30 Celebrities Making Serious Dough in the Food Industry

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Trisha Yearwood is known for her signature sound, and Ryan Gosling got his start on the silver screen. However, both of these celebs used their fame to cook up successful careers in the kitchen, as well.

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From opening their own restaurants to hosting top cooking shows, some actors and musicians are as hot inside the kitchen as they are out. While it might not be clear how much revenue they’ve earned from their adventures in eating, it’s clear that they’re taking a bite out of the food industry and growing their business empires.

Last updated: Aug. 3, 2021

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Chrissy Teigen

Model-turned-social media personality Chrissy Teigen parlayed her Twitter fame into a foodie empire. She released her first cookbook, “Cravings,” in 2016 and its follow-up, “Cravings: Hungry for More,”

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Travel + Leisure Journal Acquired By Wyndham Destinations For $100 Million

Lewis mentioned other forms of travel resistance come from management and employees. Business journey remains to be down as a lot as 50% from pre-pandemic ranges, and that matters to airways and lodge chains. Christina Trauthwein, VP, content material and artistic, Hotel Business, shares highlights of the July 15th version. There’s a mid-year outlook, a narrative on variety and inclusion in the hospitality industry and a chunk on labor scarcity, amongst different articles.

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Your favorite Food Network chefs’ top tips


On air in the US for nearly 30 years, Food Network has drawn in culinary fans of all ages with its cooking shows, competitions and an excellent line up of chefs dishing out fantastic recipes. Whether it’s top tips for perfect burgers, great ideas to enhance your dishes or shortcuts and nifty hacks to make cooking easier, these chefs definitely know what they’re talking about.




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Eviction moratorium expiration sends Cook County officials scrambling to connect landlords, tenants to financial resources

CHICAGO (WLS) — Cook County officials are scrambling to help people behind on their rent, as they warned the expired moratorium could cause a “tsunami of evictions” in September.

Board President Toni Preckwinkle and other country leaders are hoping to avoid a potential homelessness wave by connecting renters and landlords to free services before they go to court.

“Housing insecurity and homelessness have been shown to lead to food insecurity, domestic violence, mental illness, preventable health conditions and substance abuse,” Preckwinkle said.

Both federal and state eviction moratoriums ended over the weekend. In Illinois that means a landlord can now file eviction papers, and evictions can move forward starting Sept. 1.

“We’re here today to urge our landlord partners to consider all the alternatives at your disposal before filing those eviction papers,” Preckwinkle said.

She was joined by other officials Monday morning to highlight an initiative offering free legal help

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