Everyone’s favorite cooking show to feature the adorably angry Gordon Ramsay (no, not Kitchen Nightmares or Hell’s Kitchen) is back and they want you, but only if you think you’re a Master Chef. This Saturday, producers will be in SF casting for the third season of FOX competition series MasterChef, another cooking reality show that serves up insults to amateur cooks faster than a short order cook can scramble an egg.
MasterChef has been seeking home-cooked goodness throughout the US since October 29th and now it’s SF’s turn to show them what we can make at Le Cordon Bleu in the city.
You can see the casting flier here — the casting call runs from 10am-6pm, so be prepared to mingle with many fellow chefs and possibly swap a few morsels, if you know what I mean.
Grand prize in the competition is the “prestigious” title of “MasterChef” and $250,000.
Can’t make it to the casting call? You can always submit a video. For more information and to pre-register, visit www.masterchefcasting.com.
Some hard-hitting questions on the application include “What are your feelings about Chef Gordon Ramsay?” and “If we came over to your house for dinner, what would you cook for us?”
Wine him and dine them, SF.