GSN Seeking Real People For Cooking Competition
If you're a "real person" that loves to cook, GSN is looking for you.
Their new show, Beat the Chefs, is seeking amateur chef teams consisting of a lead and two sous chefs to compete against "some of the best chefs in the business", specifically Beau McMillan, executive chef of Elements at The Sanctuary Resort in Arizona; Top Chef contestant Antonia Lofaso; and Chris Henderson, author of the New York Times bestseller, Cooked.
Of course, there's no television cooking show without celebrity judges and Beat The Chef has tapped Eric Roberts; Melissa Rycroft; and Julie Powell of Julie and Julia fame, to name a few.
Winning chefs take home $25,000 to share with their team.
you think you've got what it takes and have two friends that are down
with taking orders from you on television, fill out the online form here.
the thought of cooking on television scares the living daylights out of
you, no problem! An iPhone game based on the show will be available on August 23.
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