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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Tyler Florence
Viewers of the popular Food Network show "Food Court Wars," which pits area chefs against one another for a chance to open their own dining space, may soon see Logan as the backdrop for an upcoming episode.
Tyler Florence is trying to block out the noise.
Emeril Lagasse has a new cookbook and new season of TV's "Top Chef" premiering in a week, but what really got the chef talking was boudin and beer.
He wrote cookbooks, he launched product lines, he worked the festival circuit.
"All public appearance business dried up overnight," said Florence, who also was taking heat for a lucrative _ and to critics, laughable _ 2006 consulting gig with Applebee's.