Aboriginal Youth Face Off in the Kitchen in Season Eight of Cooking With the Wolfman™ on March 2, 2011 on APTN

TORONTO, Feb. 16 /CNW/ - Cooking With the Wolfman™ is pleased to announce the launch of its eighth season, with an introduction to eight new Kitchen Warriors™, Aboriginal Culinary Students from Ontario, Alberta, and Manitoba, on the nationally televised cooking show on APTN, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011, at 11:30 am ET on the East Feed, MT on the West Feed, CT on the North Feed and 12:30 pm ET on the HD Feed.

Season Eight takes a dramatic new direction from past seasons, with Chef, Host and Executive Producer David Wolfman pairing up Aboriginal culinary arts students in twin kitchens, as they prepare Aboriginal Fusion dishes following Chef Wolfman's instructions and cooking tips. 

In each episode, two Kitchen Warriors™ face off to prepare a meal using their own creativity and incorporating some rather unusual North American food products reminiscent of a traditional Aboriginal diet.  Kitchen Warriors™ must then present their dishes to a panel of professional chefs for critiquing.  The Kitchen Warrior™ that is successful in capturing the attention of the chefs, in the final episode, will act as Sous-Chef under the tutelage of Chef James Stewart at the National Club in downtown Toronto, to prepare an Aboriginal feast exclusively for the National Club clientele.

"These students really are Kitchen Warriors, as they have overcome many obstacles to reach this point in their lives where they are doing well in school and developing skills to excel in the culinary profession in Canada and internationally," said Wolfman, Culinary Arts Professor at George Brown College.

SOURCE Cooking With the Wolfman

For further information:

David Wolfman

Sylvia Munro-Smith
Manager of Communications
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
204-947-9331 x 339

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