Happy Saturday, lovely blog readers!
Some of you may already know that I’ve been a bit obsessed with getting on The Food Network show Chopped. If you haven’t seen it, the premise is this: 4 chefs compete to make impressive dishes from the mystery basket ingredients they’re given. Each round, one chef is “chopped” until there is only one standing. The winner wins $10,000 and the title of Chopped Champion. While the prize money would be great to put into the Zenbelly Kitchen fund, I really want to get on Chopped to represent the paleo community, and show the world that people who choose a paleo or grain-free lifestyle eat truly incredible food. It’s time we do away with the belief that eating this way is restrictive or missing something.
I know that I would be a great competitor on this show, and have a lot of experience making delicious dishes out of seemingly impossible ingredients. In fact, it’s pretty much my specialty!
Since Chopped receives a lot of applications, I’m asking for your help in getting their attention: I’ve started a Facebook page, and would love if you could take a second and go “like” it, and share it with your friends if you feel so inclined. The more people who like the page, the more clear the message that we want to see some paleo representation on Chopped!
Thanks in advance, everyone. And I can’t tell you how humbled I am that you visit this blog and try my recipes. I appreciate every one of you!
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