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Olivia Wilder

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ADAM GERTLER First runner-up on Season 4's "The Next Food Network Star," Adam got his own show, anyhow, and was soon hosting, "Will Work For Food." Adam has a passion for food, and a fun-loving personality.

He has been a short-order cook, server, caterer, and even donut filler and froster, but food has always played a major role in Adam's life. Currently living in LA, he can currently be seen on "The Best Thing I Ever Ate," and 3 shows on Fine Living Network (FLN).

LONNI PAUL bases her work in the study of all things simple, modern, and clean. From her years working as a fashion model in Milan, Paris, New York, Munich, and Tokyo, Lonni developed a keen eye for understated elegance, and a taste for luxurious comfort. From the runways of Girogio Armani and Gianfranco Ferri, Krizia, and Yoji Yamamoto, Bill Blass and Prad, Lonni came to understand the importance of color and design.

Lonni has lived in six countries and traveled to over 50 countries.

EMMANUEL DELCOUR, our favorite French chef, returns with a special recipe. Emmanuel was born and raised in the South of France, and moved to Los Angeles less than five years ago. His upbringing in Bordeaux afforded him the opportunity to experience the most amazing traditional dishes and products available in France. Childhood moments spent with family and friends around the table served to fuel his inspiration to become a chef. Besides graduating from the acclaimed (Jean Christophe) Novelli Academy, seen on BRAVO network's "Chef Academy," Emmanuel has apprenticed with 2 Michelin star master chef, Christophe Emee at his renowned "Ortolan" restaurant in Beverly Hills.

Emmanuel has been a print model, personal trainer, and has acted in film and television, and appeared in several commercials.

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