Chris Kidd – Owner & Head Chef at The Elkhorn
Amber Keyser – Owner & Head Chef of Black Door Dinner Society
Roshni Gurnani – Chef Consultant & Professor of Culinary Arts at The Art Institute of Houston

Welcome back to another edition of the show that asks the question, “If we’re not supposed to have midnight snacks, why is there a light in the refrigerator?” Around here, “cook” is not a four-letter word, and the acronym “WTF” stands for “Where’s The Food.” Now, that we have the ground rules out of the way, let’s get down to the business of being “Omnivores.” In other words, we eat everything! And speaking of business, today’s business is “Show Business,” or more specifically – television. Today on The Outdoor Cooking Show, we’re going to talk to three chefs who have willingly hung themselves out to dry on one of these unreal Reality TV Cooking Competitions, and we’ll find out how they got on the program, why they allowed themselves to be abused so publicly and what’s the real story behind Reality TV cooking shows.