Breakfast Brothers High School Culinary Competition to Premiere on CW 33

Amber D'Yone

Breakfast Brothers restaurant is proud to announce their recent partnership with Dallas College Culinary, Pastry and Hospitality Center,  PepsiCo. & Gordon Foods for a High School Culinary Competition that will premiere on the latest episode of “In the Kitchen with the Breakfast Brothers” which airs on CW 33 every Saturday morning at 10:30am CST.  The competition took place in April and features talented high school chefs from the culinary departments at Desoto, Duncanville and Lancaster High School in Dallas County.
The competition was hosted by The Breakfast Brothers, a restaurant located in the Dallas Fort Worth area known for its consistency and passion for cooking good food that is additive to the soul. The Breakfast Brothers High School Culinary Competition brought together three schools and their most talented culinary students to compete in three rounds of friendly but intense competition. The judges, which included well-known chefs and culinary experts, tasted each dish and scored each team based on categories such as taste, presentation, originality and creativity. The school with the best overall score received a scholarship, trophy and the title of Breakfast Brothers High School Culinary Champions. Additionally, each student chef may have the opportunity to work with the Breakfast Brothers at their multiple restaurant locations.
“The Breakfast Brothers High School Culinary Competition was an amazing experience for everyone involved,” said Amber Brown, one of the producers of the show. “We were blown away by the talent and creativity of these young chefs. We are excited to bring this competition to CW33, Freedom43, Hulu Live, and YouTubeTV over the next four Saturday mornings and showcase the amazing culinary skills, talents and abilities of these high school chefs.”
The culinary competition featured a variety of challenges. Competitors prepared 3 signature dishes including an appetizer, an entree, and a dessert while working together in teams to prepare exemplary meals for five judges. Each episode will highlight the importance of culinary education for high school students and the impact it can have on their future careers. These episodes will include exclusive confessions from the youth chefs, interviews with the judges, and behind-the-scenes footage of the competition.
“We are excited to partner with these high schools and showcase the talents of these incredible high school culinary departments,” said Rickey Booker, one half owner of ‘The Breakfast Brothers’ and host of the show. The Breakfast Brothers High School Culinary Competition is a fantastic example of the creativity and innovation that can be found in our local schools. We are proud to bring all of these brands together to showcase each schools.
The Breakfast Brothers High School Culinary Competition premiere on CW33, Freedom43, Hulu Live, and YoutubeTV is sure to be a must-watch event for foodies and culinary enthusiasts alike. Don’t miss it coming- May 2023.
For more information about the competition and how to support the participating high schools, visit the Breakfast Brothers website at (
About owner Rickey Booker
For over 20 years, Rick has single-handedly managed to grow from a one-person show to managing hundreds of employees throughout his multiple businesses. His successful companies have provided numerous opportunities and a positive work environment for his employees to grow and thrive. Rick grew up in the city known for ‘The Black Wall Street’ however, he has been a successful and faithful businessman living in the Dallas- Ft. Worth area for over 30 years. Rick has and will always be a trusted and respected entrepreneur in the DFW area because of his willingness to provide a satisfying brand for customers and a safe environment for his employees. Check out The Breakfast Brothers menu Let us feed your soul! (

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