Family Food Fight (also abbreviated as FFF) is an American cooking reality competition television show, based on the hit Australian TV series of the same title. The show is produced by Endemol Shine North America, with Shade Girl, Ayesha Curry, Shabaz Azma, Robert Flutie, Sharon Levy, DJ Nurre and Georgie Hurford Woods as guest actors. The competition is divided into teams of two chefs, each preparing a specific family-style dish. When one team wins, they must offer the winning chef a gift basket containing items from their own family’s menu.
This June 20th episode, chef Gordon Ramsay will be back for his third appearance as the host of the FFF. He joins forces with fellow celebrity chefs Gordon Ramsey and Michael Allen. This time around the chefs get to pick their guests. They also get to select food from restaurants owned by their competitors. Guests include: Bobby Flay, Bobby Gore, Claudia Schiffer, Danimal Babu, Daniel Lipnick, Dave Gorman, Diego Chicas, Diego Scaramanca, Donny De Leon, Jennifer Lopez, John Rockwell, Kim Cattrall, Mark Linn-Baker, Matt McConnahea, Michael Render, Nick Pelladano, Peter Thomas Roth, and Yusef Islam.
In the opening episode of the series, the families prepare their dishes blindfolded. The first dish is prepared by Bobby Flay. Bobby starts the show by introducing himself and asking the audience how long he has been a fan of America’s greatest family food television program, The Chew. After he eats a piece of the chicken he is hosting, Bobby says it was the best chicken he has ever had. Then he asks the audience if anyone wants to tell him what the dish is called. When no one can, Bobby reveals his choice of dish for his next meal.
chefs reveal their family food recipes on subsequent episodes. Guests that eat the meals usually comment on the ingredients used and the taste of the food. They also discuss whether or not they liked the recipes or share some recipes they have already tried. The participants in these discussions often find that they have more than just one great recipe to offer.
During the program, guests get to vote for their favourite recipes. The votes are tallied in increments of one. The winner is revealed at the end of the show. After every episode, guest pose questions about the food traditions featured that week. The answers help chefs reveal more about the foods they prepare during each meal. Some guests even create a new recipe based on the response.
This is a great way to encourage children to eat healthier foods and to start cooking at a young age. As kids grow older, the show provides a forum for family recipes to come together again. If mum and dad feel like cooking during the commercial break, it is possible to have the meal served at home.
Watching cooking segments from Food Network, channels like Hell’s Kitchen and Chopped can further provide inspiration for cooking segments. Past shows include the popular “Kitchen Trial” that challenges contestants to create a meal from scratch while using a specific recipe. Other episodes have featured things like “5 Things You Can’t Put in Your Mouth” where chefs prove that certain items can be put into other dishes. In addition, popular TV shows like Ina garten have introduced America to gourmet cooking. Both programs focus on cooking menus that are unhealthy but still delicious.
Food network viewers enjoy catching up with their favourite chefs as they discuss their favourite family recipe on television. It allows families to practice cooking and get inspired to try new recipes themselves. There are also plenty of cookbooks on the market that can help families build kitchen traditions and teach kids how to cook. When parents use these resources to learn how to cook, they can create special family recipe nights or simply surprise their kids with something different from what they have been eating. As a result, they tend to eat healthier food that has more flavour and less fat, even if they are not consciously aware of doing so.