Posts Tagged ‘Joey’
» posted on Friday, February 24th, 2012 at 7:55 am by joey-fatone
Last week’s episode of My Family Recipe Rocks! with Joey Fatone is up!
There’s something cooking in the friendly skies over Florida as Joey meets a former flight attendant who shares a whole lot more than her amazing shrimp and pasta dish she calls ‘Mama Shrimp.’Lori Kline and a crew of her flight attendant and pilot friends gather at her home in Lake Worth, Florida, as she prepares a New Orleans style Creole dish with some KICK! Using fresh ingredients from her husband’s produce business and fresh raw shrimp, this dish has become famous in their community near West Palm Beach.Watch the show online at Livewell.com or here at Still *NSYNC!
» posted on Tuesday, February 7th, 2012 at 7:38 am by joey-fatone
The new epi of My Family Recipe Rocks is up! Check it!
» posted on Monday, January 30th, 2012 at 1:43 am by joey-fatone
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Wishing you a happy, HAPPY birthday from all of us SuperFans at Still*NSYNC!
*Thanks to Bastet_Baby for the graphic and the video!
» posted on Friday, January 27th, 2012 at 11:51 am by joey-fatone
The first episode of Joey’s new show on the Livewell network is UP! Catch it segment by segment at LivewellNetwork.com or here at StillNSYNC!
The Annual Lincolnwood Drive block party in Evanston, Illinois, celebrates the end of summer and the beginning of the next school year. Children and adults alike, look forward to this yearly event where neighbors, family and friends come together to eat, drink and be merry.
The Fies Family — Andy and Jean — provide the centerpiece of the block party with their slow-cooked, North Carolina pulled pork recipe. The entire block salivates each year waiting on this delectable dish.Everyone else brings side dishes, like macaroni and cheese, salads, veggie dishes, red velvet cake, cheese cake, cup cakes and apple pie. There are plenty of creations to delight any palate, but the pulled pork dish is the highlight of the event and everyone waits for the showpiece to arrive.
» posted on Monday, January 23rd, 2012 at 8:54 am by joey-fatone
Durham, North Carolina, is known for tobacco, a great minor-league baseball team and incredible southern food. It’s also becoming known as one of the best places in the U.S. for the fast-growing Food Truck Movement. Joey spent the day with one of the new stars of this exciting food-scene in Durham, The Chirba Chirba Food Truck.
Twitter and Facebook are a large part of Chirba Chirba’s marketing plan. They tell fans when and where the truck will be on the social media websites. Follow @ChirbaChirba on Twitter and check out their fan page on Facebook at facebook.com/chirbachirba.
For more information on Chirba Chirba visit their website at www.chirbachirba.com.
» posted on Thursday, December 15th, 2011 at 4:38 am by joey-fatone
Oh, boy. I don’t remember Joey ever saying he was a good cook… and by the looks of this promo, I don’t think he’ll ever be able to say that.
Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri will lead star-studded teams of amateur cooks in a fun, fast-paced culinary fight to the finish on the new Food Network prime-time series Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook-Off.
Two of the world’s best-known culinary personalities will lead star-studded teams of amateur cooks in a fun, fast-paced culinary fight to the finish on the new Food Network prime-time series Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook-Off. The six-episode show is set to premiere on January 1 at 9pm ET/PT.
Emmy®-winning talk show host and Food Network icon Rachael Ray and best-selling cookbook author and successful restaurateur Guy Fieri will serve as coaches and mentors to eight multi-talented celebrities, all of whom are passionate about food and cooking. Divided into Team Rachael and Team Guy, the contestants will face intense weekly challenges that are sure to have them working, fighting and laughing as they race against the clock to prepare elaborate meals for up to 150 guests. The winning and losing teams will be chosen by the guest diners — and between two bottom-rated contestants from the losing team, one member will be sent home each week. The last celebrity standing at the end of the season will win a cash donation to his or her favorite charity.
“What do you get when you combine me, Guy, eight celebrities and industrial stoves? You’ll have to wait and see, but I can say it’s hot times in the city and on the set. What a blast — these pros are from all different fields and they are cooking up a storm for dozens, even hundreds of judges, daily,” said Rachael.
“I’m absolutely psyched to work on this show. Rachael and I have been friends for years and being able to work with her in this capacity for the first time is a blast. It’s also great to see the celebrity contestants so excited about food and putting themselves out there,” said Guy. “There is some serious competition among them to win for their favorite charities and the action is nonstop.”
The show’s all-star lineup includes:
- Summer Sanders – Two-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer and national sportscaster
- Lou Diamond Phillips – Golden Globe®-nominated actor (Stand and Deliver, SGU Stargate Universe)
- Aaron Carter – Multi-platinum-selling recording artist and actor (Popstar, Supercross)
- Joey Fatone – Singer, actor, television personality and founding member of top-selling supergroup ‘N Sync
- Taylor Dayne – Chart-topping recording star and actress (Broadway’s Aida, television’s Nightman)
- Coolio – Grammy®-winning hip-hop artist
- Cheech Marin – Grammy-winning® comedian, screenwriter and actor (Judging Amy, Cars 2)
- Alyssa Campanella – Winner, Miss USA 2011 and Runner-Up, Miss Teen USA 2007
» posted on Tuesday, July 19th, 2011 at 5:18 am by joey-fatone
Joey Fatone, the former ‘N Sync performer who lives in Central Florida, will host “Karaoke Battle U.S.A.”
posted by halboedeker on July, 11 2011 5:14 PM | Orlando Sentinel
The singing contest from ABC debuts at 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, on WFTV-Channel 9.
If the premise sounds preposterous, ABC notes that Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood started with karaoke.
The judging panel will be Carnie Wilson, music journalist Joe Levy (Maxim, Rolling Stone) and Brian Scott, the National Karaoke Champion for 2009.
The six-episode series taped this summer at regional finals in Houston, Las Vegas, New York City and Chicago.
The best male and female performers at each stop move to the Los Angeles House of Blues, where they will compete for the titles King and Queen of Karaoke. The semifinals and finals will tape in L.A. next month.
The top prizes include a recording (released by Hollywood Records) and a chance to compete at the Karaoke World Championships. They will be in Ireland later this year.
Fatone performed on “Dancing With the Stars” and hosted “The Singing Bee.”
» posted on Wednesday, July 13th, 2011 at 12:44 am by joey-fatone
JOEY! Gah, I love him. Pick up more photos of Joey on the Red carpet joined by his daughter and nephew!
» posted on Monday, July 4th, 2011 at 6:25 am by joey-fatone
If anyone would like to see the episode of Rocco’s Dinner Party (airing Wednesdays on BRAVO), you can pick up the download HERE. The file is m4v, and should be viewable with Quicktime. I tried to convert it to another format but was unsuccessful.
Joey’s not featured a lot, though he IS there. It’s basically an hour of Joey eating and talking about Italian food. One of the dinner guests makes Joey talk to her daughter, who is a HUGE *NSYNC fan.
» posted on Monday, June 13th, 2011 at 3:10 am by joey-fatone
. Bye, Bye, Bye Old Stuff Looking during celebrities’ houses is fascinating, from the Playboy Mansion to Marilyn Monroe’s final home (remember Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous and Cribs?). Even some-more engaging than the houses themselves is the … Continue reading