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Tune in tonight: chef Laurent Zirotti of Fleur de Sel and Fleur de Sel Artisan Creperie is slated to appear on ‘Guy’s Grocery Games’

Laurent and Patricia Zirotti are the owners of Fleur de Sel in Post Falls and Fleur de Sel Artisan Creperie in Spokane. (Kathy Plonka / The Spokesman-Review)
Laurent and Patricia Zirotti are the owners of Fleur de Sel in Post Falls and Fleur de Sel Artisan Creperie in Spokane. (Kathy Plonka / The Spokesman-Review)

Laurent Zirotti, chef and owner of Fleur de Sel and Fleur de Sel Artisan Creperie and a semifinalist in the 2017 James Beard Awards, is slated to appear on “Guy’s Grocery Games” tonight.

The episode, dubbed “Global Grocery Games,” features “four chefs representing cuisines from around the world,” according to the description for episode 18 of season 18 on the Food Network’s website at www.foodnetwork.com.

The episode is slated to air at 9 p.m. tonight.

“First, the chefs make their childhood favorite featuring a handpicked ingredient from Guy,” according to the Food Network’s website. “Then, they have to make their best rice dish while shopping with a tiny bag. Finally, the remaining two chefs must fuse their native cuisine with their opponent’s for a shot at a shopping spree worth up to $20,000.”

Zirotti is originally from France. So is his wife Patricia with whom he owns and runs the restaurants.

Fleur de Sel is at 4365 E. Inverness Drive in Post Falls. Call (208) 777-7600. On the web: fleur-de-sel.weebly.com.

Fleur de Sel Artisan Creperie is at 909 S. Grand Blvd.Call (509) 242-3725. On the web: www.fleurdeselcreperie.com/. On Facebook: www.facebook.com/fdscreperie.

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