Caesars Entertainment is hosting its second Culinary Battles search for America’s Supreme Asian Chef and, now, you can be part of it! This will be the first time live audiences will be a part of these competitive cooking events.
You can catch Culinary Battles at three different locations.
- Caesars Atlantic City on March 1
- Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts, Pasadena, Calif. on March 15
- Caesars Palace, Las Vegas on April 26
Of course, the first two events are the precursors to the final grand battle at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas!
Your exclusive host of Culinary Battles will be TV Chef Diane Henderiks. Her job will be to encourage the audience, chefs and judges to find America’s next Supreme Asian Chef.
The East Coast chef competitors hail from the top culinary cities of New York and Philadelphia. They are:
- Jay Cho
- Chul Kee Ko of Fushimi
- Dongchan Lee of Barn Joo
- David Park
- Jenny Wang
- Luo Jiang Yong of Jane G’s Restaurant.
You can see the contestants at all locations by clicking HERE.
We are always looking for new ways to provide top-notch entertainment to our guests,” says Phillip Auerbach, Caesars Entertainment Senior Vice President of Hospitality & Entertainment Marketing. “These action-packed cooking competitions are a great way to celebrate diverse cultures, while feeding our country’s hunger for Asian cuisine."
"Never before has an entertainment giant such as Caesars acknowledged the Asian community, culture and cuisine in this manner," states Master Chef Joseph Poon. "Asian cuisine has so many flavors and varieties that have yet to be uncovered by the American public. Culinary Battles® is the perfect platform to better expose Asian culture to all audiences."
There are lots of ways to join in the fun.
- Follow #culinarybattles on Twitter
- Follow the Culinary Battles Facebook page HERE
- Get all the details on the Culinary Battles web site HERE
If you’d like to be part of the exciting live audience at any of the three loations, you can sign up at the Culinary Battles web site HERE.
Culinary Battles was created in partnership with Caesars Entertainment to raise awareness of Asian culture and give back to the community through an innovative recognition program.