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In this Aug. 18, 2013 photo provided by Trium Entertainment, Lewisburg, W. Va., resident Rich Rosendale poses in front of a Recipe Rehab sign at the studios in Calabasas, Calif. Rosendale, one of TV’s newest celebrity chefs, says his greatest challenges come on the set of "Recipe Rehab," a Saturday morning show that begins airing Sept. 28 on CBS.  (AP Photo/Trium Entertainment, Venessa Stump)
In this Aug. 18, 2013 photo provided by Trium Entertainment, Lewisburg, W. Va., resident Rich Rosendale poses in front of a Recipe Rehab sign at the studios in Calabasas, Calif. Rosendale, one of TV’s newest celebrity chefs, says his greatest challenges come on the set of "Recipe Rehab," a Saturday morning show that begins airing Sept. 28 on CBS. (AP Photo/Trium Entertainment, Venessa Stump)
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(AP) He's competed in the culinary Olympics and produced countless gourmet dishes for southern West Virginia's world-class resort, The Greenbrier.


But chef Richard Rosendale says he faces his greatest challenges on the set of "Recipe Rehab," a CBS Saturday morning show that begins airing Sept. 28.


Families submit a favorite high-calorie recipe, and two chefs compete to crank out healthier, lower-calorie versions.


Rosendale resigned from The Greenbrier in June and competes in 11 episodes against California chef Vikki Krinsky.


He's a native of Uniontown, Pa., and worked in Pittsburgh before opening a restaurant in Columbus, Ohio.


Rosendale also is a father of two in a state struggling with an obesity epidemic.


He says it's important to be part of a show that's not only entertaining, but has an important message about healthy eating.


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