Around the World in 80 Plates, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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Around the World in 80 Plates takes culinary competition to the next level as 12 chefs travel across the globe testing their skills and determination. In each episode, the contestants will travel to a different international city where they will learn the local customs, cultures, and cuisines as they participate in a gauntlet of culinary challenges. Ultimately, they will face-off in a kitchen takeover where they will not only recreate, but reinvent the menus for world-renowned restaurants and their demanding owners.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLondon Calling||Twelve Chefs begin the journey of a lifetime in London, England. On The Course, the chefs are immersed in the local food culture as they race in a pub crawl to win the Exceptional Ingredient. The tension rises quickly for one team as they unsuccessfully try and navigate the confusing streets of London. For The Takeover, the teams are sent to Gastropubs where they serve up authentic dishes to the British diners. Celebrity Chef, Nigella Lawson, joins the locals in choosing a favorite restaurant. Nigella Lawson serves as local food expert.||44:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoForget Paris||The eleven remaining chefs are off to Lyon where The Course will take them through the Beaujolais countryside. For The Takeover, the teams run bistros and serve traditional Lyonnais dishes, but one chef out smarts their fellow competitors by getting a traditional recipe from a local. Will the clever move pay off or will the chef go down in flames? Gregory Cuilleron serves as local food expert.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSomething Smells Fishy||On The Course in Spain, the chefs' knife skills are tested when they work alongside local fishermen on the docks of Barcelona. As they settle into their journey, the competition starts to get fierce and the banter is not so friendly. Acclaimed chef José Andrés joins the local diners in one of the world’s best restaurants as the teams serve up Mediterranean cuisine. José Andrés serves as local food expert.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIn and Out of Africa||The chefs are off to Marrakech where The Course takes them on a perilous trip through the Medina. For The Takeover, the teams prepare a local favorite, tagine. The heat rises in the kitchen as one team claims they were sabotaged when ingredients go missing in the kitchen. Chef Moha Fedal serves as local food expert.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTale of Two Villas||In Florence, the Course starts with a scavenger hunt where the chefs get firsthand experience on the traditions of the local cuisine. With their new knowledge, they head to beautiful villas in the rolling hills of Tuscany to create Tuscan cuisine for the Takeover. One chef causes a disaster in the middle of the night and must confess to his fellow chefs.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCiao Down||The chefs shift gears and head north to Bologna where they tackle the local favorite, tortellini. Tempers flare between two chefs over past grievances and one of contestants is intent on taking a teammate down. Paul Bartolotta serves as local food expert.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThai Breaker||Exotic Thai markets and muddy rice paddies overwhelm one contestant, throwing her off course. The chefs hit the Thai streets to convince skeptical locals that their food is authentic.||44:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFeeding the Demon||The adventure continues as the contestants are forced to face "The Demon chef" and his gastronomically innovative cuisine. A teammate’s lack of passion brings one contestant to a breaking point.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCry for Me Argentina||The chefs head south to take on the holy grail of South American cuisine: the Empanada. One chef nearly goes down in flames in the knockout battle to see who makes it to the final round while another’s plan to send a competitor packing backfires.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Winner Comes Home||The final 3 chefs embark on the most important journey yet, the quest for ultimate victory. The contestants face their toughest critics yet, as the judges are a veritable who’s who of Los Angeles’ culinary community. It takes a trek from Southern to Northern hemispheres to determine who will win the final challenge.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Unfortunately I bought the season pass and after the first episode I don't think I'll be able to make it through the season. First of all, who are these people? None of them seem likable, talented, or interesting. Secondly, the thought of watching these aspiring reality show contestants trampling their way around the world makes me cringe. Being an ugly American in London is one thing, but I'll have a hard time watching it happen everywhere else. This show is not about cooking, food, or even local culture. It's about the annoying machinations of a group of second-rate snack vendors who've seen too much reality television.
Not so Great......
It was just ok. It is not really about cooking as much as Survivor and The Amazing Race. I was disappointed. I think they need to think about the chefs being chefs and NOT replicators. As a person who travels overseas....they really need to talk to the chefs about not behaving like ugly americans. A couple of moments made me cringe. I may give it another shot because I like to see the locations.
It is not about their real culinary talent
It is missing something...
Talent and know how is the common point on top chef or top desserts or many Bravo shows; that specific part is what I love about those shows...
This one is not about real talent but more about walking on other people's hands to go where you want, and this doesn't deserve my respect or time...