Friday, July 3, 2015

Want to be on Tony Luke's new reality show?

Cheesesteak impresario Tony Luke Jr.'s new Spike TV cooking competition, "Frankenfood," is coming to Philly for casting. Think you have what it takes to impress Luke?

Want to be on Tony Luke's new reality show?

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Tony Luke and Josh Capon will be the faces of Spike TV´s "Frankenfood." (handout photo)
Tony Luke and Josh Capon will be the faces of Spike TV's "Frankenfood." (handout photo)

Cheesesteak impresario Tony Luke Jr.'s new Spike TV cooking competition, "Frankenfood," is coming to Philly for casting. Think you have what it takes to impress Luke?

Per Spike TV, they're looking for "food lovers with revolutionary creations that mix outrageous and unexpected ingredients to create delicious and unique flavors."

NYC chef Josh Capon will travel across the country pitting amateur chefs against each other to test out their unique culinary flair. The winner will receive $10,000, and their dish will be featured on the menu of a local restaurant. Luke, along with a rotating panel of culinary masters, will sit on the judging panel.

To throw your name in, fill out Spike's questionnaire, and head to the Windsor Suites (1700 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy) on Sun., Nov. 24 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with the questionnaire, a current photo and one serving of your "revolutionary" dish.

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Unable to attend casting? E-mail ffood@sharpentertainment.com.

And for more PhillyGossip, check out today's column where I have the deets on what Justin Timberlake picked up this weekend in Philly.

Inquirer Staff Writer
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