Zaycon Foods will supply secret farm fresh meat ingredient for the creation of original dishes on reality cooking show.
Pompano Beach, FL, August 28, 2013 –(PR.com)– The producers of Designing Spaces™ proudly present Season 4 of All Mixed Up™, the successful reality-based cooking series on Lifetime Television. The food competition series will feature farm fresh meats from Zaycon Foods in each episode of the three- part series.
Hosted by celebrity chef and TV personality Ralph Pagano, and shot on location at a South Florida culinary kitchen, All Mixed Up™ is unique in that the contestants aren’t professional chefs…yet. During the three-part series, the student chefs will show how the meats can be used for the creation of unique appetizer, entrée and dessert dishes.A representative from Zaycon Foods will be featured on All Mixed Up™ as one of the panel judges who will share the company’s history, reveal what product the students will be using, and offer food related expertise to the aspiring chefs and viewers at home.
Zaycon Foods, a privately owned company based in Spokane, Washington was founded in 2009 with the simple mission to bring farm fresh meats direct to consumers at wholesale prices.
“We are proud to partner with Zaycon Foods on our All Mixed Up™ series, where we can educate cooking novices or seasoned foodies on how they can make great meals at home, and bring everyone back to the dinner table as they root for their favorite chefs,” says Lysa Liemer, Designing Spaces™ Executive VP of Programming and Chief Operating Officer.
To learn more about Zaycon Foods, please visit: http://www.zayconfoods.com/
About All Mixed Up™ on Lifetime Television
All Mixed Up™ is a half-hour reality cooking show airing at 7:30 am (ET/PT) on the Lifetime channel — it combines the perfect mix of ingredients for food competition, food history and culinary adventure. The show is hosted by Ralph Pagano, world-renowned chef and culinary celebrity. Three up-and-coming student chefs compete before a panel of judges by taking America’s favorite brands and turning them into three unique three-course meals. The chefs must complete an appetizer, entrée, and a dessert in 30 minutes, and will be judged on recipe originality, presentation and taste. Who will win the competition? Who will survive being “All Mixed Up™?”