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At just 30 years old Marcel Vigneron has already made a name for himself with his polarizing turn as the season two runner-up on Bravo's Emmy Award-winning Top Chef, as the Executive Sous Chef at Jose Andres’ Bazaar and as the head chef at Los Angeles' Bar 210. And now, he's back in a big way with the new Syfy reality series, Marcel's Quantum Kitchen. The exciting new series will follow Marcel as he begins to explore the next phase of his career. In each episode, Marcel will be hired by a demanding client to produce and pull off extraordinary events and celebrations. Based on the client's requests, Marcel will have to dream up a menu for the affair, from a futuristic four-course meal for Chrysler executives to a new twist on a luau for one of the nations most renowned surfers. He and his team of party planners and sous chefs will oversee the entire production, tapping the depths of their imagination, scientific experimentation, and culinary talent to dream up everything from the decor to a delicious menu that emphasizes Marcel's unparalleled brand of molecular gastronomy. Will Marcel continue to out-do himself?
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoWalk On the Wild Side||For his first event, an LA philanthropist hires Marcel to cater an elaborate event to increase||43:39||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoRules of Engagement||Molecular gastronomist Marcel Vigneron is hired to create an unforgettable engagement party for high school sweethearts, Gregg and Karen, who are reunited after 30 years. The clock is ticking and the pressure is on as Marcel and his team experiment in his test kitchen to make the menu come to life. Marcel tackles 'form mimicking' when he attempts to transform watermelon into ahi tuna for a truly distinctive hearts of palm salad. Other items on the menu include a surf and turf trio, noodles made solely from red wine and edible engagement rings. As the party approaches, Marcel engages in a power struggle with the demanding party planner, Summer, leaving everyone to wonder, who will come out on top?||43:38||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoAll Revved Up||In his most challenging event to date, Chef Marcel is hired by Yaniv Evan, owner of Powerplant Choppers, to cater the launch party for his vintage motorcycle clothing line. Marcel's team sets out to create an innovative menu based on American classics. The end result: a party unlike anything ever seen. Behind the scenes, however, frayed nerves begin to surface.||43:38||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoSink or Swim||Chef Marcel Vigneron and his team member Robyn Wilson head to Walden Surboards to discuss a party for Steve Walden, father of the modern longboard. Steve is celebrating his 50th year in the business and Marcel will create an inventive luau themed event.||43:38||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Heat Is On||Chef Marcel Vigneron and his company are hired by Dave Marino, President of the Los Angeles Country Firemen's Relief Association, in order to pay tribute to the organization's volunteers.||43:40||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoRace to the Finish||Chef Marcel Vigneron is thrilled when Chrysler asks him to cater a spectacular event to celebrate students in the Design Mentorship Program, a partnership between Chrysler and the local automotive design college, The Center for Creative Studies.||43:38||$1.99||View In iTunes|
first of all, i HATE cooking shows. i never watch them, and i think they are all stupid. i don't need a bunch of people telling em how to cook! i can do that myself. BUT this show is Amazing! it is NOT a normal cooking show. he does things that are completely unique, and i learned so much! i don't even really know how to describe it. you just have to watch it to see. if you love science and you like to cook, this is the perfect show. i'm looking forward to the rest of the season!
Enjoyable to watch
The show is pretty good, I think it will get better the further into the season it goes. It's interesting to finally see more molecular gastronomy, I wish they were a little more descriptive on how they did the techniques.
Great new show!
Loved him in Top Chef. This time around it´s both fun and educating. Looking forward to the next episodes!