A well-known chef with ties to Montana will be featured on an upcoming cooking show on HBO Max.

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If you're a fan of cooking shows, The Big Brunch is definitely one that should be on your radar. The new culinary competition show premieres on HBO Max on November 10. The new show is created and hosted by Dan Levy, the son of Eugene Levy, who is also credited for creating the popular show Schitt's Creek.

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On The Big Brunch, 10 chefs will compete for a chance to win $300,000.  All the food cooked on the show will be brunch themed. Among the contestants is a chef that you may recognize, Mason Zeglen.

Zeglen was once executive chef and owner of Midtown Tavern on N. 7th Avenue. He was also an executive chef at Bozeman's 14 North restaurant and Barley & Vine before they closed. He was also an Executive Chef at Mountain Sky Guest Ranch and Revelry in downtown Bozeman. He's also no stranger to being on television. Zeglen competed and won Guy's Grocery Games, a television show on Food Network, in 2018.

Photo Credit: YouTube via HBO Max
Photo Credit: YouTube via HBO Max

Watch the official trailer for The Big Brunch on HBO Max below.

Unfortunately, Zeglen no longer lives in Bozeman, but he's the only contestant on The Big Brunch with Montana ties, so we'll definitely be rooting for him.

Photo Credit: YouTube via HBO Max
Photo Credit: YouTube via HBO Max

Zeglen shared the big news on his Facebook page recently.

The BIG secret can finally be shared about my latest adventure on the BIG BRUNCH!
A great meal can be life-changing. The Big Brunch is streaming on @HBOMax November 10. #TheBigBrunch#TheBigBrunchOnMax

Don't miss The Big Brunch on HBO Max beginning on November 10.

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