We’re not shy about our
effusive love of and YouTube cooking shows general contempt for televised ones. But apart from the Eric Riperts and the Tom Colicchios and the Eddie Huangs online, there are web-based cooks whose culinary celebrity is confined to the YouTube-verse. Lesser known to a commercial audience, they may be, but with fan bases every bit as dedicated. Here are the seven channels you need to subscribe to right now.
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ABC News’ Jake Tapper Ices Reporter Who Interrupts His Drone Strike Question
The United States'
use of drone strikes in the Middle East, already a hotly-debated topic, was the subject of a round of tough questions from ABC News' Jake Tapper at Tuesday's White House Daily Press Briefing, pegged to the reported killing of al Qaeda #2 (the worst job since Spinal Tap drummer) Abu Yahya al-Libi. As Tapper zeroed in on Press Secretary Jay Carney with some quick follow-ups, however, he was interrupted by CBS News Radio's Peter Maer, who wanted to razz him for asking too many questions.
MSNBC Anchor Interrogates Romney Spokesperson During Heated Panel
MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts engaged in a heated exchange with Alice Stewart, former campaign press secretary for Rick Santorum’s presidential bid, during a panel segment on Monday. Roberts went after Stewart over the numbers:
Matthews Goes Nuclear On Conservative During MSNBC Panel: ‘Here’s The Idiot Republican Argument’
MSNBC host Chris Matthews took a swipe at President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign on Friday, calling it ‘pissant.’ When a Republican panel guest agreed with much of Matthew’s assessment but challenged his insistence that the American people want to hear the case for more government intervention into the economy, he unloaded.
Crazy Greek Dude Punches Woman On The Air
As Greece continues to plummet further into economic turmoil and political upheaval, it only makes sense that their cable news programming would reflect such tension, with the rigorous debates and contentious name-calling. Oh, and fist-throwing. Watch:
Michelle Malkin And Sally Kohn Spar On Hannity's Radio Show
Sean Hannity hosted a discussion on his radio program on Thursday between Sally Kohn, a liberal columnist, and conservative pundit Michelle Malkin. A fight over a column by Kohn that took Malkin to task for “hypocrisy” quickly escalated into a series of personal attacks.
Joe Scarborough And Mika Brzezinski Fight Over NYT
Morning Joe hosts and Mika Brzezinski went head to head over whether it was appropriate for the Joe Scarborough New York Times to publish "The Candidate Next Door," an article on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's house renovations -- renovations that are, apparently, annoying his neighbors.
Ari Melber Brawls With Jodi Kantor Over NYT Story On Romney House
Ari Melber takes Jodi Kantor to task over the controversial Mitt Romney La Jolla renovations story in the Home and Garden section of the New York Times.
Jon Stewart Savors The Schadenfreude Of MSNBC's Wisconsin Meltdown
Jon Stewart laughed maniacally as pundits "MSNBSad" experienced the many, many stages of grief-- from denial, to more denial, and even more denial.