Chef Justin Antiorio (third from left) led a team of culinary students from Mercer County Community College (MCCC) in Hell’s Kitchen themed challenge against opposing Hell;s Kitchen Season 10 alum, Chef Barbie Marshall, on November 7, 2012. Proceeds from the event totaling $1,000 went to the Boys & Girls Club of Trenton (NJ). Chef Frank Benowitz (center) of MCCC’s culinary program, served as master of ceremonies for the event that took place at the Stone Terrace by John Henry in Hamilton, NJ. Chef Justin’s team won the challenge by getting the most audience votes for Chef Justin’s signature pretzel crusted crab cake recipe.
Come see Chef Justin Antiorio in a Hell’s Kitchen style culinary challenge in Hamilton, NJ November 7, 2012
Chef Justin Antiorio and Chef Barbie Marshall fellow competitor from Season 10 of the FOX Network’s Hit Show, Hell’s Kitchen will appear LIVE at the Stone Terrace by John Henry in Hamilton, NJ as part of culinary battle in conjunction with Mercer County Community College on November 7, 2012 from 7-9pm. The event themed, “A Night in Hell” pits Chef Justin and two MCCC culinary students against Chef Barbie and two other students in a challenge – Hell’s Kitchen style.
Chef Justin said hello to fans and signed autographs on October 20 at William Paterson University in Wayne, NJ prior to Magician Michael Turco’s show. Turco is a Wayne, NJ who is currently performing daily in the Planet Hollywood Hotel … Continue reading →
October 11, 2012 17:10:01
MIKE GREGER, PHILADELPHIA – Justin Antiorio could have hidden behind his apron and given up on the dream. Just a month ago, he stood in “Hell’s Kitchen” and the knob didn’t turn, as he finished runner-up to Philadelphia’s own chef Christina Wilson.
But Antiorio holds no grudges. Not against Wilson. Not against tempestuous host chef Gordon Ramsay.
“‘Hell’s Kitchen’ is a stepping stone, but I don’t think it made a difference in how far I’d be in my career,” says the 30-year-old chef. “I went out there with, ‘America, here’s my résumé.’ I have my own style, and I just put it out there and I have no regrets about anything at all.”
Plate by Plate Project by Project’s Annual Tasting Benefit
October 5, 2012 8-11pm Astor Hall @ The New York Public Library Chef Justin will conduct a LIVE Culinary demonstration!
Plate by Plate is the premier annual food and wine charity and fundraising event benefitting Project by Project’s 15th Year Anniversary. Each year, the event showcases New York City’s premier restaurants and is attended by over 550 food and wine loving guests who look forward to sampling what the city’s best has to offer. Chef Justin will conduct a Live culinary demonstration at this great fundraising annual event. Click here for event details
Come see Chef Justin Live on October 12, 2012 at 6pm at The 2012 TASTE Philadelphia Festival of Food, Wine and Spirits taking place at theGreater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks. Watch Chef Justin as he makes another great dish in front of a live audience. Get your tickets today.
Chef Justin Antiorio ate a lot of crab cakes as he judged the Shore Chef Crab Cake Cook-off at Monmouth Park in Oceanport, NJ on August 19. Chef Justin posed with the other judges in front of the New Jersey Star-Ledger’s Munchmobile.
(Left to right: Chef Justin, Chef James Conroy, Terry Krongold, food blogger, Michele McBride on-air NJ radio talent and Pete Genovese, staff writer, Star-Ledger.)