Your favorite Food Network stars may be household names, but there's a lot more to them than what you see on TV.
Manhattan-born Bobby Flay has been a mainstay on Food Network since 1999, when “Hot off the Grill with Bobby Flay” premiered. Since then, he’s appeared on nearly two dozen more Food Network shows, most recently “The Flay List,” in which he eats his way through New York with his daughter, Sophie. Flay is also really into horse racing. He owns several thoroughbred horses, many of whom have participated in Triple Crown races.
Anonymous: The difference is that Germany didn't pay for the holocaust 150 years after it happened by people who were removed from the actual events by 5 generations. My wife and I both have relatives who fought for the North. Her ancestor died at the railroad cut at Gettysburg fighting with the black hats. My relative died marching across Indiana chasing Morgan's raiders. The northern war effort was funded by citizens. Lincoln said it was paid for in blood. The case is closed in my mind.