Parents' Guide to

Iron Chef Mexico

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Lively Mexican culinary spinoff has cursing, innuendo.

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The fun and energetic series offers viewers the opportunity to see some of Mexico's best chefs cook up creative dishes using their culinary expertise. The local ingredients, which include things like nopal (cacti) and maguey worms, and the techniques used to prepare them reflect the diverse regional culinary traditions of the country. Meanwhile, the chaos in the kitchen also leads to entertaining moments. The scenes between the Chairman and his nephew, which serve as previews for the following episode, are silly. But some of this is in line with the comedic styles that are popular in the country. Overall, if you like cooking competitions, or are a fan of the franchise, Iron Chef Mexico is worth checking out.

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