In my inbox.
BOBBY FLAY and FOOD NETWORK are
Now Casting for FOOD ENTREPRENEURS!
Are you opening a food business sometime between the end of
March and June 2012?!
Are you a passionate self-starter who has dropped everything,
traded careers, or invested it all in the restaurant industry?
Do you want to ensure your success by having an Iron Chef
and Restaurateur guide you through the obstacles of opening a
In this exciting new series, critically acclaimed chef Bobby Flay will be
mentoring lucky entrepreneurs in the days leading up to their eatery
To apply, please email us at BobbyFlayProjectCasting@gmail.com ASAP with the
- Your name and the name of everyone involved on your team
- A recent photo of you and your team
- A short bio on you and your team
- The type of eatery you are opening (restaurant, bakery, food truck etc.) and type
of food (Italian, cupcakes etc.)
- Your approximate restaurant opening date and where you are in the process of
- Contact information and current location
For more information on the show, visit us at www.BobbyFlayProjectCasting.com.
In my inbox. BTW, I’ve tried out for the show before.
To Whom It May Concern,
I am a casting assistant for The Next Food Network Star, Food Network’s hugely successful culinary reality series. We are currently casting for the 2011 season and would like to inform you and your readers that we are holding an open casting call in Baltimore, Sunday September 26th, 2010. This will be our first time coming to Baltimore and we can’t wait to meet all of the potential candidates!
We are looking for people who are full of life, passionate about cooking, and knowledgeable about food to meet us in person at our open casting call. Please help us spread the word to any chef, home cook, caterer or culinary enthusiast who might be interested in becoming the host of his or her own cooking show on Food Network!
The details of our event are as follows:
Sunday September 26th,
Pier 5 Hotel
711 Eastern Ave
Baltimore, MD, 21202
If you have any questions or require further information, please feel free to contact me. Thank you for your time and assistance.
I voted for the one I think is a best fit of the three for the show.
Vote away….and maybe we can get a DC Foodtruck in the next season of the show.
Giada De Laurantiis will be at Pentagon Row on April 3rd on the book tour for “Giada At Home.” Here is the info (and picture) from her website:
I am really thrilled about my new book, Giada at Home: Family Recipes From Italy and California, because it’s the best of traditional Italian meals that I grew up with and my new favorite dishes that are Italian with a lighter, California flair. This book has some of my all time favorite recipes. For instance, my Pasta Ponza. The idea of Pasta Ponza came from a dinner my Aunt Raffy and I had at a family friend’s house in Ponza, which is an island off the west coast of Italy. It is so fresh and delicious. I am really excited for you all to try this recipe. I also love my Pea Pesto Crostini. It’s simple and really easy to make. It’s a great go- to recipe that never fails. Plus, it really looks beautiful on a platter! On March 29, I will be leaving LA to start my book tour. The tour will take me to many cities including NYC (for the Today Show), Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Vegas, Dallas, Chicago and much more. Book tour is very busy and tiring, but so much fun because I get to meet and talk to all of you! It’s a really special time for me. Please look over my book tour schedule and contact the stores directly for more information. I hope to see you there!
Saturday April 3, 11am : Sur La Table : 1101 S. Joyce St, Ste B-20, Arlington, VA 22202 : 703.414.3580