Iron Chef America: Battle of the Masters (2004– )

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Mark Dacascos, acting as the nephew of Takeshi Kaga, the Chairman of the Gourmet Academy in the Japanese "Iron Chef", establishes a Gourmet Academy in America.

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Chairman Kaga has deemed America worthy of having its own Kitchen Stadium. He has sent his nephew to head the American stadium. In these four battles, three new American Iron Chefs take on two of the original Iron Chefs, including a tag-team battle with a special twist! Written by Greg Gilbert

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Besides chefs Morimoto and Sakai, Iron Chef Chinese Chen Kenichi was supposed to appear on the show, but couldn't make it because of a death in the family. See more »


Referenced in Dancing with the Stars: Round Four (2009) See more »

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Disgrace to the name "Iron Chef"
27 April 2007 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

I'm a fan of the original Japanese Iron Chef show, and all I can say is that this show makes professional chefs everywhere, especially the original Japanese Iron Chefs, look ridiculous. The show features incredibly low-skill-required "secret ingredients" like hamburger and cheddar cheese, which, being an amateur cook myself, is very easy to use. While the original Iron Chef show maintained a high standard of culinary arts skill, Iron Chef America puts this good reputation to shame with bad commentary, biased judging/judges, and lack of skill & finesse. I highly recommend not watching this show at all simply because the recipes are not practical for home use and displays little to no skill in its creation.

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