Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Ventnor's Lisa Savage on 'Chopped'

Episode is called "Competition Italiano."

Ventnor's Lisa Savage on 'Chopped'

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Lisa Savage, chef of Ventnor´s Sage and Lisa´s Market,  will be on Chopped.
Lisa Savage, chef of Ventnor's Sage and Lisa's Market, will be on Chopped.

Catch Lisa Savage, chef of Ventnor's Sage and Lisa's Market (and formerly of Savaradio), cooking her heart out on the Food Network's Chopped on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at 10 p.m.

Episode is called "Competition Italiano," and the Food Network blurb reads:

"The chefs are pleased to see a delicious selection of Italian ingredients for the appetizer round, including pasta dough, but time-management issues lead to some big problems with the plates. The tasty trend continues in the entrée round with veal chops and bottarga in the basket, and one chef makes a repeat mistake. Then, desserts made with figs are the final two dishes the judges will taste."

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