Gordon Ramsay to Star in New Competition Series for Fox

Just when you think there are enough food-related competition shows out there, it turns out there was one you had been missing all along. Fox and Gordon Ramsay are once again heading to the kitchen for a brand new TV show called Next Level Chef. The famed chef with a well-known abrasive personality and near-unattainable drive for perfection promises a truly next-level competition and excitement both for viewers and participants.

Gordon Ramsay Gordon Ramsay Will Serve as Jury and Mentor

Gordon won’t be alone in the upcoming show. He will be joined by Gino D’Acampo and Nyesha Arrington, who will all serve as judges and mentors. Each chef will recruit a group of chefs, which they will have to mentor and help to reach the finals. The winner will walk away with the tempting prize of $250,000.

Next Level Chef: The Format

Fox officials say that the new television show will have a unique format that only a brilliant culinary mind like Gordon Ramsay can come up with. The set of Next Level Chef will have a multi-level culinary area where each floor will be stocked with equipment and ingredients different from the other levels. Ramsay himself shared his excitement about the new project saying that “it’s big and bold,” and it will allow viewers to witness the next evolution of cooking competitions.

Competitors will be divided into three groups which Ramsay, D’Acampo, and Arrington will head and mentor. The participants will include home cooks, social media influencers, as well as restaurant and food truck owners. That way professionals, semi-professionals, and amateurs will get to show off their skills and experience in the kitchen.

Gordon Ramsay during an episode of Hell's Kitchen, talking to one of the contestants

If Gordon Ramsay’s previous shows like Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares have taught us anything, it is that he will be brutally blunt and demanding toward competitors and incredibly entertaining to watch as a viewer.

Bazzy’s Kefir Has Launched Pet-Friendly Treats With Probiotics

Sisters and Bazzy’s Kefir founders Yumiko and Ayako have created frozen, pet-friendly treats that are free from allergies. Using the immunity-boosting effects of kefir, the sisters developed the new pet treats from the cultured probiotic, and it seems that it helped solve their dog’s skin problems. This set the sisters on their journey to create a health-conscious pet food brand that aims to shift the industry toward healthier foods.

Kefir Contains Friendly Bacteria and Has Many Science-Based Health Benefits Related to It

Bazzy's Kefir Marketing Images Kefir is often used as a probiotic because its friendly bacteria and yeast improve gut and skin health and act beneficially against allergies. Bazzy’s Kefir uses vegan-friendly coconut milk with kefir grains and produces treats that can boost immunity response, skin support, decreased inflammatory response, antibacterial & antifungal properties, and bone health. It also has great nutrients like vitamin B12, magnesium, calcium, folate, and more. Apparently, kefir provides more benefits for animals than yogurt and for a more extended period of time.

Kefir Has Been Made for Hundreds of Years

Kefir Many people do not know about kefir and its qualities, but it has been around for hundreds of years, and many use it today. Now, Bazzy’s Kefir has made the benefits of this product available for dogs as well. The company makes its new product by adding kefir grains to blueberries, peanut butter, and vegan-friendly coconut milk. Located in Southern California, it also offers its products on its website. After working with pet-friendly businesses in the area, the two sisters are now planning to add their products to local stores.

Bazzy’s Kefir maintains a good website where people can find information about everything related to animals, including tips on how to help pets with surgery recovery and a guide to the best dog parks in LA. The company clearly demonstrates that the people involved with it have a true passion and love for animals, as well as the environment. This shows in the products they make and their mission.