Cooking competitions are getting increasingly explosive.
“Dishmantled,” a new streaming cooking collection coming in 2020, is reportedly going to begin every episode by capturing meals out of a “cannon” into the faces of blind-folded cooks, who will then be tasked with making an attempt to recreate the pre-blasted model of the dish.
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“Dishmantled” was greenlit for Quibi, a short-form streaming service coming in April, Deadline experiences. The present, hosted by Titus Burgess, will reportedly see cooks competing in opposition to one another for a money prize.
Right here, nevertheless, “competing in opposition to one another” means standing subsequent to one another blindfolded, and having a “thriller” meals dish “cannon-blasted” into their faces. Audiences will then watch as each cooks try and determine the assorted parts of the dish and recreate it.
Whoever comes closest will apparently be named the winner.
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In response to Deadline, “Dishmantled” is described as “a high-octane cooking competitors that may actually blow your socks off.” Will probably be produced by Linda Lea, the creator/govt producer for “Chopped,” together with Good Egg Leisure and Electus.
Quibi gained’t be the one streaming service with a cooking present. It was introduced in July that Padma Lakshmi, from “Prime Chef,” will likely be internet hosting a brand new collection of her personal with the streaming big Hulu. The untitled mission will reportedly observe the 48-year-old celeb chef by 10 half-hour episodes as she travels by America exploring a various number of culinary traditions, Leisure Tonight experiences.
It is extremely unlikely that her travels will ever carry her face-to-face with meals being shot at her by a cannon, nevertheless.
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Janine Puhak contributed to this report.