Television chef Catherine Fulvio missed out on a Daytime Emmy Award in California on Sunday night, but said she was "delighted" to have been nominated.
On the #RedCarpet @DaytimeEmmys what an experience! Delighted to be nominated at Best Culinary Host for my TV series #atasteofireland @BallyknockenHCS for @RecipeDotTV #wearingirish dress by @AideenBodkin jewellery by @BlaithinEnnis and clutch by #Alewalsh pic.twitter.com/6neYMJDNQR— Catherine Fulvio (@Cfulvio) May 6, 2019
The Wicklow-based presenter and writer was shortlisted in the Outstanding Culinary Host category for her show A Taste of Ireland: Ballyknocken Cookery School on Food TV, but lost out to Valerie Bertinelli for Valerie's Home Cooking on the Food Network. Bertinelli's show also won the Outstanding Culinary Program award.
Other winners at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Sunday night included The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show), LIVE with Kelly and Ryan's Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest (Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host) and Rachael Ray (Outstanding Informative Talk Show).
There was a standing ovation for Jeopardy! presenter Alex Trebek when he won the award for Outstanding Game Show host. The 78-year-old recently announced that he had been diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer.