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A seasoned chef is challenged to perform a seemingly impossible task without compromising the quality of the food. One week the chef must prepare dinner for 150 aboard a luxury locomotive, while the next could see him being asked to provide gourmet ballpark food at a party. Sometimes he must prepare the meal without proper kitchen equipment; other times he's got no food with which to work. There is always a time limit, and the chef's assistants usually are not cooking professionals.

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Chef Robert Irvine has a mission to make a gourmet meal that will sell at an auction for fifteen thousand to benefit "Friends of Great Smoky National Park".
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Robert has 9 hours to make a meal for 150 loyal customers using coffee and tea in every dish.
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Celebrating Divorce Court's 2000th episode, Robert must match up some newly divorced food combinations.
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Robert is challenged to a culinary version of speed dating.
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Chef Robert Irvine is lost in Hawaii on a mission to feed the cast and crew of the TV show, LOST.
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Robert heads to Gallop, N.M., for the annual Red Rock Balloon Rally.
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Robert heads to Key West, Fla., to cook for 150 pirates in celebration of the annual "Pirates in Paradise" festival.
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Robert gets orders to complete two missions in one day on the Navy's newest destroyer, the USS Wayne E. Meyer.
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Robert travels to the Ironman Arizona competition for a culinary version of the Ironman triathlon.
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Robert tries to transform dorm food into gourmet fare at the University of North Carolina.
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Robert Irvine has a shipping terminal full of food and an empty parking lot in which to cook it.
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Guy Fieri surprises Robert with an extreme holiday mission.
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Robert is given the mission to feed 300 WWE VIPs a meal with dishes based on some of the superstars' signature moves.
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Robert creates a meal for 250 twins in Twinsburg, Ohio.
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Robert cooks a meal for 250 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame VIPs based on six influential genres or events.
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Robert goes to Sesame Place in Langhorne, Pa., to help celebrate Sesame Street's 40th anniversary.
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Robert goes against his sous chef, David, in a block party battle.
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Robert has nine hours to cook for 400 Ben and Jerry's employees.
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The entire food court in the historic Bourse building in Philadelphia is taking the day off, and Robert is filling in.
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Robert is given nine hours to create a menu that takes standard amusement park classics and puts a twist on them.
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Robert visits Dylan's Candy Bar, the world's largest candy store, to prepare a party for 250 guests using candy in every dish.

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