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Phil Rosenthal, Creator of ‘Everybody Loves Raymond,’ Travels the World In Search of Good Food on ‘I’ll Have What Phil's Having’

Phil Rosenthal, Creator of ‘Everybody Loves Raymond,’ Travels the World In Search of Good Food on ‘I’ll Have What Phil's Having’


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Phil Rosenthal, Creator of ‘Everybody Loves Raymond,’ Travels the World In Search of Good Food on ‘I’ll Have What...

Stateside, expect appearances from guests like Martin Short and Ray Romano.

On Monday, September 28, Hollywood producer Phil Rosenthal, creator of the beloved sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, will debut his own food and travel series for PBS called I’ll Have What Phil’s Having.

The six-part, unscripted series will explore the culinary treasures of France, Japan, Italy, China, Spain, and the United States. At home in Los Angeles, Rosenthal will welcome guests including Martin Short, Allison Janney, Larry Wilmore, and Ray Romano himself.

Phil will also visit the legendary “maestro of meat,” Dario Cecchini, in Italy; see “football-sized croissants” with author and pastry chef David Lebovitz in Paris; experience ancient Eastern medicine “in the form of a powdered tea” in Hong Kong; and visit Albert Adrià's vermouth bar in Barcelona.

“My mother was not a fantastic cook. Our oven had a setting for ‘shoe.’” Rosenthal said of his foray into the world of culinary exploration. “I have always been interested in family, food, travel and of course, humor. The true essence of it all is to connect with others. If a guy like me can try other foods and travel to other lands, then maybe others will be inspired to do it too, even in their own city.”


The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed Phil (a Netflix Original produced by Food Republic’s parent company, Zero Point Zero Production) and he’s here today to tell us all about it! The six-episode series is now available on Netflix and follows Rosenthal to Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and more. Also today, Bad Yelp Review of Good Restaurants in Post Bites. But first the news.

Today’s News:

  • How your hand soap smells can affect how your food tastes. Danish chef Adam Aamann is creating his own scented soap to complement his dishes.
  • Nestlé is selling its U.S. chocolate and confectionary products to Ferrero in a move to focus on healthier snacks.
  • Internet sensation Salt Bae is opening his first New York restaurant.
  • Thanks to Mariah Carey, sales in tea have risen. A recent study also shows that drinking tea gets the creative juices flowing.

Further Reading/Watching:

Food Republic Today is hosted by our Editorial Director, Richard Martin, with co-host Krista Ruane, Zero Point Zero culinary creative director, and produced by Zero Point Zero Production. Our producer is Katie Guhl with assistance from Tiffany Do and additional editing by Manuel Sander. The episode features music by Ghostly International artists including Michna, whose “Metal Baile Joint” is the theme song.


The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed Phil (a Netflix Original produced by Food Republic’s parent company, Zero Point Zero Production) and he’s here today to tell us all about it! The six-episode series is now available on Netflix and follows Rosenthal to Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and more. Also today, Bad Yelp Review of Good Restaurants in Post Bites. But first the news.

Today’s News:

  • How your hand soap smells can affect how your food tastes. Danish chef Adam Aamann is creating his own scented soap to complement his dishes.
  • Nestlé is selling its U.S. chocolate and confectionary products to Ferrero in a move to focus on healthier snacks.
  • Internet sensation Salt Bae is opening his first New York restaurant.
  • Thanks to Mariah Carey, sales in tea have risen. A recent study also shows that drinking tea gets the creative juices flowing.

Further Reading/Watching:

Food Republic Today is hosted by our Editorial Director, Richard Martin, with co-host Krista Ruane, Zero Point Zero culinary creative director, and produced by Zero Point Zero Production. Our producer is Katie Guhl with assistance from Tiffany Do and additional editing by Manuel Sander. The episode features music by Ghostly International artists including Michna, whose “Metal Baile Joint” is the theme song.


The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed Phil (a Netflix Original produced by Food Republic’s parent company, Zero Point Zero Production) and he’s here today to tell us all about it! The six-episode series is now available on Netflix and follows Rosenthal to Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and more. Also today, Bad Yelp Review of Good Restaurants in Post Bites. But first the news.

