What Is Emeril Lagasse's Most Requested Recipe After 25 Years in the Business?

Emeril Lagasse is one of the most successful chefs and Food Network stars of all time, and this month marks the 25th anniversary of where it all began: Emeril’s New Orleans.

Bam! 5 Things You Didn't Know About Food Network's Biggest Stars

It’s hard to remember a time when words like “Bam!” and “Yum-o” weren’t part of our food lexicon.

But in October 1993, the Television Food Network debuted with very little fanfare or flourish. After two decades, and multiple T.V. personalities later, the better known Food Network is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Emeril Lagasse's Deviled Eggs

Many people don’t think eggs when they think Super Bowl, but to Top Chef judge Emeril Lagasse, the snack makes total sense. They’re “easy to make and always a crowd favorite,” he says.

And they’ve got plenty of heat too: Lagasse’s eggs feature jalapeños, chipotle chilies and a Cajun spice blend that adds some bam! to the dish. Just the way they like things down in Super Bowl host city New Orleans!

Bono to Help Take Spider-Man to Broadway

PLANNED: An all-star creative team is set to give Spider-Man the Broadway musical treatment. Variety reports that The Lion King auteur Julie Taymor will direct, The Crying Game’s Neil Jordan will write the book, and songs will be supplied by Bono and The Edge of U2. Talks are reportedly underway between Marvel Comics and Victor./Victoria producer Tony Adams. No word on a potential Spidey, though Hugh Jackman can do anything.