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Chopped Junior

Chopped Junior

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  • Premiered: 
    October 27, 2015
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  • Network: Food Network
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Children/Teen Version of Chopped 
  • Subject Matter: Talent
  • Tags: food, cooking

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Plot Synopsis

Hosted by Ted Allen, CHOPPED JUNIOR showcases the talents of girls and boys between the ages of 9 and 15 years old, who make meals from the mystery ingredients under the infamous ticking clock of the CHOPPED kitchen. As in the original series, each one-hour episode features four cheftestants competing in three elimination rounds -- appetizer, entree and dessert -- with one chef winning the $10,000 prize. The young cooks are judged throughout the season by a rotating panel of recurring CHOPPED judges joined by special guest judges along the way including Laila Ali, Camila Alves, Valerie Bertinelli, Billy Gardell, Sam Kass, Mila Kunis, Tia Mowry, Hayden Panettiere, Martha Stewart and more. Season 2 of CHOPPED JUNIOR premiered on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at 8pm ET/PT on Food Network. In the season opener, "Dough Business," a weird hot dog and a cheese that doesn't want to melt are two of the tricky ingredients that the young competitors face in the appetizer round, then retro candies result in some surprising pops in the entree plates. And the cookie dough in the dessert round is perfectly safe to serve raw, but will the finalists opt to cook it before serving it to judges Monti Carlo, Scott Conant and actress Sarah Michelle Gellar? Other season 2 special guest judges include Jerome Bettis, Ayesha Curry, Haylie Duff, Jennie Garth, Carla Hall, Tony Hawk, Eddie Jackson, Ali Larter, Kelsey Nixon, Andrew Rannells, Rico Rodriguez, Debby Ryan, Alison Sweeney, Christine Taylor and more. Season 3 of CHOPPED JUNIOR premiered on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 8pm ET/PT on Food Network, immediately following a six-hour marathon (2-8pm) of encore episodes. In the season opener, "Sloppy Apps," neatness is always important in plating, but with sloppy joes as a mandatory ingredient in the first round, the judges -- food blogger Siri Daly, actress Cheryl Hines, and chef Geoffrey Zakarian -- must excuse some sloppiness! A red pesto and some white turnips keep things interesting in the entree round, then a yummy bacon apple pie is found in the dessert basket. Other Season 3 guest judges include David Arquette; Chris Colfer; Justine "iJustine" Ezarik; David Alan Grier; Katie Lee; Sandra Lee; Austin Mahone; Angie Martinez; Debbie Matenopoulos; Brandi Milloy; Bridget Moynahan; Chelsea Peretti; Jake Smollett; Alan Thicke; Daphne Oz; Danica Patrick; Michelle Trachtenberg, Laura Vitale; DeMarcus Ware and more.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Season 5 of CHOPPED JUNIOR premiered on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 from 8-10pm ET/PT, as Food Network debuted back-to-back new episodes. In the season opener (8pm), "Pizza Party," chef Amanda Freitag, YouTube star Harley Morenstein and actress Anika Noni Rose preside over an all-pizza competition! Three courses of pizza begin with appetizers comprised of exotic looking mushrooms and a creamy Italian sauce. The fun continues as the junior chefs battle against some challenging dough and more sauce in the entree round. Then, the finalists tackle pizza dessert using cheese with a funny name and a wild assortment of fruit! Then, in the night's second episode (9pm), "Chicken and Do-Nots," chefs Daniel Churchill and Marcus Samuelsson and actress Allison Williams serve as the judges for a new group of junior chefs, who are thrilled when the appetizer basket reveals an exciting twist on chicken and waffles. In the entree round, a sweet, tropical icing must be paired with pork, and in the dessert round, it's a race to the ice cream machine when both finalists are inspired by a coconut beverage.

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