“Four years after your death, I've just learned about it (I am so slow), and I'm sitting here in tears as if it just happened. I suspected something was wrong when I heard the voice of Mr. Food this week while preparing lunch in my kitchen. I hadn't seen your food segments in a long time, I thought you had retired, but I was happy to be listening to Mr. Food again! Still, the voice coming from my living room TV wasn't quite right, something was wrong...it wasn't you! (was someone from the...
“I had been wondering where this man was for I always loved his bubbly attitude and accent. God Bless this man and his family. He was a legend and left a great legacy. Ooooh its so good.
“It still seems so strange to not see your segment on the news at noon. The world lost an American Gem and Icon when you parted with us... You will forever be missed!
“What a great cook you we're
“I had the pleasure of meeting Art several times. We aired his segment at KLTV in Tyler, Texas in the 1980's and he made some appearances with us. He was a wonderful man with a great sense of funny.
“I have a heavy heart tonight. Rest in Peace and you still live in my through all meals that are cooked & eaten.
Palm Bay, Fl
“My heart is so heavy now learning of his death. My son also died at 48 from pancreatic cancer. This is a terrible disease and please know he will never be forgotten or replace. I have watched and loved his twinkle in his eyes for so long..will miss you because you were always..Oh so good!
“Mr. food was a genius behind the grill and his legacy lives on in all of us
“My husband and I will miss his "ooooohhhh, it's soooo goooood"...he was one of a kind! We loved him as well as the recipes that he shared with all of us through the years. Mr. Food--- we'll catch you on the other side & will be thrilled to sit down and share a meal or two with you!!!
Art Ginsburg - who as the lovable Mr. Food shared his kitchen wisdom on TV for more than three decades - died of pancreatic cancer Wednesday at his home in Weston. He was 81.Read More