Now Casting: Chefs and Professional Cooks for new FOOD NETWORK Competition Series

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Calling all CHEFS and PROFESSIONAL COOKS! Food Network is giving you a chance to win up to $20,000!
Do you have the ability to make something out of nothing? Can your recipes prove as inventive as they are delicious?
We are holding a nationwide search – looking for highly skilled chefs and professional cooks from all backgrounds, any style of cooking is welcome. Whether you cook at a fine dining restaurant or own your own diner, are an executive chef, sous chef, private chef or caterer – if you think you have the chops to make mincemeat out of the competition, you want to apply!
From the producers of Food Network’s THE GREAT FOOD TRUCK RACE, this new series will put talented chefs and professional cooks to the test in the ultimate supermarket-themed showdown! To navigate the aisles of this high-pressure competition, you’re going to need clever cooking solutions AND supermarket savvy. From shopping on a budget to substituting out-of-stock ingredients, contestants will have to race against the clock to survive.
If you make your living in a professional kitchen and you have what it takes to be the last chef standing, then we want to hear from you! To apply, please email us at grocerygames@rrstaff.com!
***Please include your CITY/STATE in the subject line of the email. In the body we will need your NAME, PHONE NUMBER, PHOTO, and CURRENT OCCUPATION, a description of your CULINARY BACKGROUND, and WHY you think you have what it takes to WIN!
(Accepting submissions through August 16th, 2013)

 

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