A very familiar face will once again be on National TV.

The Food Network is kicking off a new competition show called "24 In 24: Last Chef Standing"

The new show pits 24 chefs against each other in 24 food challenges in 24 consecutive, non-stop hours. The 24-hour competition will test each chef's skills, creativity, stamina, and patience.


Only one chef will be remaining standing at the end of the competition and they will win $50,000 and an amazing trip of a lifetime. Buffalo's own Chef Camille Le Caer will have a chance to claim the grand prize.

The new show will be judged by celebrity chefs Eric Adjepong, Maneet Chauhan, Scott Conant, Stephanie Izard, Jet Tila, Bryan Voltaggio, Michael Voltaggio, and Brooke Williamson.


“24 in 24: Last Chef Standing” will premiere April 14 at 8 p.m. on Food Network and will also be available to stream on Max.

This isn't the first time that a local chef has been on the Food Network.

It was just a couple of months ago that Buffalo native and professional chef Mike Andrzejewski was on an episode of "Chopped" on the Food Network.

Chef Andrzejewski was part of a special "Legacy of Julia Child" Chopped Tournament that aired in December. Chef Andrzejewski battled three other chefs with dishes inspired by Julia Child's famous recipe.

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Buffalo has been a favorite location for the Food Network as well. Besides taking chefs from the "Queen City" there have been plenty of places around Western New York featured on different Food Network Shows.

Here is a look at some of them.

6 Buffalo Restaurants That Were On The Food Network

There are two things that Buffalo is known for. Snow and Wings, but the city is full of amazing restaurants that offer way more than great wings and the Food Network knows that.

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Western New York's Favorite Weird Food Combos

You just never know what two foods will go together for a delicious meal. Check out some of Western New York's favorite weird food combos.

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Buffalo's Favorite Leftover Foods

There is nothing better than after eating an amazing dinner, taking home the leftovers, and as you start to fall to sleep, dreaming about having that amazing food for breakfast the next day. 

Gallery Credit: Dave Fields

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