Watch Chef Randy Evans on Food Network's Kitchen Inferno Tonight
Randy Evans is no stranger to heat in the kitchen. Watch him compete on Kitchen Inferno tonight on Food Network at 9 p.m. CST.
Photo by Phaedra Cook
Randy Evans, formerly executive chef of now-closed Haven, is currently a consulting chef for JCI Grill, H.E.B.'s future restaurant on San Felipe and Fountainview, and more.
Tonight's episode is called "Milk and Cookies: Get Ready To Crumble" and is described on Food Network's website as follows:
"Transforming milk and cookies into a savory dish isn't the only obstacle standing between Executive Chef Randy Evans and his dream to own a restaurant."
The prize if Evans wins every round is $25,000. That's harder than it sounds: each round gets progressively more difficult.
Does this mean if he wins he can get a new restaurant of his own after this? That would be cool. Either way, we know this native Texan is no stranger to pressure and isn't likely to crumble. Evans had a long stint at Brennan's of Houston, eventually becoming executive chef there, before he went on to run Haven.
It's no coincidence the viewing party is at Lillo & Ella. Chef-owner Kevin Naderi worked with Evans for a time at Brennan's of Houston and went on to be his first sous chef at Haven.
The show airs at 9 p.m. Central Time. Lillo & Ella will serve free hor d'oeures during the show.
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