Dr. Rosenthal to Appear on FOX's MASTERCHEF
Dr. Andrew Rosenthal has built a solid reputation by working his magic on various patients. Now, the Florida native is about to get the chance to test his skills in the kitchen. The Boca Raton-based plastic surgeon is set to be featured on the June 4th episode of the hit television show, MasterChef. The episode will be the premiere of the third season of the Fox reality series.
Dr. Rosenthal is already a well-known name in Florida based on his expertise in the field of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. The Duke University graduate made his name largely due to the personal touch that he has become known for when performing face, body or breast surgery. His practice has proved successful in the past because of an "individualistic" approach to surgery techniques, which tailor each surgery to the wants and needs of the patient. In addition, for those who prefer to go with smaller procedures, MasterChef Dr. Rosenthal has proven his diversity in the field by offering injections that serve as an alternative for those looking to improve upon their appearance. The plastic surgeon's work has been recognized nationally as television outlets such as CBS, NBC and ABC have profiled him in the past.
When Dr. Rosenthal travels to Los Angeles for the competition, he will be greeted by some of the culinary industry's best. A big draw to MasterChef is celebrated professional chef, Gordon Ramsay, who will join fellow judges Joe Bastianich and Graham Elliott in finding the winner. The judges will be looking for both modern and unique dishes which will be tested for flavor, originality, creativity and presentation. As the competition moves along, the chef who combines those qualities with the most drive to win stands a great chance to move a step closer to realizing their own culinary dream.
Though he enters the food competition without some of the experience of other more seasoned amateurs, Dr. Rosenthal was only one of 100 chefs who earned a trip to California out of 36,000 who auditioned. The plastic surgeon's innate ability in learning to mold, scalp and redefine the body to give off its best appearance can relate to some of the most important aspects of preparing food as well. This leg up on the competition should be interesting to watch as Dr. Rosenthal hopes to win the $250,000 grand prize and earn the title of Dr. Andrew Rosenthal MasterChef.