‘Top Chef Jr.’ seeking young chefs, ages 9 to 14, for season 2

Does your Cub Scout create culinary concoctions that wow his friends and family? Did your Boy Scout master the merit badge in Cooking? Is your young Venturer a regular Rachael Ray?

If any of those is a “yes,” Top Chef Jr. wants to know about it.

Top Chef Jr. is seeking young chefs ages 9 to 14 for season 2 of its reality cooking competition on Universal Kids, the rebranded Sprout network.

Want to see what your young chef is in for? Watch season 1 on Fridays at 8 p.m./7 p.m. Central on Universal Kids.

Assuming a Scout joins the season 2 lineup, this wouldn’t be the first time a BSA member has appeared on a reality cooking show. Logan Guleff, a Boy Scout from Troop 34 of the Chickasaw Council who first made headlines in Boys’ Life magazine, won season 2 of MasterChef Junior on Fox.

How to apply by mail

Up-and-coming cooks can apply by mailing a video, photos and questionnaire to the producers. Submissions must be received by Jan. 13, 2018.

Learn more about the casting call by going here and clicking “Apply Now.”

How to apply in person

Prefer to make an impression in person?

Kids who live in or near Chicago, New York, New Orleans, Atlanta, Houston, Phoenix or Los Angeles are invited to open casting calls in those cities in December and January.

See this flier for details:

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