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An incredible lineup of celebrity chefs and the introduction of kids as contestants for the first time ever spice up the second season of "Food Fighters," the high-stakes culinary game returning to NBC on Thursday, July 2 at 8/7c. It's the perfect recipe for the ultimate food battle when the best amateur cooks in America put their signature dishes to the test against five professional chefs, with the chance to win as much as $100,000. Television personality, author and food enthusiast Adam Richman ("Man Finds Food," "Fandemonium") hosts the series that takes culinary sparring to an exciting new level."Food Fighters" has only featured adult contestants competing against the pro chefs... until now. This season, kid chefs are also added to the mix, showing off their incredible culinary skills while racing against the clock to try and beat some of the most formidable chefs in the country. In a series of compelling, tension-filled showdowns, a top-notch amateur home cook will face off one by one against five professional chefs from every corner of the world. In the final round, he or she will compete against a celebrity chef, and Season 2 features high-profile chefs Rocco DiSpirito, Nadia G., Lorena Garcia, Duff Goldman, Eric Greenspan, Antonia Lofaso, Brian Malarkey, Aaron McCargo Jr., Marcel Vigneron and Fabio Viviani.Armed only with recipes for their best signature dishes, kid contestants and adult players will square off against an expert chef who will have to cook the same dish but with no advance notice of what the dish will be. The completed dishes will then be sampled in a blind taste test by culinary judges known as "The Dinner Party." After the two competing dishes are tested, the verdict determining the winner is given to the host.If the home cook wins, he or she earns a cash prize. Even if they don't win, home cooks still get to face off again against another culinary expert, climbing a money ladder with increasing cash prizes for every professional chef they knock out. Any amateur cook who wins each of the five rounds will walk away with $100,000. It's the ultimate food fight, pitting amateur cooks against the most formidable culinary pros in America to see if they have what it takes to beat the very best.
Amateur cooks, including children, vie for a chance to win $100,000 by competing against culinary professionals.
A web design manager from San Diego faces off against culinary professionals, including chef Eric Greenspan.
A 14-year-old faces off against culinary experts, including celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito, in hope of winning $100,000.
A mom faces off against culinary experts, including celebrity chef Nadia G., in hope of winning $100,000.
A married firefighter with two children competes against culinary experts -- including chef Lorena García -- in hope of winning $100,000.
A Dallas stay-at-home Mom races against the clock to cook her signature dishes and compete against five pro chefs whose culinary expertise ranges from seafood to global cuisine to kosher Mexican dishes. In the end, she'll compete against acclaimed chef and cookbook author Brian Malarkey, who has created eight popular restaurants across the United States in the past four years. Adam Richman hosts this series that gives accomplished home cooks a once-in-a-lifetime chance to compete against America's best chefs and win up to $100,000.
This week, a California law student puts his signature dishes to the test, hoping to win $100,000 competing against pro chefs specializing in everything from Southern soul food to barbeque to American comfort food. In the final round, he'll compete against famed Italian chef Fabio Viviani to see if he has what it takes to beat the very best.
A 12-year-old faces off against culinary experts, including celebrity chef Duff Goldman, in hope of winning $100,000.
A Virginia father of four puts his signature dishes to the test against professional chefs specializing in everything from Latin dishes to American comfort food to global cuisine before facing off against celebrity chef Aaron McCargo. Adam Richman hosts this series that gives home cooks the chance to win up to $100,000 and see if they have what it takes to beat the very best.
A married stay-at-home Mother of three from Washington tries to win $100,000 going up against culinary experts specializing in everything from Latin dishes to global cuisine before facing off against acclaimed celebrity chef Marcel Vigneron. Adam Richman hosts this series that gives home cooks a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see if they have what it takes to beat the very best.
Adam Richman (Host)
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