Directed by Michael Pearlman. With Ted Allen. Two set of siblings compete and must pair pancetta and pasta in the first round; some adorable food animals must make their way into entrees; a dessert tower excites the finalists in the last round.
It’s best to watch these cooking shows as you’re eating yourself.
The structure of two sets of siblings competing against each other is interesting, but I don’t think would work well in the long-term for the show structured the way it is. Perhaps four sets of siblings cooking together? But that would be a lot of people in that kitchen.