The Baron Ambrosia Wins NY Emmy Award

By: Frank Samperi

Congrats to Cooking Channel's Baron Ambrosia, who yesterday won a NY Emmy Award in the category of Best On-Camera Talent: Performer/Narrator for his BronxNet show, Bronx Flavor.

The Baron premiered on Cooking Channel last fall in The Culinary Adventures of Baron Ambrosia to rave reviews. Since then, he's been busy traveling the U.S. -- and the world -- for the most unique culinary flavors. (Last month, he was invited by Moroccan King Mohammed VI to attend the Moussem of Tan-Tan, a celebration of the food and dance of the nomadic tribes' people from around the Sahara region.)

Look forward to more from the Baron this summer on Cooking Channel, but, in the meantime, join us in congratulating him on his NY Emmy award!

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