The editors of TV Guide magazine came up with a list of shows, which are used as inspiration for a TV Dinner quickfire challenge. The remaining chef''testants are then put to the test as ... See full summary »

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The editors of TV Guide magazine came up with a list of shows, which are used as inspiration for a TV Dinner quickfire challenge. The remaining chef''testants are then put to the test as they visit Tom Colicchio's restaurant, Craft Steak in Las Vegas to cook for Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner Natalie Portman and friends. Written by Bravo Publicity

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If don't eat Meat!
10 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't understand vegetarians or even vegans. But for this episode after a disastrous TV Guide dinner in the Quickfire which Jennifer and Robin do poorly, Tom Colicchio invites actress, Natalie Portman, for a dinner and to be one of the judges. The problem is that Natalie doesn't eat meat and they are working in a steakhouse restaurant owned by Colicchio. Funny how their original plans are screwed up by a vegetarian. They had better plans. Kevin who has a pig tattooed on him and loves to cook pork would have preferred to cook meat. But the chefs manage to create dishes. Fortunately, the right one goes home. The most annoying chef of the season who is arrogant enough to even make Portman notice.


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