Private Chefs of Beverly Hills

2010, TV Show

Private Chefs of Beverly Hills Season 1 episodes

Into the Fryer Season 1, Episode 7

The chefs cater a wild bachelorette party, and one of them is asked to be part of the menu. Also: A client asks the chefs to disappear so he can take credit for cooking a surprise meal for his wife. read more

Teenage Tasteland Season 1, Episode 6

The chefs cater to teen moguls and highbrow food snobs. Also: A woman hires a chef to help her prepare a meal for her husband and friends. read more

It Ain't Easy Being Green Season 1, Episode 5

The chefs prepare a meal that showcases their client's sustainable produce; a German financier wants a meal that will impress his Indian in-laws; a no-carb gourmet dinner is made for a repeat client. read more

Challah Back Season 1, Episode 4

A chef gets a crash course in Kosher cooking before preparing a meal for an Orthodox Jewish family. Also: a hip L.A. designer wants the chefs to cater her best friend's surprise party; a bossy New Yorker and his business partner, a French denim designer, are hard to please. read more

Rockin' Rolls Season 1, Episode 3

The chefs cater a CD release party for a heavy-metal band from the 1980s. They also create innovative dishes for the Beverly Hills Women's Club that will wow their socialite clientele. read more

Foodzilla Season 1, Episode 2

The chefs become unwitting participants in a medieval murder mystery party held at a Scottish-style castle in Los Angeles. read more

In the Doghouse Season 1, Episode 1

Chefs cater a camping trip for a group of young millionaires in Santa Barbara, Cal., in the premiere of this unscripted series about an L.A.-based private-chef placement agency that caters to the most discriminating---and over-the-top---clientèle. read more

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Premiered: April 09, 2010, on Food Network
Rating: TV-G
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Premise: An unscripted series about an L.A.-based private-chef placement agency that caters to the most discriminating---and over-the-top---clientèle.

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