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Sunday, August 5

Adrien: Here's Your Chance

I kid, I kid about the title.

I hope he is in Las Vegas, though, if he wants to audition for Bravo's "Top Chef"-- the Next Food Network Star's arch nemesis.



WHAT: Bravo is headed to Las Vegas in search of aspiring chefs with all levels of experience and backgrounds, the new culinary hotbed where the new season will be filmed. Bravo is looking for charismatic, outgoing men and women with a love for cooking for the fourth season of its Emmy-nominated hit culinary competition series, “Top Chef.” Whether you’re an Executive Chef, Chef de Cuisine, Sous Chef, Private Chef, Professional Caterer or Restaurateur, one thing all interested candidates must possess is a true passion for food.

Applicants must believe they have what it takes to compete and create unique, interesting, beautiful and above all – delicious – dishes each week. For more information and open casting call requirements, visit: www.bravotv.com/casting.

WHO: Trained professional chefs and self-taught chefs with a passion for cooking are invited to meet with “Top Chef” casting producers. Must be 21 years of age or older as of June 1, 2007, a legal U.S. resident, and not be affiliated with NBC or Bravo.

WHERE: Guy Savoy

Augustus Tower

Caesars Palace

3570 Las Begas Blvd. S

Las Vegas, NV. 89109

WHEN: Sunday, August 5, 2007





At 8/06/2007 10:41 PM , Blogger Jesse said...

Hmmm...I really am just learning to cook, so no "Top Chef" for me! On a different note entirely (sorry I always go on "off-topic" tangents!)....

Paula Deen was on Larry King Live tonight (along with Bobby and Jamie) to talk about her book "It Ain't All About The Cookin!" She went into detail about her struggles with the loss of her father, her anxiety attacks, her agoraphobia, starting "The Bag Lady" at 42, the success of her restaurants, how she met her husband, and how she came to be on The Food Network. I'm sure most of you have heard it all before, but it was really fascinating stuff!

One of the more interesting things was Larry King himself. I hate to say it - but I think he is finally getting too old for his job. He just seemed kind of "rude" to Paula! He was very off putting, was the first person I ever saw who didn't get her charm, kept interrupting her, and didn't seem to do his research on her background. Maybe its time for Larry to quit while he's ahead? Just a thought! Go Paula!

At 8/07/2007 8:15 AM , Anonymous Jeff said...

Yeah. Adrien can talk his way through cooking again and get booted off by that one judge who was a self-taught chef. (And some cranks complain about Rachael Ray!)
I saw part of Paula Deen's appearance w/her sons on "Larry King Live" and I was impressed. She really is the same on or off her regular shows.

At 8/07/2007 11:46 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't get her charm either.

At 8/08/2007 7:44 AM , Anonymous Jeff said...

Anony, you've never been to the South, I see. The accent is real.
The thing I didn't appreciate about King's treatment of Paula was his habit of calling it "The Food Channel," instead of "Food Network."


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