Sadly, he's only replacing him on the Food Network's Dinner Impossible. The show will also be extended to 60 minutes, now that there's no pinheaded Brit to get on the viewers' nerves.
If only this accomplished Cleveland chef, beloved by fellow Ohioan Michael Ruhlman and recently crowned the new Iron Chef America, would take a look at liar-liar-pants-on-fire Irvine's abandoned project in downtown St. Pete, too. We could use a real celebrity chef in the area, especially one with chops like Symon, in spite of the soul patch.
Whaddya think, Mike? [cleveland.com]