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Chef Race: U.K. vs. U.S.

Sixteen chefs, eight each from the U.S. and Britain, compete in this reality series. The chefs use their culinary skills to help make their way across the U.S. in a race from Los Angeles to New York.

Premiered: September 29, 2012

Rating: TV-PG

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If You Can Make It Hereā€¦ Season 1, Episode 10 Nov 27, 2012 Subscription

The final 3 chefs are in New York City and have to do something that is very NYC centric: sell their own dishes from street carts. Then it's onto the ultimate showdown for 2 chefs. The victor will take home $100,000 and be crowned the winner of Chef Race!

Trade up or Die Tryin' Season 1, Episode 9 Nov 20, 2012 Subscription

Only four chefs remain - two Brits and two Americans. Starting in Bedford, Pennsylvania, with nothing but a sack of potatoes, the teams are charged with "trading up" to acquire other ingredients for a cookoff at a trendy Baltimore, Maryland restaurant.

Hook, Line & Sinker Season 1, Episode 8 Nov 13, 2012 Subscription

The two teams go cruising on Lake Erie to catch enough fish to prepare a fancy dinner for locals at a yacht club. Later, at Detroit's historic Eastern Market, teams work furiously to sell their food against the ticking clock of the looming Finish Line.

Pizza to Go Season 1, Episode 7 Nov 6, 2012 Subscription

Teams meet up in Springfield, Illinois at the historic home of Abraham Lincoln, where they each get a wood burning, mobile pizza oven. In a thrilling race to the finish line in Chicago, one team is held up in traffic. Will they make it in time?

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  • Premiered: September 29, 2012
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • User Rating:5 out of 5 (1 rating)
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  • Premise: Sixteen chefs, eight each from the U.S. and Britain, compete in this reality series. The chefs use their culinary skills to help make their way across the U.S. in a race from Los Angeles to New York. (more)

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