Food Network sends Cutthroat Kitchen to camp this summer for the five-episode special series Camp Cutthroat, and Orlando’s Chef Emily Ellyn will be one of the competitors.
In the series, host Alton Brown will guide twelve chefs as they fight for victory, and the chance to win up to $75,000 in a tournament of great outdoors-themed culinary challenges with a diabolical twist.
Orlando’s Retro-Rad Chef Emily Ellyn is competing in Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen” on February 15, and you can watch the episode with her, at a free viewing party at Tin Roof Orlando.
Show host Alton Brown was her mentor on “Next Food Network Star,” but now she’s competing for $25,000 as the hopeful winner of the network’s competition show, “Cutthroat Kitchen.”
Food Network’s Eat St. show will be returning to Orlando to film a Flavors of Florida episode, and fans are invited to show up and maybe be filmed, as well.
Six Orlando trucks have made the cut for the show, and here is the list and when their segments will be shot:
Friday, January 10 – Bem Bom
Location: Southeast Steel (63 W. Amelia St., Orlando) at noon
Serving up Portuguese food, the menu for the shoot will include Chicken Piri-Piri Prego, “Running Duck” Tacos, Fresh Ground Lamb Burger, and Mango Painted Fish Tacos.