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Atlanta chef featured on Chopped


Credit: Food Network

Fans of the Food Network’s Chopped should get ready to root for a hometown contender. Justin Burdett, the chef de cuisine at Miller Union, faces off in next week’s episode, airing on May 24th. Press release below:

Tune in to watch Miller Union chef de cuisine Justin Burdett next Tuesday, May 24 at 10 p.m. Eastern-time on Food Network’s ultimate cooking challenge and prime-time series, CHOPPED! Burdett will go knife-to-fork against three competing rising chefs, where they’ll fight to survive the Chopping Block before a panel of expert judges. Burdett and his opposition will have 30 minutes to cook an extraordinary three-course meal using a basket of mystery ingredients.

Help the Miller Union family cheer on Burdett next Tuesday – only one chef will make the cut!

- By Jon Watson, Food & More blog

4 comments Add your comment


May 20th, 2011
5:59 am

I am pretty sure it’s longer than 30 minutes to cook the three course meal. 20 min for app, 30 for main and I think it’s 30 for dessert. Unless this is a special edition. We also have an Atlanta chef on Next Food Network Star.

david c

May 20th, 2011
1:39 pm


May 20th, 2011
3:50 pm

Lisa, I’m guessing they were referring to the length of the show, not to the time they have, but they could have been more clear. Chopped is an amazing show that I won’t miss. It’s great to see some of the inventiveness the chef’s show.

And David, I’m sorry you spent ten seconds reading something that quite a few of us probably found interesting. Here’s the thing though. The title of the article left no doubt what it would be about. So all you had to do is not click on it. Just thought I’d make it easier on you next time.


May 20th, 2011
5:30 pm

It’s a typo on the press release’s part. The show is an hour Jimmyz. And Lisa is right about the 3 courses.