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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It’s a competition, but the overall show highlights how much fun dining around a table with good food and good experience can be.
Positive Role Models
Rocco's critiques are sometimes strong, but he is always respectful and supportive of the chefs.
Violence & Scariness
Competitors sometimes exchange mild barbs.
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Words like “ass” and terms like “breaking my balls” are audible; the word “s--t” is occasionally audible, but the word “f--k” is always bleeped.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol is used as an ingredient in some dishes. Wine is served over meals. Champagne toasts are made to the winner.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this mild competition series serves up lots of talented chefs, celebrity diners, and interesting meals. The language is sometimes a little salty ( the word "f--k" is bleeped, while the word "s--t" occasionally isn't). Alcohol (wine, champagne) consumption is common. Despite some critiquing of the chef's dishes, the overall series respects and celebrates the talents of the chefs competing on the show.
Is It Any Good?
The show's premise is based on the enjoyment that comes with sharing meals around the table with friends and loved ones. It also underscores how the atmosphere surrounding the meal will enhance or take away from a dining experience. As a result, less time is spent discussing the technical issues associated with choosing and preparing ingredients.
It is competitive, but lacks the edgy tension boasted by cooking shows like Top Chef. Meanwhile, much of the show is about honoring the guest chef's talents, rather than highlighting their failures in the kitchen. Foodies will definitely enjoy what's on the menu here.
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