Food Network Casting Chefs and Foodies for “Chopped”

By | June 19, 2012

The Food Network is casting for the next season of Ted Allen’s “Chopped”. The host, Ted Allen, is a food and wine enthusiast who was also part of the cast on Queer Eye.

Are you a talented chef with the skills to triumph on the Chopping Block? If you think you are, here is your chance to tryout for Food Network’s “Chopped”

Chopped is a cooking competition show that’s all about skill, speed and ingenuity where four up-and-coming chefs compete before a panel of three expert judges and take everyday items and turn them into an extraordinary three-course meal.

The show is seeking both professional chefs and amateurs for some special episodes that they are doing. Professionals will compete to create a great meal out of products found in a mystery basket.

Can you create a $10,000 meal out of our mystery baskets? Chopped casting is now seeking skilled, creative, competitive professional chefs to compete on Chopped. Men and women, of any specialty and skilled in any ethnicity, may apply online.

The “Chopped” special episodes are looking for the following:

Amateur Chefs
Teen Cooks
Military Chefs
Culinarily-Creative Moms
Formerly Overweight Chefs Who’ve Slimmed Down
Unsung Hero Chefs, Cooking for a Cause
Families That Cook

Both groups, professional chefs and regular cooks can apply online at

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