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Lil' Chef looking for kids to star in TV pilot

Posted August 26, 2013

Lil Chefs Abby and Emily show how to make a Turkey Gobbler for Thanksgiving.

Lil' Chef, the cooking studio for kids and teens in Raleigh, is looking for six kids to appear in a television pilot for a children's cooking show.

Susan Caldwell, the mom of two and owner, tells me that she has signed a partnership agreement with an executive producer in New York to film the pilot this fall. The show will be geared toward children around the age of eight. It will feature field trips, animation and, of course, cooking, Caldwell said.

The show will be named "Flour Power!" Caldwell said that her company will be transitioning, over time, to that name for trademark reasons. Her new cooking studio in Charlotte is called Flour Power.

Lil' Chef will have open casting calls in Raleigh and Charlotte. The Raleigh casting call is 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Sept. 4, at the North Hills studio. In Charlotte, it's Sept. 12, at its Charlotte Flour Power Kids Cooking Studios.

Kids must be between the ages of 7 and 11.

For details, check Lil' Chef's website.

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    Ladies and gentlemen, we're not exactly looking at the next Martha Stewart here.