Netflix’s Iron Chef reboot, hosted by Alton Brown and Kristen Kish, is an average showcase for talented chefs that has been eclipsed by better competitions, and struggles to literally show us what’s happening.
Besides rebooting The Mole, Netflix is bringing back Iron Chef as Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend, which will have five new Iron Chefs.
Iron Chef Gauntlet season two had an unusual ending, and the host of the Food Network competition had a few thoughts for those who were disappointed.
The last Iron Chef America used Beat Bobby Flay’s format, but now Food Network series is returning to just one chef facing off against an Iron Chef.
Food Network is bringing Iron Chef back again, sort of, with a competition that resembles the original series. It’s called Iron Chef Showdown.
A reconsidered review of Iron Chef Gauntlet, on which Top Chef Stephanie Izard may become Iron Chef Stephanie Izard this Sunday.
When Food Network announced Iron Chef Gauntlet, it said that “the elite culinary skill, strategy and stamina of Iron Chef America returns,” and called the show “a fresh reboot of the fan-favorite franchise hosted by the incomparable Alton Brown.” I’m all for a reboot, but based on the premiere, which you can watch below, it’s essentially the same show …