Bobby Flay is saying “ciao” to the Food Network.
After 27 years, the movie star chef is departing the culinary community.
Flay, 56, just lately sealed a three-year take care of the company, nevertheless, these negotiations are actually useless, according to Variety.
A supply near Food Network defined to the publication that the “decision has been made to move on as the sides were far apart on financial terms.”
Flay has been a part of the cable community since 1994 and has starred on a number of of his personal eponymous exhibits.
The New York native has starred in exhibits akin to (*27*) “Brunch at Bobby’s,” “Chopped,” “Iron Chef America,” “Worst Cooks in America,” “The Next Food Network Star Is…” and “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.”
Flay additionally fronted the sequence “The Flay List” along with his daughter Sophie.
Aside from internet hosting quite a few cooking exhibits throughout the a long time, he is additionally the solely chef to have his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which he obtained again in 2015.
Flay has written many cookbooks, akin to “Bobby Flay’s Bold American Food,” “Bobby Flay’s Grilling For Life,” “Bobby Flay’s Throwdown!” and “Bobby at Home: Fearless Flavors from My Kitchen.”
The Daytime Emmy Award winner additionally owns a number of eating places throughout America in areas akin to Long Island, Atlantic City and Las Vegas.