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Down Home with the Neelys
Format Cooking
Starring Pat and Gina Neely
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 71, as of July 20, 2009
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Food Network

Down Home with the Neelys is a Food Network show hosted by Patrick and Gina Neely. In the show, they share the secrets behind their favorite dishes and their passion for food. Videotaped in their Memphis home surrounded by family and friends, the show now airs seven days a week on Food Network. They're known for their singing and dancing while cooking and for their mild bedroom humor.

Popularity

After its February 2008 premiere, the show became the highest-rated series debut in the five-year history of Food Network's "In the Kitchen" weekend block and continues to be a top ratings performer.

Cooking style

Gina and Pat Neeley are known for their Southern barbecue cooking, typically cooking with a some type of spicy meat such as sausage or ribs.

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Down Home with the Neelys
Format Cooking
Starring Pat and Gina Neely
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 71, as of July 20, 2009
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Food Network

Down Home with the Neelys is a Food Network show hosted by Patrick and Gina Neely. In the show, they share the secrets behind their favorite dishes and their passion for food. Videotaped in their Memphis home surrounded by family and friends, the show now airs seven days a week on Food Network. They're known for their singing and dancing while cooking and for their mild bedroom humor.

Popularity

After its February 2008 premiere, the show became the highest-rated series debut in the five-year history of Food Network's "In the Kitchen" weekend block and continues to be a top ratings performer.

Cooking style

Gina and Pat Neeley are known for their Southern barbecue cooking, typically cooking with a some type of spicy meat such as sausage or ribs.

External links

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