Today’s News:

  • How your hand soap smells can affect how your food tastes. Danish chef Adam Aamann is creating his own scented soap to complement his dishes.
  • Nestlé is selling its U.S. chocolate and confectionary products to Ferrero in a move to focus on healthier snacks.
  • Internet sensation Salt Bae is opening his first New York restaurant.
  • Thanks to Mariah Carey, sales in tea have risen. A recent study also shows that drinking tea gets the creative juices flowing.

Further Reading/Watching:

Food Republic Today is hosted by our Editorial Director, Richard Martin, with co-host Krista Ruane, Zero Point Zero culinary creative director, and produced by Zero Point Zero Production. Our producer is Katie Guhl with assistance from Tiffany Do and additional editing by Manuel Sander. The episode features music by Ghostly International artists including Michna, whose “Metal Baile Joint” is the theme song.


The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed Phil (a Netflix Original produced by Food Republic’s parent company, Zero Point Zero Production) and he’s here today to tell us all about it! The six-episode series is now available on Netflix and follows Rosenthal to Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and more. Also today, Bad Yelp Review of Good Restaurants in Post Bites. But first the news.

Today’s News:

  • How your hand soap smells can affect how your food tastes. Danish chef Adam Aamann is creating his own scented soap to complement his dishes.
  • Nestlé is selling its U.S. chocolate and confectionary products to Ferrero in a move to focus on healthier snacks.
  • Internet sensation Salt Bae is opening his first New York restaurant.
  • Thanks to Mariah Carey, sales in tea have risen. A recent study also shows that drinking tea gets the creative juices flowing.

Further Reading/Watching:

Food Republic Today is hosted by our Editorial Director, Richard Martin, with co-host Krista Ruane, Zero Point Zero culinary creative director, and produced by Zero Point Zero Production. Our producer is Katie Guhl with assistance from Tiffany Do and additional editing by Manuel Sander. The episode features music by Ghostly International artists including Michna, whose “Metal Baile Joint” is the theme song.


The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed Phil (a Netflix Original produced by Food Republic’s parent company, Zero Point Zero Production) and he’s here today to tell us all about it! The six-episode series is now available on Netflix and follows Rosenthal to Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and more. Also today, Bad Yelp Review of Good Restaurants in Post Bites. But first the news.

Today’s News:

  • How your hand soap smells can affect how your food tastes. Danish chef Adam Aamann is creating his own scented soap to complement his dishes.
  • Nestlé is selling its U.S. chocolate and confectionary products to Ferrero in a move to focus on healthier snacks.
  • Internet sensation Salt Bae is opening his first New York restaurant.
  • Thanks to Mariah Carey, sales in tea have risen. A recent study also shows that drinking tea gets the creative juices flowing.

Further Reading/Watching:

Food Republic Today is hosted by our Editorial Director, Richard Martin, with co-host Krista Ruane, Zero Point Zero culinary creative director, and produced by Zero Point Zero Production. Our producer is Katie Guhl with assistance from Tiffany Do and additional editing by Manuel Sander. The episode features music by Ghostly International artists including Michna, whose “Metal Baile Joint” is the theme song.


The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed Phil (a Netflix Original produced by Food Republic’s parent company, Zero Point Zero Production) and he’s here today to tell us all about it! The six-episode series is now available on Netflix and follows Rosenthal to Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and more. Also today, Bad Yelp Review of Good Restaurants in Post Bites. But first the news.

Today’s News:

  • How your hand soap smells can affect how your food tastes. Danish chef Adam Aamann is creating his own scented soap to complement his dishes.
  • Nestlé is selling its U.S. chocolate and confectionary products to Ferrero in a move to focus on healthier snacks.
  • Internet sensation Salt Bae is opening his first New York restaurant.
  • Thanks to Mariah Carey, sales in tea have risen. A recent study also shows that drinking tea gets the creative juices flowing.

Further Reading/Watching:

Food Republic Today is hosted by our Editorial Director, Richard Martin, with co-host Krista Ruane, Zero Point Zero culinary creative director, and produced by Zero Point Zero Production. Our producer is Katie Guhl with assistance from Tiffany Do and additional editing by Manuel Sander. The episode features music by Ghostly International artists including Michna, whose “Metal Baile Joint” is the theme song.


The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed Phil (a Netflix Original produced by Food Republic’s parent company, Zero Point Zero Production) and he’s here today to tell us all about it! The six-episode series is now available on Netflix and follows Rosenthal to Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and more. Also today, Bad Yelp Review of Good Restaurants in Post Bites. But first the news.

