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Project: Best Chef

Project TV chef
 
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A cooking show similar to project runway. 10 contestants get the same recipe and can make two changes to it Monday shop Manhattan for ingredients, Tuesday Thursday make it once for practice and once Friday formally. Worst chef leaves each week, The one left standing gets a dream job for 6 months longer if they are working out.
popbottle, Sep 24 2013

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       Cooking [+], another TV cooking show [/], more pointless drama and histrionics [-], vote neutral.
8th of 7, Sep 24 2013
  

       How about one of the chefs also gets cooked and eaten?
xenzag, Sep 24 2013
  

       Masterchef, Top Chef (probably closest to Project Runway in formula and direction), Masterchef UK, Food Network Star, Gordon Ramsey's Hell's Kitchen, Chopped, etc, etc...   

       My wife watched a lot of cooking shows in her third trimester. Believe me, this show is WKTE.
Alterother, Sep 24 2013
  

       // one of the chefs also gets cooked and eaten? //   

       Now THAT we like ..
8th of 7, Sep 24 2013
  

       I want to know where [popbottle] lives, so that I can emigrate to a place where TV is evidently not already cluttered with endless competitive cookery shows.   

       However, having the chefs work out adds a novel fitness element I guess.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 27 2013
  

       Bah! Winning a dream job isn't a prize, it's proof the show is designed to attract new applicants to the drudgery of kitchen work.
rcarty, Sep 27 2013
  
      
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