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Parents' Guide to

Tiny Food Fight

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Go small or go home in kitschy mini-kitchen cooking show.

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A lot of cooking competition shows have some level of absurdity, enough so that chefs often look into the camera and wonder how they got there. Tiny Food Fight takes that absurdity and puts it on the front burner, as contestants may understand they're there to make tiny food but also don't realize they'll be working in tiny kitchens. Everyone involved treats the proceedings with the exact amount of humor they deserve. The one problem is that the show itself feels like it's meant to be consumed in small bites, and a full season of half-hour episodes lets the premise bake for too long. As the old saying goes, if you've seen one chef grilling a wagyu burger in a centimeter-long pan, you've seen them all.

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