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Chopped Canada

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Four chefs battle to survive the chopping block in a three-round culinary competition, during which they must transform mystery ingredients into appetizer, entrée and dessert dishes worthy of a $10,000 prize.

Premiered: January 2, 2014

Rating: TV-G

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A pork delicacy and a jarred delight show up in the appetizer round; the Australian favorites sweet pavlova and spring lamb are used to make entrées; and dessert ingredients include a standard roast beef accompaniment, pineapple and mint.

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A pork delicacy and a jarred delight show up in the appetizer round; the Australian favorites sweet pavlova and spring lamb are used to make entrées; and dessert ingredients include a standard roast beef accompaniment, pineapple and mint.

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Chicken livers and seaweed crack are among the mandatory ingredients in the appetizer round. Later, a clam causes complications when making entrées; and for dessert, a familiar comfort food proves challenging to repurpose.