Wednesday April 16, 2014





Kamloops woman victorious on Chopped Canada


Shelley Robinson hustles to get her entrée on the plate before time is up during the Food Network’s contest, Chopped Canada.

A Kamloops chef is the newest champion of the adrenalin-inducing Food Network TV show, Chopped Canada.

Shelley Robinson, a 49-year-old former executive chef for Delta Sun Peaks, beat out a former CFL player and ex-con turned chef to take home the $10,000 prize on Thursday.

“I'm really proud of myself,” said Robinson. “I think it’s really been an affirmation for me. Each step I felt like, 'Wow! I’ve really done this.' "

Three chef judges were wowed by Robinson’s appetizer (petit lamb, dandelion greens and warm vinaigrette), entrée (grilled pork steak with grape leaf salsa) and dessert (couscous fritter with grapefruit salad).





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