Behind the Scenes of The Next Iron Chef Culinary Edition

by in Shows, December 12th, 2012

Wonder how the food for Episode 1 of The Next Iron Chef: Redemption got on the beach? What about the unforgettable auction episode with calf heads, a giant mortadella and paiche fish that sent Chef Falkner home? Or how about what happens to all the leftover food? The culinary team at Food Network gives fans a peek at what it’s like on set from a food perspective. Click the play button above to watch exclusive commentary from Alton, Simon and Geoffrey, too.

Fun facts The Next Iron Chef: Redemption Kitchen Set includes

  • 194 Pots and Pans
  • 754 Plates, Bowls, Glasses and Accessories of Various Shapes and Sizes
  • 14 Blenders Plus Extra Carafes
  • 18 Whisks
  • 30 Tongs of Varying Sizes
  • 4 Meat Grinders
  • 145 Spices, Chemicals, Dried Herbs, Chile peppers, etc.

The most used spices include

  • Chile Varieties
  • Fennel
  • Cumin

The most used supplies and products are

  • Paper Towels
  • Olive Oil
  • Bacon
  • Bread
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  2. Toto says:

    These are very touching words. The letetr is lovely except for the first paragraph which is scary. My mother worked overseas when I was young and she would send me a letetr with loving and words. I remember how it made me so happy.Maryb4s last [type] ..

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