Chopped Canada on the front burner for another season

WhatsOn Mar 29, 2016 by Debra Yeo OurWindsor.Ca

Shaw Media has ordered a fourth season of its Food Network series Chopped Canada. Now it’s looking for amateur chefs to fill the cast.

A nation-wide casting call is underway seeking junior and teen cooks (9 to 13 and 14 to 17), grandmothers and firefighters. Other Season 4 episodes will feature celebrities and Chopped Canada judges.

The new episodes will film in Toronto in the spring.

Anyone interested in vying for one of the $10,000 prizes ($5,000 for junior chefs) should apply by April 11. Go to choppedcanadacasting.ca for information.

Brad Smith returns as host for the new season, with a rotating panel of judges, including Mark McEwan, Lynn Crawford, Michael Smith, Susur Lee, Roger Mooking and more.

Season 3 currently airs Saturdays at 9 p.m. on Food Network Canada.

Toronto Star

Chopped Canada on the front burner for another season

Shaw Media renews Food Network show for Season 4 and looks for kids, firefighters and grandmas to compete

WhatsOn Mar 29, 2016 by Debra Yeo OurWindsor.Ca

Shaw Media has ordered a fourth season of its Food Network series Chopped Canada. Now it’s looking for amateur chefs to fill the cast.

A nation-wide casting call is underway seeking junior and teen cooks (9 to 13 and 14 to 17), grandmothers and firefighters. Other Season 4 episodes will feature celebrities and Chopped Canada judges.

The new episodes will film in Toronto in the spring.

Anyone interested in vying for one of the $10,000 prizes ($5,000 for junior chefs) should apply by April 11. Go to choppedcanadacasting.ca for information.

Brad Smith returns as host for the new season, with a rotating panel of judges, including Mark McEwan, Lynn Crawford, Michael Smith, Susur Lee, Roger Mooking and more.

Season 3 currently airs Saturdays at 9 p.m. on Food Network Canada.

Toronto Star

Chopped Canada on the front burner for another season

Shaw Media renews Food Network show for Season 4 and looks for kids, firefighters and grandmas to compete

WhatsOn Mar 29, 2016 by Debra Yeo OurWindsor.Ca

Shaw Media has ordered a fourth season of its Food Network series Chopped Canada. Now it’s looking for amateur chefs to fill the cast.

A nation-wide casting call is underway seeking junior and teen cooks (9 to 13 and 14 to 17), grandmothers and firefighters. Other Season 4 episodes will feature celebrities and Chopped Canada judges.

The new episodes will film in Toronto in the spring.

Anyone interested in vying for one of the $10,000 prizes ($5,000 for junior chefs) should apply by April 11. Go to choppedcanadacasting.ca for information.

Brad Smith returns as host for the new season, with a rotating panel of judges, including Mark McEwan, Lynn Crawford, Michael Smith, Susur Lee, Roger Mooking and more.

Season 3 currently airs Saturdays at 9 p.m. on Food Network Canada.

Toronto Star