Beau MacMillan To Appear On Premiere of Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Made

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Celebu-chef Beau MacMillan, of Elements inside Paradise Valley's Sanctuary at Camelback Mountain, is no stranger to television gigs (let's see...Chopped All-Stars, Worst Cooks in America, Iron Chef America...)

Makes sense then that Beau Mac and a few of his friends will be appearing on the premiere of a new Food Network show.

For fans of The Best Thing I Ever Ate, the show of favorite eats from food stars and chefs, comes the next logical step, The Best Thing I Ever Made, where those same folks not only share what they love to eat, but what they love to make.

In the first episode, "Comfort Zone," Beau Mac, along with chefs Anne Burrell, Guy Fieri, and Sunny Anderson, will discuss the comfort foods they like to prepare -- from crispy avocado and chicken filled egg rolls to mac and cheese.

The Best Thing I Ever Made premiers at 11:30 a.m. ET/PT on Sunday, October 16. Check your cable guide for details.

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