ChefUniforms.com outfits chef coats for competitors on new series, King of Cones

ChefUniforms.com outfits chef coats for competitors on new series King of Cones

Traditional Fit Chef Coat – Knotted Cloth Buttons – 65/35 Poly/Cotton
Style # 63512

Chefuniforms.com, a leading retailer of restaurant and chef uniforms, sponsored Traditional Fit Chef coats for all contestants on Food Network’s ice cream-themed competition series, King of Cones.The series which premiered August 4th, 2014, can be seen Mondays at 8pm ET/PT on Food Network.

ChefUniforms.com sponsored all of the traditional fit chef coats for each contestant on the series, outfitting each team in 4 colors: Ocean Blue, Ember Orange, Wine and Apple Green. The colors add a stylish flair and complement the ice cream theme of the competition. The Traditional Fit Chef coats have knotted cloth buttons and are made with a 65/35 Poly/Cotton blend which adds a richer fashion detail to each chef’s professional look. The coats provide a more contoured, tailored cut with extra room built into the biceps and underarm areas that both men and women can wear.

King of Cones is an ice-cream competition challenging dessert chefs to make the most incredible frozen treats imaginable.  In three heart-pounding elimination challenges, a giant ice cream truck arrives with a new theme and a mystery ingredient that the four talented contestants have to translate into a uniquely delicious ice cream dessert – before time runs out.  In the end, only one will scoop up the grand prize of $10,000 and be named King of Cones.

 

 

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