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Anthony L. Sedlak is a Canadian chef, and the host of Food Network Canada's The Main.[1] He was born in Prince George, British Columbia and grew up in North Vancouver.[2]

At age 13, Sedlak began bussing at the Grouse Mountain cafeteria. He was soon promoted to the resort's main kitchen at 14, where he worked as production cook for what was then Bar 98. By 16 he was working at the Grouse Nest restaurant (now The Observatory). During this time he completed the Culinary Art Program at Carson Graham Secondary School in North Vancouver, followed by a four-year apprenticeship program at Vancouver Community College.[2]

Following the advice of Sylvain Cuerrier, the executive chef for Grouse Mountain, 20-year-old Sedlak joined the team at La Trompette restaurant in West London where he worked under Chef Olivier Couillaud. With the experience and knowledge gained at La Trompette Sedlak returned to Grouse Mountain Resorts where he was offered the position of sous-chef at The Observatory.[2]

At 22, with the help of Chef Harold Bonkowski, head of the culinary arts department at VCC, Sedlak was selected as Canada's representative for the 2006 Hans Bueschken World Junior Chef Challenge in Auckland.[2] He came away with a silver medal.[3]

A few months later Sedlak won Food Network's Superstar Chef Challenge II.[4] After the win he left The Observatory to shoot The Main which premiered on 1 October 2007.[5]

His latest role is Executive Chef at The Corner Suite Bistro De Luxe, Vancouver, which is scheduled to open in November 2009.[6]


  1. See Canada's Hottest New Chef! Manitoba Food and Wine Show | October 14. Retrieved: 2007-11-18
  2. Local chefs are camera-ready, September 27 2007. Retrieved: 2007-11-18
  3. On Set of Superstar Chef Anthony Sedlak's New Show Food for Thought. May 08, 2007. Retrieved: 2007-11-18
  4. Hans Bueschkens Junior Chefs Challenge, Retrieved on 2007 November 18.
  5. Canada to be Represented by Young Chef from Grouse Mountain, 2006-02-09 Retrieved on 2007 November 18.
  6. by Andrew Morrison November 3, 2009
  1. ^ The Main
  2. ^ a b c d Anthony Sedlak
  3. ^ Anthony Sedlak Winner of Food Network's Superstar Chef Challenge
  4. ^ Superstar Chef Challenge II
  5. ^ Local chefs are camera-ready
  6. ^

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