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Bakers vs. Fakers

On Bakers vs. Fakers, contestants bake for a panel of judges, who determine which ones are the imposters.


Chopped Sweets
Food Network,

2019

| Cooking/Food, Reality
Rating: 1/5

In a sweet spinoff of the ultimate culinary competition, host Scott Conant challenges four bold pastry artists to take on one of the toughest tests of their lives. Faced with baffling basket ingredients and an unrelenting clock, the sensational, sugar-savvy chefs must demonstrate their skill, concentration and imagination as they race to see who will claim the $10,000 prize.


Winner Cake All

Culinary icon Giada De Laurentiis kicks off the New Year with the competition series Winner Cake All. Each episode features four of the best cake-baking tandems from around the country, as Giada challenges them to create epic cakes for their clientele's unforgettable celebrations, ranging from a cake honoring a member of the armed services coming home to a cake for the ultimate family party featuring America's favorite quintuplets, the Busbys, from TLC's OutDaughtered. Through 13 episodes the teams are put to the test over two rounds of baking, with a rotating panel of guest judges helping the clients determine which team captures their dream look and taste to prevail with the $10,000 grand prize!


Cupcake Championship

The obsession with cupcake artistry reaches new heights as four talented cupcake designers battle it out. The winner will claim cupcake supremacy and a sweet $10,000 prize.


Food Court Wars

Two teams will battle head to head to win a restaurant space RENT FREE for an entire year within one of Alabama's biggest malls; a prize worth 100K!


Chopped: Impossible
Food Network,

2015

| Reality
Rating: 1/5

Returning champions are pushed to the limits with mind-blowingly impossible baskets in a four-part tournament. Restaurant: Impossible's Robert Irvine will serve as judge in the first three preliminary rounds, but he'll get the chance to face off against the final competitor in a wild-card round. The winner will earn $15,000 just for getting to the final round, but if the final competitor wins against Robert, he or she will pocket an additional $25,000 for a total of $40,000.


Vegas Cakes
Food Network,

2017

| Cooking/Food, Reality
Rating: 5/5

Vegas is all about celebrating, and Freed's Bakery makes it happen! In the front, it might look like a neighborhood bakery, but in their secret back room their artists make the most fun, outrageous and elaborate cakes in town - including a giant Cadillac cake for the Viva Las Vegas rockabilly weekend, a stunt man's birthday cake illustrating a legendary record jump, and a cake celebrating a new school made out of books, chalkboards and lockers. With 58 years in the business, Freed's is known for their great flavors and amazing creativity, always sure to wow their guests and bring a sugary good side to Sin City that's never been seen before.


Guy's Ranch Kitchen

Guy Fieri invites some of his heavy hitter chef friends over for a spontaneous Sunday cookoff where they each try to come up with the tastiest dishes with the biggest flavors that anyone can make in their own kitchen.


Return of the Eats

A revamp of the show 'Good Eats' which first aired on Food Network. After the show's dormancy began, the show permanently moved to the Cooking Channel, the sister of Food Network. Alton Brown takes a scientific approach to food and educates America about the basic or complex food preparation and popular dishes and styles of cooking.


Big Time Bake

Big Time Bake will give competitors six hours to bake creative cookies, decadent cupcakes and a showpiece cake all inspired by a surprise theme. The clock never stops, even during the judging, as Buddy Valastro and guest judges visit each baker's station every two hours to taste and critique their sweets.


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