JJC Culinary Students to Assist Chef Robert Irvine at Rialto Show April 20

JJC Culinary Students to Assist Chef Robert Irvine at Rialto Show April 20
Four Joliet Junior College culinary arts students will be assisting Food Network Star Chef Robert Irvine with his live show when he performs at the Rialto Square Theatre in Joliet on Saturday, April 20. The show will start at 8 p.m.
 
Joe Biskie of Morris, Jake Bernard of Joliet, Kristyn Chatlosh of Frankfort and Amy Gutierrez of Joliet were selected for the honor by Department Chair Mike McGreal. They will be assisting Chef Irvine with show preparation the day of the performance, and then one of the students will be chosen by Chef Irvine to appear with him on stage during the show while the other three will watch from the audience.
 
Biskie, Bernard and Gutierrez are on the culinary state competition team, and Chatlosh has been voluntarily working alongside them with the goal of getting on next year’s team.
 
“We are always very happy to secure culinary students a chance to assist professional chefs with demonstrations or events,” said McGreal. “For the students, it is not only an incredible opportunity to work with a talented chef, but also a neat opportunity that will create wonderful memories of the early days in their careers. We are very proud of each of these talented students. I have no doubt that they will do a great job for Chef Irvine.”
 
With over 25 years in the culinary profession, Chef Robert Irvine has cooked his way through Europe, the Far East, the Caribbean and the Americas, in hotels and on the high seas. Irvine brings his experience to The Food Network as host of “Restaurant: Impossible” and has been previously seen on “Dinner: Impossible”, “Worst Cooks in America”, and “The Next Iron Chef.”
 
Robert Irvine LIVE is a high energy, multimedia and multi-sensory theatrical experience. More than just a cooking demo, Robert Irvine LIVE is an interactive show that provides multiple opportunities for audience participation while witnessing the challenging nature of the TV show “Dinner: Impossible”, come to life right before your eyes.
 
For more information about the show, visit: www.rialtosquare.com/chef_robert_irvine.asp
 

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