Tuesday, September 30, 2008

So You Always Wanted Your Own Food Network TV Show

I just got an email from The Food Network asking if I knew anyone that wanted their own Food TV show.

I immediately thought "Hey I know just the person that might be interested: you."

Here is the email:

Hi Albert,

My name is Sabrina Bove and I work in the casting department for "The Next Food Network Star" and wanted to pass along some information. We are looking for people who have a strong knowledge of food and want to host their own cooking show.
Below is more info.

Sabrina Bove
Sr.Casting Associate
"The Next Food Network Star"
212-975-4126
Boves@cbsnews.com

The Next Food Network Star is

NOW CASTING for Season 5 in Your Area!!!!

Do you think you have what it takes to be a TV star and host your own show on Food Network?

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

· Cooking Know-How: You can be self-taught or professionally trained or somewhere in between, BUT YOU MUST HAVE FOOD KNOWLEDGE!!

· Personality that Pops: Do people often tell you that you have the charisma and personality to have your own cooking show?

· Teaching Skills: Do you teach at culinary school or maybe a cooking class and want to bring those teaching skills to the next level? Do you have a clear point of view on food and want to teach America about it?

****One winner will receive his or her own six-episode show!!!

IF THE ABOVE DESCRIBES YOU, ATTEND THE OPEN CALL!!

NY, NY- Monday, October 6th, 2008- 11am-3pm

Sutton Place Bar & Restaurant

1015 Second Ave. (btw. 53rd and 54th) NY, NY 10022

Things to Remember:

Please download application (www.foodnetwork.com/star) and bring to the open call.
Call backs will be held the next day so please plan accordingly.


For more information or questions, please e-mail

NFNS5ny@yahoo.com


My comments:

There are probably two dozen people right here reading the Pizza Therapy Pizza Blog who would be great!

Just go for it,

pizza on earth,


albert

P.S. Just thinking out loud: A Food Network TV show about pizza sounds very appealing to me...


3 comments:

Nate-n-Annie said...

Go Albert!

You have the personality and the teaching ability.

On the show, you'd have to be doing lots of stuff besides pizza.

Could be fun.

Michelle said...

Yeah Albert - go for it! Why not?! You've even already got a perfect name for it: Pizza Therapy! Sounds like a food network show to me!

Too much pressure for me, I just took on a lease for a new living space that doesn't have a real kitchen in it, and that's about all the stress I can handle in itself! But it should be a good adventure!

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