Do you know your world-famous chefs?

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See how well you fare in identifying the top names in celebrity cookery.

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Nigella Lawson, cookbook author and TV host.
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This cooking show host and author has sold more than 3 million cookbooks:

Britain-born Nigella Lawson worked as a book and restaurant critic before getting her own show, "Nigella Bites." She was praised for writing "openly about the emotional significance of food" in her fifth cookbook, "Food that Celebrates Life," released in 2004.

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Ron Ben-Israel attends a New York Magazine Weddings event in New York City

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Who's this acclaimed cake designer known as the 'Sweet Genius'?

Tel Aviv, Israel, native Ron Ben-Israel is a regular on the Food Network circuit, having hosted and judged on such shows as "Sweet Genius," "All-Star Gingerbread Build" and "Cake Wars." He also owns a cake studio in New York’s hip SoHo neighborhood.

Marcella Hazan, Italian chef.
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This chef and author is considered a pioneer in classic Italian cooking:

Marcella Hazan, born in 1924 in Italy, is considered one of the foremost authorities on Italian cuisine. She died in 2013. Her cookbooks include "Marcella's Italian Cooking" and "Amarcord: Marcella Remembers."

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Yotam Ottolenghi, author of "Jerusalem: A Cookbook."
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Name this chef who's turning London cuisine on its head with his bestselling cookbook, "Jerusalem":

Israeli-born Yotam Ottolenghi's cooking style is rooted in his Mediterranean upbringing. He's won several awards for his bestselling cookbook and for his five London eateries.

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"Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro
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Name the iconic baker who drew international fame with his series 'Cake Boss':

Hoboken, N.J.-born Buddy Valastro began working at the family business, Carlo's Bakery, in 1988, when he was just 11. But it wasn't until 2009 that Valastro's one-of-a-kind baked goods became internationally lauded.

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Food Network host Tyler Florence.
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Who's this chef and host of several Food Network shows?

South Carolina-born Tyler Florence hosts such shows as "The Great Food Truck Race" and "Food Court Wars," and he's been a regular guest on the "Today" show, CNN, "The View," "The Tonight Show" and "Good Morning America."

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Ree Drummond, "The Pioneer Woman" host and blogger.
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Name this award-winning blogger nicknamed 'The Pioneer Woman':

Aside from her wildly successful show, Oklahoma native Ree Drummond is the author of the No. 1 best-selling cookbook "The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl" and the 2011 memoir "Black Heels to Tractor Wheels – A Love Story."

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Jose Garces, restaurateur and celebrity chef.
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This uber-popular restaurateur won a James Beard Award for Best Chef in the Mid-Atlantic:

Ecuadorian-American Jose Garces owns more than a dozen restaurants across the country and has competed in "Iron Chef America" and "The Next Iron Chef."

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Anne Burrell, host of "Worst Cooks in America."
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Who's this feisty chef and host with the memorable shock of platinum blond hair?

Anne Burrell, a native of upstate New York, hosts "Worst Cooks in America," where she uses her peppy personality to mentor teams of hopeless home cooks across America in a culinary boot camp-style series.

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Name this celebrity chef who appeared on the third season of "The Celebrity Apprentice":

Curtis Stone, an Australian chef, author and television personality, took fourth place in "The Celebrity Apprentice 3." He also appeared in "Top Chef Masters" on Bravo and hosted "Kitchen Inferno" in 2014.

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Carla Hall, co-host of "The Chew."
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Name this 'Top Chef' finalist who's now a co-host on 'The Chew' on ABC:

Nashville-born Carla Hall got her big break in 2008 with a contestant stint on "Top Chef." Notably, she impressed iconic chef Jacques Pepin with her recipe for fresh peas.

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"Barefoot Contessa" star Ina Garten.
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Name this 'Barefoot' star known for her comforting home-cooked recipes:

New Yorker Ina Rosenberg Garten named her Food Network show "The Barefoot Contessa" after a Brooklyn specialty shop that she ended up buying. That store was named after a 1954 movie starring Ava Gardner and Humphrey Bogart.

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