Chase Bailey is doing big things and beating all odds. The 13-year-old recently tapes a cooking episode on his show, ‘Chase ‘N Yur Face,’ in honor of Halloween that stars musician Sting’s daughter, Fuschia Sumner.
Chase was diagnosed with autism at a young age and, as a result, could not eat certain foods. His mother, Mary, took notice of her son’s fascination with the culinary industry shortly after Chase’s diagnosis as it was difficult for her to get him away from the television when cooking shows were streaming. Mary decided to help Chase build on his passion by showing him a few of her specialized recipes. After years of working alongside mom in the kitchen, Chase expressed his desire to have a cooking show of his own: enter ‘Chase ‘N Your Face.’
The show focuses on individuality in addition to food as the site explains,
“It is our belief that food is not just something that accompanies celebrations, nourishes our bodies, and unifies humanity – food, by itself, can be a celebration for our senses and nourish our souls … Chase ‘N Yur Face provides a window to view life as it is, and as it can be – everything from the simple to the spectacular. And along the way, we encourage others to explore and dream; to make life an adventure, and make the world a better place.
Learn more about Chase Bailey and his television show at the teen’s website.