Well, not like world wide fame but still a cool deal. Cooking Light is having a contest! Let me let them tell you about it...
COOKING LIGHT LAUNCHES NATIONWIDE SEARCH FOR THE CHEF WITH THE HEALTHIEST COOKING APPROACH
Contest Seeks to Find the Healthiest and Most Innovative
Self-Taught or Professionally-Trained Chef
New York, NY (Monday, June 14, 2010) – Cooking Light launches a nationwide search to find the chef with the healthiest and most innovative cooking approach. The contest, searching for a self-taught or professionally-trained chef, launches today at www.CookingLight.com/castingcall. It runs through .
Entrants must submit a three-minute prep-to-plate video of a healthy, original recipe on which they will be judged. Four finalists will be chosen from the entries to compete in a live cook-off event at The Taste of Atlanta, a two-day outdoor food festival in Atlanta, GA, and 24, 2010. The Cooking Light judges will select the winner, who will be named the “Healthy Chef of the Year.” The winner will receive a $10,000 prize package including a kitchen makeover, a year's worth of free groceries, and the opportunity to become a contributor to Cooking Light magazine and CookingLight.com in 2011.
Any and all skill levels are welcome to enter, from home cooks to culinary school graduates. Entrants must be legal residents of the United States and 21 years or older at the time of entry. Anyone who is paid to cook for a living is not eligible to enter.
About Cooking Light
Cooking Light is the nation’s number one epicurean brand with the largest audience, most epicurean editorial and the most recipes. Founded in 1987, Cooking Light makes healthy food taste great. Each month, nearly 12 million readers turn to Cooking Light and CookingLight.com for innovative recipes; nutrition advice and food and fitness tips. Cooking Light is published by a subsidiary of Birmingham, Alabama-based Southern Progress Corporation.
What did I tell you? Cool deal :) Let me remind you of the most important part...the prize:
A $10,000 prize package including a kitchen makeover, a year's worth of free groceries, and the opportunity to become a contributor to Cooking Light magazine and CookingLight.com in 2011.
Where's my video camera?