The Botox party has moved from the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” to Food Network, and you’re invited.
In the cable channel’s first-ever docu-soap, “Private Chefs of Beverly Hills,” six chefs from the Big City Chefs agency will have their culinary adventures in Hollywood exposed, beginning Friday, April 9th at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Not only is their clientele wealthy, they’re eccentric. In the premiere, the chefs are dispatched in pairs to cook food for very specialized gatherings: A Botox/spa party where smiles are brightened and foreheads are tightened; a doggy “shower,” where the partygoers arrive on two feet or four; and “glamping,” a “glamorous camping” trip that has all the luxuries of home … even private chefs.
The six chefs — Jesse Brune, Manouschka Guerrier, Brian Hill, Stuart O’Keeffe, Sasha Perl-Raver and Brooke Peterson — are a ridiculously good-looking lot, and after having sampled their food at a sneak peek party, we admit that we wouldn’t mind being one of these wealthy clients. Well, maybe not the Botox people.
This show is actually far funnier and entertaining than this promo makes it out to be, and the food they produce looks (and tastes) great:
Future episodes will also place the chefs at a medieval murder mystery party, a no-carb gourmet feast, an ’80s hair metal band album release party and event with demanding teen moguls, among other delightful challenges.
“Private Chefs of Beverly Hills” will run for six episodes.
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