks, Julia, for your wit, encouragement and cooking lessons.

Read More: Must-Make Recipes Inspired by Julia Child

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Guy Fieri: Sushi

Guy Fieri has traveled all across the U.S in search of the best dishes in his TV show, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. He’s even opened up his own eatery, which focuses on one of his favorite foods: sushi.

Read More: Foods Guy Fieri Thinks Are Off the Hook

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Jamie Oliver: Pork Shoulder Roast

In our interview with British chef Jamie Oliver, he claimed his favorite meat dish was pork shoulder. “I make a mean pork shoulder roast. Crisp golden skin and really tender meat is the holy grail. My trick is to rub the pork with olive oil, salt and pepper, then sear it on the stovetop to crisp up the skin. Finally, bake it at low heat in the oven till it melts off the bone.”
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Trisha Yearwood: Lemon Meringue Pie

On Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, Trisha Yearwood shows us how to make real good Southern food. What’s her favorite? She loves lemon meringue pie, especially her dad’s. How sweet!

Read More: Foods Trisha Yearwood Loves to Cook (and Eat!)

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Joanna Gaines: Biscuits

Joanna Gaines has a knack for interior design, and now we know she’s got a knack for recipes! Her new cookbook, Magnolia Table, is full of Southern comfort food. And she didn’t put just any biscuit recipe in there. She took an entire year to construct the perfect one.

Get Recipe: Joanna Gaines’ Biscuits

Read More: Joanna Gaines’ Favorite Recipes

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Rick Bayless: Doughnuts

Rick Bayless has shared his love of Mexican food for years on his PBS show, Mexico: One Plate at a Time. But his guilty pleasure? Doughnuts. The chef doesn’t make them himself, as he claims, “you can go anyplace on the planet and find someone who specializes in fried dough.”
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Ayesha Curry: Bananas Foster

As a busy mom, Ayesha Curry knows the importance of an easy dessert. Her go-to sweet: Bananas Foster. Its simple yet dreamy.

Read More: Foods That Ayesha Curry Just Loves

Emily Racette Parulski
Emily Racette Parulski is a Senior Editor for Taste of Home, specializing in email newsletters. When she’s not writing about food, she’s baking something sweet to feed her chocolate obsession.