He's doing it again!

NH's very own, Chef Bobby Marcotte will be on the Food Network this Sunday at 8pm.

According to Bobby's Facebook page, he will be competing in Food Network's Tournament of Champions 2!

According to Food Network.com, the last two spots will be filled by "wild-card competitors during a two-week play-in tournament."  One of those spots is for BOBBY!!  WOO HOO!

 

In case you are not familiar, Bobby Marcotte is the Chef at Tuckaway Tavern and Butchery in Raymond.  He is also the Chef at Hop + Grind in Durham and Peabody, Mass.  Recently, Bobby opened up a breakfast place, the Rise + Grind in Durham, so you can literally have Bobby's food from morning until night.

To say his food is delicious is an understatement.  I'll be honest, I live in Raymond and I am about 2 miles away from the Tuckaway Tavern and Butchery.  I remember when the previous owners started the place and it was at the end of the driveway of Hannaford, then they moved in to the building they are now on Route 27.  Bobby & Co. took over and the place exploded.  I mean, Raymond is now known for the Tuckaway Tavern & Butchery and not the WalMart Distribution Center, so... that's a win.  Sometimes, I will think, "do I really want to stop at the Tuckaway again?" and the answer that comes is almost always, YES!

Good luck, Bobby!  So many people here in New Hampshire and Massachusetts will be cheering you on!  My friends here at the station think that it's about time that you have YOUR OWN Food Network show.  I mean, Guy has how many?  It's just getting too much for him.

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