You may remember the celebrity chef from his show The Restaurant on NBC, or his stint on Dancing With the Stars, or as a guest judge on Top Chef, or from a host of other projects he's been involved with over the years. But now he's back in the starring role and producing the show too.
While I love cooking shows and competitions, I haven't been this excited about one since the first season of Top Chef.
I love throwing dinner parties and am constantly searching for new and unique themes and dishes. There will be appetizers, salads, desserts, special touches ... I can't wait to soak up all the inspiration.
Plus, DiSpirito isn't bad to look at either.
From the Bravo blog:
DiSpirito sizes up some of the country's most promising aspiring chefs to see if they have the chops to impress at a private dinner party attended by his discriminating guests. The show offers an exciting new twist on the culinary competition genre as up-and-coming chefs are given the opportunity to throw a memorable soiree for one of the culinary world's most influential figures. The chefs will hail from all walks of life -- from restaurateurs to caterers to self-taught foodies -- and the winner of each episode will be awarded with a cash prize.
No word on when the show will air yet, but it sounds delish.
Are you excited for DiSpirito's new cooking show?