Been watching The Next Food Network Star more intently this season. I've got my culinary POV and I've got my arsenal of recipes. Even though I'm not formally trained, I feel comfortable auditioning and holding my own among professionals. As in my job , passion for what you're doing makes it easier to achieve your goals.
For those of you who have dined at Chef Suzanne's, what dish do you consider my 'signature'? What dish should be my audition piece? Or, is there something you think I could master and demonstrate well?
I've got more thoughts on the NFNS audition and cooking, but I'll save that for another post.