Beast Feast, we like the sound of that. We’re speaking, of course, about Chef Brother Luck‘s appearance on TV show Chopped, which will air Nov. 22. Now you can watch the premiere of the “Beast Feast” episode with the Chef over a pop-up, six-course wine dinner “inspired by his experience.”
Tickets are $95, and available here. For more details, read on.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CHEF BROTHER LUCK HOSTS PRIVATE POP-UP DINNER DURING CHOPPED EPISODE
Chef prepares a six course wine dinner inspired by the Beast Feast Chopped episode
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO • November 14, 2016 – Chef Brother Luck announces a private viewing party and pop-up wine dinner during his upcoming feature on Food Network’s Chopped.
Chef Brother Luck is featured as a competing chef in the Food Network’s Chopped episode titled, Beast Feast. This episode will air for the first time on November 22nd at 8pm MST.
Dinner will be located in Elevations at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort: 3225 Broadmoor Valley Road, Colorado Springs CO 80906. Sommelier Steve Kander from Broadmoor Wine & Spirits will pair wine with each course. The evening will start with a reception and the last few courses will be presented during the Beast Feast episode.
All six courses will feature ingredients that Chef was required to use in his Beast Feast Chopped episode. Guests will have the opportunity to ask Chef questions and learn about his experience on the show.
“Chopped surprises chefs with specific ingredients for each course on the show, and we must create a dish that highlights them. These ingredients are not always the most intuitive, but often lead to the most surprising and unique dishes,” said Chef Brother Luck.
Tickets cost $95 and can be purchased on eventbrite.com. Further information and the wine list will be posted on Brother Luck’s social media outlets: T & I: @chefbrotherluck FB: @bluckstreeteats and @brotherluckchef
“Food Network supports and creates award winning chefs. It was incredible to compete on Chopped and I look forward to sharing my experience with Colorado Springs,” stated Chef.
About Chef Brother Luck
“Our food is inspired by the classics but pushed forward by contemporary cuisine,” explains Chef Brother Luck. Brother Luck Street Eats was created in the back of a local bar in downtown Colorado Springs and has since expanded and moved to a restaurant in Old Colorado City. By way of his culinary travels and experiences as an Executive Chef, Luck decided to go back to the basics: stove, burner, food, customer. Good ingredients paired with proper technique creates unforgettable memories shared by our customers. Chef Brother Luck sources local, unique, and beautiful ingredients to experiment with and serve each week.