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The Beachside Brawl will be hosted by celebrity chef Antonia Lofaso and will feature Tiffani Faison and Brooke Williamson mentoring their teams of 4 members each in the “coast vs. coast battle for the best beach eats.”
All about the guest judges on Beachside Brawl
Beachside Brawl will welcome guest judges namely Stephanie Boswell, Rashida Holmes, Sabin Lomac, Jeremy McBryde, Ben Robinson, Noah Cappe, and Tim Hollingsworth to help decide the winner of the cooking competition.
Originally from the Los Angeles area, Stephanie Boswell is a “World-Renowned Pastry Chef.” She made her first on-screen appearance as a judge on Your Hometown Show in 2010 after which she appeared as a judge on several shows including Chopped Sweets and Halloween Baking Championship, among others.
Born in New York, Rashida Holmes completed culinary school at Baltimore International College. She lived in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh before arriving in Los Angeles in 2013, where she started her famous Bridgetown Roti in April 2020 after working at several area restaurants.
Born and raised in Toronto, Noah Capp is a well-known host, actor, and voice artist. He fell in love with acting when he was 13 years old. The York University graduate is the host of the Food Network and Cooking Channel’s Carnival Eats. He is also seen on Hallmark Channel and W Network’s The Good Witch, and on W Network’s hit series The Bachelorette Canada and The Bachelor Canada.
Award-winning chef and restaurateur in Los Angeles, Tim Hollingsworth started his career at The French Laundry where he worked for 13 years before moving to Los Angeles in 2012. He opened Otium in 2015 and C.J. Boyd’s at The Fields LA in 2018. He has even competed on The Final Table on Netflix.
A native of Scarborough, Maine, Sabin Lomac founded the food truck, Cousins Maine Lobster, in 2012 with his cousin Jim Tselikis. The food truck and restaurant franchise specializes in bringing wild-caught and sustainably harvested lobster from Maine to different parts across the country. He also co-authored the book, Cousins Maine Lobster: How One Food Truck Became a Multi-Million Dollar Business.