What Valley Chef Deserves a Comedy Roast?

Categories: Bites & Dishes

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Aaron May
Chef and Restaurateur

Chris Gross or Beau MacMillan seem like obvious choices. Both have a penchant for high jinx and bad behavior but also an incredibly high talent level in the kitchen, so naturally, I would enjoy dishing on both ends of the spectrum.



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Kirsten Burruel,
General Manager, DownUnder Wines and Bistro

As an admired chef and dear friend, I would love to see Romeo Taus participate in such an event. With his quick wit and passion for food, it would be a lovely experience for everyone.



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Chef Kurt Jacobsen,
Hidden Meadow Ranch, Greer

Eddie Matney, because he is an absolute character and very well known. He also has a sense of humor.






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Christopher Gross, Chef and Owner,
Christopher's Restaurant & Crush Lounge

Boy, I have no idea. It would have to be someone that would have a good sense of humor and is not too serious.

(Gross enclosed the photo below.)




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Courtesy of Christopher Gross


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