The Chef Show: Season 1 (2019 - 2020)

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Air date: Jun 7, 2019

Roy and Jon cook a Goop-friendly pepper pot with Pepper Potts herself, Gwyneth Paltrow; comic Bill Burr swings by to make some sandwiches.

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Air date: Jun 7, 2019

Roy and Jon assemble some Avengers -- including Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Holland -- to help conquer an obscene amount of food in Atlanta.

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Air date: Jun 7, 2019

Roy and Jon revisit some of the best dishes from the film "Chef," including Scarlett Johansson's favorite pasta and the oft-misunderstood chocolate lava cake.

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Air date: Jun 7, 2019

Late food writer Jonathan Gold's reviews helped so many chefs; Jon and Roy honor his memory with KCRW radio persoanlity Evan Kleiman and Jitlada's Jazz Singsanong.

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Air date: Jun 7, 2019

Roy and Jon make pizza and chat creativity with Robert Rodriguez, then they embark on a food truck cooking -- and eating -- bonanza in Venica, Calif.

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Air date: Jun 7, 2019

Jon and Roy head into the kitchen to make dueling fried rice recipes before welcoming in David Chang to cook and discuss classic Korean dishes.

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Air date: Jun 7, 2019

Roy and Jon travel to Austin to grab tacos with Aaron Franklin, then learn the intricacies behind preparing his famous Franklin Barbecue brisket.

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Air date: Jun 7, 2019

Aaron Franklin brings Jon and Roy to Hot Luck, Austin's "anti-food-fest food festival," where they serve up Roy's iconic short ribs.

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Air date: Sep 13, 2019

Actor Seth Rogen knows how to break down chickens, so Jon and Roy put him to work as they prep two distinct chicken dishes.

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Air date: Sep 13, 2019

Jon and Roy visit chef Daniele Uditi at Los Angeles' Pizzana, where Jon tries his hand at making Neapolitan pizza and some meticulously measured meatballs.

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  • May 18, 2020
    Love the show, couldn't get enough. It's different... I like the chemistry on set. Also, Favreau's willingness to learn and take instructions is really great.
  • Feb 29, 2020
    I've watched all 3 seasons, (you can only rate the first one for some odd reason though) I really enjoy the foodie hosts and the visited restaurants/guests. This show has a "cooking with your family/friends" vibe (Jon Favreau and Chef Roy Choi).....they ask good questions too. The show is very casual, natural and relaxed. It is well filmed but its not super staged. Slight mishaps happen. Roy Choi spontaneously encourages to be experimental and creative. Most importantly: It encourages experimenting with food, (Ive tried a few things I have picked up from this show). Thats the goal of any good cooking show. I hope they do many more seasons!
  • Feb 24, 2020
    One of the best cooking show out there, must-see for any foodie out there.
  • Sep 24, 2019
    If you loved the post-credits scene in Chef with Jon Favreau and Chef Roy Choi making the most intense toasted cheese you've ever seen. You will absolutely love this series. It is that with various guests and travelling all over the place cooking with other chefs. This is filmed very simply and unpretentiously, they've left in mistakes and it feels raw and unpolished... which is exactly how you want it, it is great. Easily one of the best cooking series on Netflix.
  • Aug 18, 2019
    It's pretty boring, conversations are dry. its good to pass the time though.
  • Aug 14, 2019
    As a chef i can say the best show about our industry and food. pro tip: dont watch on empty stomach. Love it, waiting for Voulume 2
  • Jun 26, 2019
    A delish delight! I hope this gets renewed!

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