Longtime Chicago-area restaurateur & his family competing at new home-style cooking T.V. showChicago Tribune #Chicago_TribuneSeptember 12, 2019
Former professional race car driver E.J.
Lenzi has an enviable fine-dining resume.
For years he worked for his grandfather, Eugene (Gene) Michelotti, at his famed River North steakhouse Gene & Georgetti.
So what are Lenzi; his wife, Toni; and his daughter, Gabriella, doing in a televised home-style cooking competition?
“I saw the casting call on Instagram.
Littleton said they didn’t have an advantage in the competition because at their steakhouse, she and her dad “are business people.
My dad’s not formally trained.
Nevertheless, the Lenzis’ restaurant background is not mentioned on the premiere of the new ABC network series “Family Food Fight,” which is scheduled to air at 8 p.m. Thursday.
Four families, including the Lenzi family, are introduced on Thursday’s premiere.
Instead, we were going in there just to have a good time as a family and go for the experience, where everybody else seemed to be way more prepared than us, and that’s probably the thing that we could have done better is just practiced and get ready for competition.
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