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Chef Marcel Vigneron, who was a contestant on season two of "Top Chef," enters the next phase of his career, catering events for hard-to-please clients. A demanding client hires Marcel and his crew each episode, and they must cater the client's event according to the client's requirements. Marcel and his team use their imagination and culinary skill to come up with everything from the decor to the menu to make each client's event a memorable one.

Latest episodes

aired 1,212 days ago
Chrysler hires Marcel to cater an event celebrating the students in Design Mentorship Program.
aired 1,219 days ago
Marcel caters an event for the Firemen's Relief Association volunteers.
aired 1,226 days ago
Marcel is hired to cater a business celebration with a luau theme.
aired 1,233 days ago
Marcel is hired to cater an event that is launching motorcycle clothing.
aired 1,240 days ago
Marcel is hired to cater an engagement party for high school sweethearts reunited after 30 years.
aired 1,247 days ago
A philanthropist hires Marcel to cater an event to increase public awareness of the Wildlife Waystation.

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