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Man vs. Child: Chef Showdown season 2←Man vs. Child: Chef Showdown season 1
Man vs. Child: Chef Showdown season 2 episodes list:
The prodigies will have to sink or swim when they face off against Drew Tsang, an executive chef who takes them to task in three rounds that revolve around seafood.
It's Executive Chef Zoe Schor's turn to shore up the competition against the prodigies; theme of Guilty pleasures.
Executive Chef Johnny "Danger" Zone enters the Man vs. Child kitchen to take on our mini-masters. "Comfort Food" may be the theme, but this culinary showdown will be anything but "comfortable". Will the prodigies be able to take down the professional with a grilled cheese trio that can wow Chef Eric Greenspan, the "God of Grilled Cheese" in the final, winner-takes-all round?
Executive Chef Sevan Abdessian has no intention of being defeated in the kitchen by a team of children. Exploding into the Man vs. Child kitchen, Chef Sevan breaks out the big flavors in New Orleans-inspired challenges, from po' boys to crawfish. Can our fantastic five bring the heat, fun and flavor of Mardi Gras and come out with a win? 'Nawlins native Marcus Christiana-Beninger presents and judges the third and final winner-takes-all round.
The child cooking prodigies take on Executive Chef Dustin Trani in three rounds of competition, loaded with Spanish flair. It will all come down to who's tapas are perfecto, in the eyes of Master Chef Perfecto Rocher.
Chicago's Bib Gourmand darling, Executive Chef Jill Barron, takes on the child cooking prodigies in three rounds of Indian food inspired challenges. Right at the start, things get nuts as the prodigies work hard to top Jill's impeccable technique and flavor profiles. But can they curry favor with the judges for the win? Master Chef Maneet Chouhan presents and judges the winner takes all round.
Armed with his steam punk goggles, Executive Chef Richie Farina brings his creative flair to the Man Vs. Child kitchen. From palette to palate, tonight's challenges are frame worthy celebrations of food as artistic expression. It's childlike imagination vs. Chef Richie's avant guard techniques. Who will ultimately triumph? Two Michelin star Master Chef, Dominque Crenn, presents and judges the final, winner takes all round.
Executive Chef Jason Febres enters the Man vs. Child kitchen ready to take down the prodigies. Tonight's theme is all about Asian cuisine and with his expert fusion flavors, Chef Jason is not going go easy on our mini masters. Can the prodigies ultimately out bold Chef Jason's out of the box dishes? Tao Group's Corporate Chef and Partner Ralph Scamardella presents and judges the final, trios round.
The prodigies take on Cali cool Executive Chef, Chris "Malibu" Crary in three rounds of competition. From a "toast" challenge in round one, to a "small fish" entree in round two and finally a "pickled and fermented trio," this episode is a foodie's dream. But while the prodigies may be hip to the latest trends, will it be enough to out cook the competition? LA's most sought after cooking duo, Master Chefs, Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo present and judge the final round.
Chef Melvin "Boots" Johnson takes on the child prodigies with American pride. In the first two rounds, they tackle classics such as hot dogs and pie. In the third and final round, Master Chef Bruce Kalman judges another American favorite--a trio of pizzas.
America's favorite cooking prodigies take on Austin's up and coming Executive Chef, Roman Murphy in three rounds of competition. From prickly pears to burritos, tonight is all about the trendy foods of the Southwest. San Antonio's Tex Mex king, Master Chef Johnny Hernandez judges the final round.
Things go south in the Man vs. Child kitchen, as the child cooking prodigies take on New York's Kelvin Fernandez in three delicious southern comfort themed challenges. Who'll bring home the bacon? Legendary Master Chef Jonathan Waxman judges the final round.
Toss your saltshakers aside because tonight, Man vs. Child is diving into the sweet world of baking! She may not be a pastry chef, but Executive Chef Bev Lazo is bringing her years of experience to out "whip" the competition. LA's premiere chocolatier, Master Chef Valerie Gordon judges the final round.
America's finest kid chefs take on Executive Chef Crystal "Pink" Delongpre in a rigorous battle of butchery, mother sauces and the elusive umami flavor. Chef Bruce Bromberg determines who will reign as champion in the final round.
The country's best kid chefs face off against Executive Chef Susie Jimenez. The chefs will battle in three rounds based on family dinner classics, family recipes and a trio of holiday favorites. Chef Betty Fraser presents and judges the final round.
The nation's best kid chefs take on veteran Executive Chef Larry Keck in a three-round "back-to-school" themed episode featuring upgraded cookies and milk, an elevated school lunch as well as a vegetable trio. Master Chef, Luke Thomas presents and judges the final round.
The best child chefs in the US take on Executive Chef Mette Williams in a series of challenges only using old school ingredients and old school techniques. From upgrading the humble potato, to making a meal over an open flame and exploring history via a trio of dishes from the Renaissance, today's chefs are truly taking old school in all new directions. Master Chef Susan Feniger judges the third and final winner takes all round.
America's most talented child chef prodigies take on Executive Chef Eli Kirshstein in a three round battle based on home cooking. Today's chefs will be featuring canned foods, then completely reinventing the TV dinner and finally, cooking a deep South trio for Master Chef and judge Art Smith.