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Emeril Lagasse may be a world-renowned chef, restaurateur, television host, and businessman, but he’ s most well-known for one thing and one thing only: His catchphrase, BAM ! Lagasse , who rose to fame thanks to his television show Essence of Emeril , has been able to create one of the most
Emeril Lagasse may be a world-renowned chef, restaurateur, television host, and businessman, but he’s most well-known for one thing and one thing only: His catchphrase, BAM!
Lagasse, who rose to fame thanks to his television show Essence of Emeril, has been able to create one of the most recognizable celebrity food brands thanks not only to his delicious recipes but also because of the singular word, which began as a way to keep his television crew awake.
“In the early days of starting the Food Network, I had a show called. In the beginning days, there was no audience and there were not a lot of production people,” Lagasse explained to . At the time, he explained, he had about six camera people, a stage manager, and a few kitchen managers. In a single day, the crew would crank through about eight episodes, making for a slow, monotonous workday.
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How Emeril Lagasse Really Feels About His Signature Catchphrase. The word " bam " is almost as well-known as chef Emeril Lagasse himself. It's been a part of the celebrity chef's persona for as long as we can And does he ever regret it? Here ' s what Emeril had to say about that three-letter word.
The award-winning celebrity chef/owner reveals how he invented a cooking catchphrase. The Eater Upsell - Emeril on growing an empire, listening to your
“We’d come back after lunch and start shooting again, and I realized I might as well be alone. I would think, ‘Everyone here is practically sleeping because they ate so much,’” he said. “So I started kicking it up a notch by raising the spice level. ‘BAM!’ came to wake them son-of-a-guns up. And that’s how it all began.”
According to the chef, people still shout the word at him when they seem him on the street. “It is what it is,” he said. However, to this day, he wouldn’t change his association with the word for the world. But really why would he hate it? The word BAM keeps him at the forefront of every food fan’s mind and in 2008 it made him a cool $50 million when he signed a 10-year contract with.
“I wouldn’t change it. I’ve tried it, believe me,” he said. “I’ve tried ‘pow.’ I’ve tried all kinds of things. Bam is just kinda me.”
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Emeril Lagasse has been bringing comfort food to us for years. I remember watching all of his cooking shows growing up. When Emeril went on Rachael Ray’ s talk show to cook up a yummy dish of stuffed shells, I knew it was going to be a good one! You can’t really go wrong with spinach, sausage
The Emeril Channel invites people to join Chef Emeril Lagasse as he teaches you how to make his signature dishes and so much more. From recipes perfect for tailgating at the game, to classic dishes that pack a punch, he'll show you how to put the BAM in your cooking.
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