New Chef Competition Show for Bravo Now Casting: Will Valley Chefs Represent?

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Payton Curry, step it up. Bernie Kantak, I'm callin' you out. Silvana Salcido Esparza, time to kick some ass.

Seems as if the producers of the Emmy award-winning Top Chef are putting together a potential new cooking-related series for Bravo -- and they need new blood.

With qualifications that include "...professional chefs of all levels, who have a lifelong love affair with food, a passion for creating visually impressive dishes, and a desire for adventure," I'm sure we can think of more than a few qualified Valley chefs to represent, right? Hell, yeah.

Now it's just a matter of pestering the hell out of them. Find out all the details after the jump.

To be considered for the new show, entrants should e-mail CHEFCOMPETITIONCASTING@GMAIL.COM immediately and include name, phone number, city, state, current job title, restaurant name where they work, and a recent photo.

To apply in person, entrants need to show up to one of the open call locations below with a filled-out application, home tape (instructions are on the application), and photos of their food.

Thursday, July 21st, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Olivia 2043 S. Lamar Austin, TX 78704

DUCCA 50 3rd St. San Francisco, CA 94103

August 3rd, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The Foundary on Melrose 7465 Melrose Ave Los Angeles, CA 90046

Thursday, August 11th, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Vertigo Sky Lounge 2 West Erie Chicago, IL 60654

SHANG 187 Orchard Street NY, NY 10002 Alternate entrance: Thompson LES 1 90 Allen St NY NY 10002

Get the application and additional show details here.

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