Los Angeles, CA, February 12, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The Clever Cleaver Brothers, the comedic chefs behind the new “Kitchen Cut-ups” online series, visited with SpellCasters while attending the NATPE '08 conference at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in fabulous Las Vegas, NV. Demonstrating their recipe for “Record Setting Hangtime Beans” these clowns of the kitchen show viewers how easy it can be to prepare a hot, delicious dish that is sure to satisfy armchair quarterbacks and the kid’s soccer team alike.
“We’re well known as ‘Television’s Zaniest Celebrity Chefs!’” explains Steve Cassarino, while his partner, Lee Gerovitz adds a generous portion of relish, yes… relish, to the Italian sausage sizzling in the pan, “Now we’re out to conquer the internet.”
“Whether it’s on a countertop set or the internet,” adds Lee, not missing a beat, “Its still television. And we do great television.”
“We’re glad to see more mainstream TV making its way to the ‘net,” states SpellCasters CEO M. Hep Sylvanus. “Internet video really isn’t that different than traditional broadcast, and it reaches a wider audience. Performers like The Clever Cleaver Bros, who recognize this, are going to be ahead of the game.”
Graduates of Johnson & Wales College of Culinary Arts in Providence, Rhode Island, the Clever Cleaver Brothers have numerous television appearances to their credit, including Jay Leno,” “Live! with Regis,” “Fox & Friends,” “The Other Half,” “CNN Headline News,” “Entertainment Tonight” and many others. Their syndicated TV cooking vignettes “Kitchen Cut-Ups! ®” have been broadcast in over 50 countries in five languages. “Tailgatin’ with The Clever Cleaver Brothers®” is broadcast by numerous major market TV stations during football season.
“SpellCasters is looking forward to a long and flavorful relationship with the Clever Cleaver Brothers,” says Sylvanus, “and we know our viewers will welcome them! SpellCasters goal is to provide independent producers, whether established like Lee and Steve, or new to the game, access to the new media audience.”