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TORONTO, June 16, 2014 /CNW/ - Canadians looking to follow in the
culinary footsteps of Eric Chong, the first-ever Canadian MasterChef, can do so in person at the MASTERCHEF CANADA Season 2 Open Casting Call in Toronto at 7 a.m. ET on July 12 and 13, 2014, at the InterContinental Toronto Centre Hotel. Casting for Season 2 is
also open online at CTV.ca/MasterChefCanada until Sunday, July 13.
Home cooks are asked to arrive at 7 a.m. on either Saturday, July 12 or Sunday, July 13 to the MASTERCHEF CANADA Open Casting Call at the InterContinental Toronto Centre Hotel, 225
Front St. W. MASTERCHEF CANADA hopefuls are asked to bring one prepared dish, which they will be given
three minutes to plate before presenting to professional tasters. There
will not be any kitchen facilities or supplies available. All dishes
will be tasted at room temperature and applicants must be able to carry
everything they need into the audition room. Prospective competitors
will be judged on how their dishes taste, plating, creativity, skill,
and food knowledge. Home cooks are encouraged to visit CTV.ca/MasterChefCanada to complete the online application in advance of their in-person
audition, and to read the FAQs carefully.
**Media Note** A limited number of spots are open to gastronomically-inclined members
of the media to experience the MASTERCHEF CANADA audition process first-hand. Journalists may register to experience the
audition process for themselves, or accompany a nominated friend or
family member. Those interested can contact Tanya Koivusalo for more details.
MASTERCHEF CANADA is looking for passionate and talented home cooks who want to pursue
their culinary dreams, and represent the country's diverse culinary
landscape. All applicants must be amateurs, and cannot have worked
professionally in a culinary environment as a cook, chef, or in food
preparation. Full details are available at CTV.ca/MasterChefCanada.
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For further information:
Tanya Koivusalo, CTV, 416.384.2664 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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