Today’s News:

  • How your hand soap smells can affect how your food tastes. Danish chef Adam Aamann is creating his own scented soap to complement his dishes.
  • Nestlé is selling its U.S. chocolate and confectionary products to Ferrero in a move to focus on healthier snacks.
  • Internet sensation Salt Bae is opening his first New York restaurant.
  • Thanks to Mariah Carey, sales in tea have risen. A recent study also shows that drinking tea gets the creative juices flowing.

Further Reading/Watching:

Food Republic Today is hosted by our Editorial Director, Richard Martin, with co-host Krista Ruane, Zero Point Zero culinary creative director, and produced by Zero Point Zero Production. Our producer is Katie Guhl with assistance from Tiffany Do and additional editing by Manuel Sander. The episode features music by Ghostly International artists including Michna, whose “Metal Baile Joint” is the theme song.


The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed Phil (a Netflix Original produced by Food Republic’s parent company, Zero Point Zero Production) and he’s here today to tell us all about it! The six-episode series is now available on Netflix and follows Rosenthal to Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and more. Also today, Bad Yelp Review of Good Restaurants in Post Bites. But first the news.

Today’s News:

  • How your hand soap smells can affect how your food tastes. Danish chef Adam Aamann is creating his own scented soap to complement his dishes.
  • Nestlé is selling its U.S. chocolate and confectionary products to Ferrero in a move to focus on healthier snacks.
  • Internet sensation Salt Bae is opening his first New York restaurant.
  • Thanks to Mariah Carey, sales in tea have risen. A recent study also shows that drinking tea gets the creative juices flowing.

Further Reading/Watching:

Food Republic Today is hosted by our Editorial Director, Richard Martin, with co-host Krista Ruane, Zero Point Zero culinary creative director, and produced by Zero Point Zero Production. Our producer is Katie Guhl with assistance from Tiffany Do and additional editing by Manuel Sander. The episode features music by Ghostly International artists including Michna, whose “Metal Baile Joint” is the theme song.


The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed Phil (a Netflix Original produced by Food Republic’s parent company, Zero Point Zero Production) and he’s here today to tell us all about it! The six-episode series is now available on Netflix and follows Rosenthal to Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and more. Also today, Bad Yelp Review of Good Restaurants in Post Bites. But first the news.

Today’s News:

  • How your hand soap smells can affect how your food tastes. Danish chef Adam Aamann is creating his own scented soap to complement his dishes.
  • Nestlé is selling its U.S. chocolate and confectionary products to Ferrero in a move to focus on healthier snacks.
  • Internet sensation Salt Bae is opening his first New York restaurant.
  • Thanks to Mariah Carey, sales in tea have risen. A recent study also shows that drinking tea gets the creative juices flowing.

Further Reading/Watching:

Food Republic Today is hosted by our Editorial Director, Richard Martin, with co-host Krista Ruane, Zero Point Zero culinary creative director, and produced by Zero Point Zero Production. Our producer is Katie Guhl with assistance from Tiffany Do and additional editing by Manuel Sander. The episode features music by Ghostly International artists including Michna, whose “Metal Baile Joint” is the theme song.


The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed Phil (a Netflix Original produced by Food Republic’s parent company, Zero Point Zero Production) and he’s here today to tell us all about it! The six-episode series is now available on Netflix and follows Rosenthal to Bangkok, Tel Aviv, Mexico City and more. Also today, Bad Yelp Review of Good Restaurants in Post Bites. But first the news.

Today’s News:

  • How your hand soap smells can affect how your food tastes. Danish chef Adam Aamann is creating his own scented soap to complement his dishes.
  • Nestlé is selling its U.S. chocolate and confectionary products to Ferrero in a move to focus on healthier snacks.
  • Internet sensation Salt Bae is opening his first New York restaurant.
  • Thanks to Mariah Carey, sales in tea have risen. A recent study also shows that drinking tea gets the creative juices flowing.

Further Reading/Watching:

Food Republic Today is hosted by our Editorial Director, Richard Martin, with co-host Krista Ruane, Zero Point Zero culinary creative director, and produced by Zero Point Zero Production. Our producer is Katie Guhl with assistance from Tiffany Do and additional editing by Manuel Sander. The episode features music by Ghostly International artists including Michna, whose “Metal Baile Joint” is the theme song.


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