Pensacola Chief Ed Lordman Advances

On the inaugural episode of Food Network’s “Beachside Brawl” on Sunday night, some of the nation’s top chefs competed to answer the question of which coast is better summer cuisine: East versus West.

One face might have looked familiar during the show’s debut, as Grand Marlin leader Edward Lordman occupied one of the six-week series’ coveted East Coast spots. The chefs compete for a getaway to a beach house of their choice, anywhere in the world, for up to $25,000 and the title of “Best of the Beach”.

In a slow motion, Lordman was introduced by East Coast team captain and professional chef Tiffani Faison who explained why he was chosen for the series.

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“Next we have Ed: Culinary Assassin,” Faison said on Lordman’s show. “Our guy from Pensacola. So kind of like Flora-Bama. So beach vibe, but Southern soul.”

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