Between watching "Chopped," "Top Chef," "Hell's Kitchen," "Master Chef" and "Kitchen Nightmares," I didn't think there was time for another cooking show on my lineup. But when your dream reality show concept comes along, you make time.
NBC is creating a new show "that brings together everyone's two favorite things: food and love."
Indeed! The network put out a Craigslist casting call, which describes the premise of the show:
Each episode pits real-life single men in competition with each other in the kitchen as they try to win the affection of our lovely bachelorette. The single guys will field questions while simultaneously cooking the bachelorette's favorite dish.
Wait, it gets better ...
We are looking for lively, engaging real women and men for a fun new dating show. Contestants should be 27 — 42 (any ethnicity), genuinely single, looking to connect and meet new people, and willing to step into a kitchen. Cooking skills not required but a sense of humor, good conversational/bantering skills, hobbies you are passionate about and a willingness to tell funny personal anecdotes and stories are.
To have men compete to date me while cooking for me? That's all I've ever really wanted in life.
"Cooking skills not required but a sense of humor, good conversational/bantering skills …!?" Clearly, not only do I need to watch this show, but it looks like I need to audition to be a contestant as well.