Top Chef Family Style

TV review by Martin Brown, Common Sense Media
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age 8+

Family Top Chef spin-off highlights teamwork, skills.

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age 5+

Team challenge

Best slap down ever from a shy girl of 13 to 2 bullies... Bullies"this is a team challenge" (hoping to bully her into a dish shy girl didn't want to do...shy girl " can you do that?" (Referring to being a team".... quiet but strong girl against 2 loudmouth bullies..the bullies do cook very well but have bad attitude s

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age 10+

Top chef does it again

I’m a Top Chef super fan and if you love that series you’ll love this. The formula works, and the family stories and dynamic is quite interesting and heat warming. One thing I love as a Top Chef super fan is that on Top Chef you often see the chefs trying to recreate some kind of treasured family food memory and here you actually see the kids living in those moments now, and cooking these amazing dishes which will become treasured family food memories with their family members on the show.

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