Kennebunk Chef Tries to Beat Bobby Flay

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Kennebunk Chef Tries to Beat Bobby Flay


Pierce, Kathleen, Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME)


She has been "Chopped." She has wowed judges on "Rewrapped" with a Chef Boyardee-inspired crumble cake. Now, Shanna O'Hea of Academe in Kennebunk takes her talents a step further as she tries to beat Bobby Flay on another Food Network show.

On Thursday, May 7, the owner of The Kennebunk Inn squares spatulas with Kathy Cary -- a James Beard-nominated chef from Kentucky -- on the popular Food Network show "Beat Bobby Flay." The Mother's Day episode, " Any Given Sunday," has the chefs whipping up a dish on the spot with a mystery ingredient. This round determines who takes on Flay.

"I had a lot to do in a short amount of time. You push yourself as hard as you can," O'Hea, who is under a gag order to keep the ingredient and her status a secret, said. If she bested Cary, O'Hea would take on the top toque herself.

Regulars who have inhaled her succulent lobster pot pie in her casual tavern know the answer. Still, the seasoned chef discovered that cooking under fire in front of a live audience is no cake walk.

"I was flipped out thinking the crowd would heckle me," O'Hea said. …

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