We head to Miami for a Chefs Vs City rematch, as stars Chris Cosentino and Aaron Sanchez go up against Food Network's own Claire Robinson, for a second time! After suffering a crushing defeat in New York City to "Team Chefs Vs City ", Claire has returned and is ready for revenge. This time she's brought a feisty new companion, Cooking for Real's Sunny Anderson.
In this episode of Chefs Vs City, Chris and Aaron head south to Atlanta to take on some of their toughest competitors yet: Dinner Impossible's Robert Irvine and his right hand man George Galati. The gloves come off in this throw-down Southern style as our chef's tackle everything from delicate handbags and aromatic greens to the strongest of southern delicacies.
Savannah is known for its Southern hospitality, but in this episode we're setting Southern manners aside as two local Food Networks brothers, Jamie and Bobby Deen, step up to defend their town against Chefs vs. City veterans Aaron Sanchez and Chris Cosentino.
Chefs vs. City in Dallas showcases the most robust cuisine this giant Texas town has to offer, with challenges that are as bold as "The Big D" itself! Seasoned chefs Aaron Sanchez and Chris Cosentino are going head to head with fellow Food Network Stars Aaron McCargo, Jr. (aka Big Daddy) and Adam Gertler, who'll do anything to win.
In this episode of Chefs vs. City, Aaron Sanchez and Chris Cosentino fire it up in Phoenix, against Charm City bakers, Duff Goldman and Geoffrey Manthorne from Ace Of Cakes. But in this town grounded in Southwestern cooking, pastries are strictly off the menu. Instead, these guys are going to be chowing down on rattlesnake, ostrich eggs and scorpions.
Hollywood is all about fame and celebrity and in this episode Team Chefs Vs City, Chris Cosentino and Aaron Sanchez, face off against two of Tinsel Town's brightest culinary stars, Daisy Roman and David Rosenberger. From pampered pooches in Beverly Hills, to squirming seafood in Koreatown, to pitching popcorn on the street, the teams battle it out in five, fast paced food challenges as they crisscross Hollywood trying to stay one-step ahead of the competition.
In this episode of Chefs vs. City, Chris Cosentino and Aaron Sanchez test their mettle in Seattle against two of the city's most talented rising stars: Jason Stratton and Carrie Mashaney. From boisterous bar food in Tacoma to sugar-coated sweetness downtown, it's a battle in Seattle as our teams throw down in a race of gastronomical proportions. The pride of Seattle is on the line in one of the closest races ever.
Food Network chefs Aaron Sanchez and Chris Cosentino hit up one of the hottest new food cities in the nation -- Portland, Oregon -- to test their experience against two hometown favorites, Gabriel Kapustka and Ryan McMallen. This Pacific Northwest jewel of a city will challenge their patience, luck and strength with larger-than-life fish, herbs that seriously sting, artisanal cocktails, one-of-a-kind local sweets, and the spiciest Szechuan in town! From factory to farm, this is one Chefs vs. City you do not want to miss.
Chefs vs. City is taking southern California by storm, as Chris Cosentino and Aaron Sanchez put it all on the line against San Diego chefs Kari Rich and Steve Pickett - two of the youngest, hungriest chefs they have ever faced. The war rages from battleship to mountainside as the teams tackle foot-high chicken & waffles, bottle one of the country's best craft beers, and re-create a Thai-inspired dish you must see to believe. And that is all before the claws come out at San Diego's world-renowned zoo, where the palate to please belongs to the "King of the Jungle." It is youth verses experience - culinary style - on Chefs vs. City.
Food Network chefs Aaron Sanchez and Chris Cosentino return to the desert to battle two of the most seasoned chefs they have ever come up against, Tony DiLembo & Thomas Hogan from Palm Springs' hottest hot spot, Tropicale. Kitchen skills are pushed to the max in techniques both old-school and new, as they flambé classic Baked Alaska and craft a one-of-a-kind dish known as "Squid Three Ways" using molecular gastronomy. Plus, all four experienced chefs have their patience tested while packaging product for two nineteen-year-old owners at the town's most successful confection company. The heat is on, when the Food Network's Chefs Vs. City wages war in Palm Springs.
It's a food fight in Philadelphia on this episode of Chefs vs. City, as Chris and Aaron take on two of the city's most dynamic young chefs, Quincy Logan and Chaz Brown. From breaking down venison in South Philly to building behemoth hoagies uptown, our chefs will battle it out in five challenges of gastronomical proportions. No brotherly love will be lost between these two teams as they re-create a classic piece of Philly architecture with snack cakes and battle for bragging rights in one of the closest races ever.
Food Network chefs Aaron Sanchez and Chris Cosentino hit the streets of Baltimore to take on two of the city's most talented chefs, Ann Marie Langton and Thomas Looney. They'll end up elbow deep in crabs and mussels, get down and dirty on the farm, have their palates stumped by a cool new take on a traditional food group, and attempt to master a centuries old pasta technique. Tune in to see if either team plays nice in this intense Charm City race.
Food Network chefs Chris Cosentino and Aaron Sanchez are touching down in Washington D.C., where Chris began his cooking career. Ready to ruin the homecoming are uber-tough local chefs Terrell Danely and Ryan Gordon. A fist full of food challenges will test their culinary skills as they race to replicate a $400 sugar sculpture, build a tantalizing tower of Mediterranean Shawarma, and get down to earth with cedar plank salmon. But before they cross the finish line, they'll need to literally choke down a Century Egg, a Chinese delicacy you've got to see (and smell) to believe.