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Opportunity for two sous chefs to join Gary Rhodes on a culinary adventure across Italy
In September, Gary Rhodes will be filming his new TV series ‘Rhodes Across Italy’ – a 10-part cookery television series for UKTV Good Food exploring and celebrating the traditional regional cuisines of Italy. For this, Gary is looking for two assistants who will travel with him around Italy. Their mission? To learn to cook the best of regional dishes before catering for a celebration banquet.
Do you love Italian food? Do you have family connections there? Do you speak Italian? Does Italian food connect you to your culture? Do you work in an Italian restaurant? Why not apply to join Gary on his culinary journey across Italy?
Through the cuisine, Gary and his two assistants will explore the country, the people, the landscape and the culture – as well as discovering a range of delicious traditional dishes.
“We're looking for people who are passionate about Italian food, who are fairly competent cooks and are great personalities,” says Liz Bunnell of Denham Productions.
For further information contact Liz at Denham Productions on firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone her on 01752 345 444. The two sous chefs will need to be available for filming from late September to the end of October 2009 (subject to confirmation) for five weeks in total.
Interested applicants need to be over 18, UK residents and hold valid passports. Employees (including family members) of Denham Productions Ltd or UKTV New Ventures Limited (or their group Companies) are excluded from applying.
Find out more at the Good Food website.
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