Jan 17 2008
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The Sneaky Chef author Missy Chase Lapine, hot on the heels of having just sued Jessica Seinfeld over the striking similarities between her own book and Seinfeld's Deceptively Delicious, has just inked a deal to do yet another installation in her series. Lapine's latest book is to feature even more ways to hide fruits

Nov 29 2007
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The Seinfelds have had un petit tiff! Jessica, it seems, has other talents other than, um, steaming, pureeing, and self-promoting: She also can't stop talking. On Barbara Walters' Sirius radio show, Jessica admitted that she hated Jerry making Bee Movie because it meant too many hours away from her and the kids, and

Nov 26 2007
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Will the shameless promotion of Jessica Seinfeld by her husband ever cease? In addition to insisting on his wife's utter genius as a chef and author Jerry Seinfeld has now taken to proclaiming the little missus worthy of a sitcom. Says Seinfeld, "I guess if I did another sitcom it would be about marriage. I'd just

Nov 19 2007
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Jessica Seinfeld was on the The View today, and in between bites of "deceptively delicious" food, Barbara Walters asked Seinfeld to elaborate a little on the scandal surrounding her cookbook Deceptively Delicious. Jessica Seinfeld: "I can understand why [Missy Chase Lapine, author of The Sneaky Chef] would've been

Nov 5 2007
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Not only is Jessica Seinfeld a possible plagiarist, she's also a possible pusher. MediaPost wonders if "Mrs. Moneybags is pushing a gateway brownie," because toddlers who grow up "with their brownies spiked with spinach grow up with an affinity in their later years for the kind of brownies that come with stronger

Oct 25 2007
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Writer Mimi Sheraton (the first female chief food critic at The New York Times) has taken on Jessica Seinfeld's bestselling book Deceptively Delicious. Says Sheraton of the controversy on the similarities between Seinfeld's Deceptively Delicious and Missy Chase Lapine's The Sneaky Chef: "I say: a plague on both their

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