Didn’t make the cut to get on Bravo’s Top Chef: Season Five, currently shooting in New York City? Not high profile enough to qualify for Bravo’s fall spin-off series, Top Chef: Masters? Too old for Bravo’s upcoming Top Chef Junior? Enough common sense to stay away from Next Food Network Star? Hey, there’s still a way to get onto a TV cooking show that could raise your profile and help make you rich—if you send in your application, fast. Here’s how the Food Network is presenting its ...
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