Las Vegas chef helps create a $250,000 dream kitchen

Food Network star chef Scott Conant, who recently opened Masso Osteria at Red Rock Resort, worked with designer Shea McGee to create a $250,000 chef’s dream kitchen, which the Food Network will give away to one lucky viewer. We can dream, can’t we?

You can tour the collaboration at foodnetwork.com/fantasykitchen, but here are a few details about Conant’s ideal kitchen: a 60-inch range, two dishwashers, refrigerated drawers, a custom-built pizza oven, pot filler and wine fridge, in an atmosphere of tumbled painted brick, mixed metals and open shelving. For a chance to win the $250,000 that the network says could be used toward such a kitchen, visit geniuskitchen.com and/or foodnetwork.com to enter by April 16.

For recipes and other details, visit foodnetwork.com/fantasykitchen or watch “The Kitchen” on the Food Network at 11 a.m. Saturday and March 24.

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